History Subject Guide

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Academic Search Premier - Find articles on a variety of subjects, including history.
History Reference Center - Encyclopedias, articles, videos and other resources on history.
JSTOR - Includes history journals. Watch Demo
Newspaper Source - Full text newspaper articles from more than 40 US and international newspapers.
Oxford African American Studies - Includes biographies and primary source documents on the African-American experience.
ProQuest Newsstand - Newspaper articles from the US and around the world.  Watch Demo
Student Research Center - Includes historical video and images.
History - EBSCO eBooks  Watch Demo
NWCC Library Books - Search the library catalog for books at any Learning Resource Center.  Watch Demo
History Video Collection - Streaming videos from Films on Demand. Watch Demo
NBC Learn Higher Ed - Video clips of news stories, including historic footage.  Watch Demo
Best of History Websites - Contains links to over 1200 history websites.
Census Quick Facts -  Easy  access to facts about the  people, business, and geography of the U.S.
Chicago-Style Citation Quick Guide - Learn how to use Chicago-Style easily by following these examples for common sources.
Chronicling America - Digitized American newspapers from 1836-1922.
DocsTeach - U. S. primary source documents from the National Archives.
Digital History - Primarily focuses on U. S. history, this includes information on a variety of topics and time periods.
Historic Moments - A collection of photos, videos, and documents of history as it happened from Google's Cultural Institute.
Historical Census Browser - Discover historical census data by state and county topics.
American History Topics - Need help selecting an American History topic? Look at this list for some ideas.
Western Civilization History Topics - Need help selecting a Western Civilization History topic? Look at this list for some suggestions.
History Orientation Evaluation - Rate the library instruction you received from Oxford LRC staff.