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HIST 3190: The American Indian in History: Journals and Magazines

Guide to library resources--books, journals, newspapers, websites, government information--for the History 3190 class.

Databases For Finding Primary Sources

Finding Full Text Articles

 

To find full text journals, see the E-Journals, Journals, Magazines, and Newspapers page.

Peer Reviewed or Scholarly FAQ

 

What are scholarly or peer reviewed articles?

Professors often require students to find scholarly and peer reviewed articles. These items:

  • generally focus on scholarly research
  • are written by experts in the field or discipline
  • are critically reviewed  by other experts before publication
  • contain cited references to the information sources used

How do I find scholarly or peer reviewed articles?

Many of the library's databases contain scholarly or peer reviewed material and allow you to limit your search to include only these articles in the results. Use the advanced search feature in a database to find the option to limit to this type of search.

Click here for more information on scholarly, popular and trade publications.

Useful Print Indexes

Poole's Index to International Literature, 1802 - 1906
MAIN REF INDEX AI 3 .P7

Social Sciences & Humanities Index, 1965 - 1974
MAIN REF INDEX AI 3 .R49

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Databases for Finding Secondary Sources