Daytona State College Library
Research Guide History
This handout is designed to give you assistance when using the library to look for information about topics related to History. The books listed are a sampling of what is available in the library, Bldg. 210. The books are filed on the shelves alphabetically by the first two number of the call number. The call number can be found on the white sticker on the spine of the book. History REFERENCE BOOKS - these can be used in the library; found on the second floor of the library The Ancient World REF CB 311 .A535 2007 Atlas of American History REF E 179.5 .N37 2007 Encyclopedia of American Urban History REF HT 123 .E49 2007 Historic Photos of Daytona Beach REF F 319 .D33 H5 2007 The Oxford Encyclopedia of Maritime History REF VK 15 .O84 2007 Political History of America‟s Wars REF E 181 .A945 2007 Slavery in America REF E 441 .S36 2007 Encyclopedia of African American History, 1619-1895 REF E 185 .E545 2006 Dictionary of Asian American History REF E 184 .O6 D53 1986 Encyclopedia of the Vietnam War REF DS 557.7 .E53 1996 The History of the Ancient and Medieval World REF D 117 .H57 1996 Encyclopedia of the Renaissance REF CB 361 .E52 1999 History CIRCULATING BOOKS - these can be checked out; found on the first floor of the library Boom! Voices of the Sixties: Personal Reflections on the „60s… E 841 .B738 2007 Comrades! A History of World Communism HX 39 .S414 2007 Driven Out: The Forgotten War Against Chinese-Americans F 870 .C5 P48 2007 Five Days in August: How World War II Became a Nuclear War D 767.25 .H6 G67 2007 Harriet Tubman: Imagining a Life E 444 .T82 L68 2007 Legacy of Ashes: The History of the CIA JK 468 .I6 W44 2007 Leviathan: The History of Whaling in America SH 383.2 .D65 2007 Portrait of a Priestess: Women and Ritual in Ancient Greece BL 795 .W65 C66 2007 The United States: An Illustrated History E 178.5 .F57 2007 History E-BOOKS – these are books that can be accessed online from any computer. You must log in to use the ebooks; your borrower ID is your Social Security number and the PIN is the last four digits of your SSN. E-books are identified by the blue “e” when you do a search for books. This is a small sample of the e-books that are available on the subject of music.

The 1970s The Ancient World Antislavery Politics in Antebellum and Civil War America The Balkans: A Post-Communist History Beijing: A Concise History Daily Life During the French Revolution Daily Life of Christians in Ancient Rome The Early Modern World Encyclopedia of Slave Resistance and Rebellion Events that Changed Russia Since 1855 Family Life in the Middle Ages Flying the Black Flag: A Brief History of Piracy

DATABASES are collections of magazine, newspaper, and scholarly journal articles that can be accessed online from your computer. To use a database, go to and click on Find an Article or EReference at the top of the page. You must log in to use the databases; your borrower ID is your Social Security number and the PIN is the last four digits of your SSN. The databases listed here are those that will have articles related to history. Academic Search Complete History Reference Center Military and Government Collection JSTOR SELECTED INTERNET SITES CQ Researcher Issues and Controversies Opposing Viewpoints The New York Times Historical (1851-2004)

These sites are valid, reliable, authoritative sites that you can use to find information about history and topics related to history. General Topics This Day In History Mysteries of History History Detectives PBS History Migrations in History American History African American Women‟s History American Military History Women in American History Classics of American Colonial History Medical History of American Presidents African American History Timeline Primary Documents in American History World History
Women in World History Rutgers Oral History Archives: WW II, Korea, Vietnam, Cold War WebChron: Historical and Cross-Cultural Chronologies Life in Ancient Egypt

HistoryWorld The Story of Africa HyperHistory Online

NEED HELP? Come to the Reference Desk on the second floor of the Daytona Campus library (Bldg. 210), or to the DeLand Campus library (Bldg. 1), or call:

Daytona Beach Campus (386)506-3518

DeLand Campus (386)785-2017

Or, email the librarians through Ask-A-Librarian, at the “Contact Information” link on the library home page.

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