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HISTORY GSF SXL 160S - The Global Sixties - Prof. Gray Kidd: Getting Started

Databases for finding journal articles

National Welfare Rights Demonstration 1960's

Catalogs for finding books, films, music, primary sources

A library catalog is an enumeration of all the resources of a library.

Local Catalogs

  • Duke Catalog - Use the "facets" on the left to limit your search by language, date, etc. Click on the link titled  "Duke, NCCU, NCSU and UN" If you want to search the combined catalog of the Triangle Research Libraries Network,

Catalogs Beyond Duke and the Triangle

  • WorldCat - Contains resources from thousands of research libraries in the U.S. and other world regions.
  • Center for Research Libraries - Duke is a member of this consortium that is especially useful for finding international newspapers. Extended loans are available to the Duke Community.

Plaza de las Tres Culturas in the Tlatelolco section of Mexico City

Databases for finding Primary Sources