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Request items not owned by Helmke Library. This free service is an easy way to access almost any published book or article of interest. This will take approximately 1-2 days for digital items and 1-2 weeks for physical media.
Search the full text of journals in many disciplines, including over 450 journals in history. You can narrow by date and also scroll down to narrow by discipline, including Latin American Studies. Also includes book reviews.
You can search by title, author and/or keyword, etc. Primary sources as well as secondary sources can be found in Helmke Library Catalog. Examples include but are not limited to published collections of primary sources, memoirs, and books published during the historical period of interest.
This is a good place to look for items found in footnotes or a bibliography. After searching, you can also try the "Expand My Results" option. If you don't find the full text of the item you're looking for, make a Document Delivery request.
If you can't find the item you're looking for at Helmke Library, you can search for it here and then make a Document Delivery Request. FirstSearch is a second interface for WorldCat. There are additional advanced searching options and the default search will sort by the number of libraries that own an item.
Full text searching and PDFs of U.S. official documents, including the Foreign Relations of the United States (FRUS), U.S. Congressional Documents, U.S. Presidential Library, Treaties and Agreements Library and more.
You can search across three mostly U.S. ProQuest periodical collections: American Periodicals, Periodicals Archive Online and Periodicals Index Online. Date coverage varies and includes the 1800s to 1990.