Guide to Reference Main Z 1035 .G8
Published 1996. The last paper edition of the "mother of all reference works." Now useful historically, if you want to find out what the significant reference works (dictionaries, encyclopedias, periodical indexes, bibliographies) were in the 1990s.
D 16.3 .B4 2001 Main
A handy little book covering reference sources for history and research and writing tips.
D 20 .A55 1995 v. 1-2 Reference and Main
Authoritative guide to the best monographs on history topics, periods, and places, the world over, as of the mid 1990s. American Historical Association's Guide to Historical Literature is online!
DA 34 .R43 2003 v. 1-3 Reference
Organized alphabetically by topic. Provides bibliographic essays recommending particularly good books on British history topics of all periods.
Women's Lives, Researching Women's Social History 1800-1939. Main HQ 1122 .N49 2011
Chapters on general sources, on researching women in domestic service, women working on the land, in factories, the middle class, aristocratic women, and women in crime. Overall bibliography. Short timeline. Bibliographic essay format. B/W illustrations.
History Highway: a 21st Century Guide to Internet Resources Reference and DMC 4 West (CD) D 16.117 .H55 2006
An annotated bibliography of web sites.
DA 123 .B53 2002 Main
Literary Research and the Victorian and Edwardian Ages 1830-1910: Strategies and Sources Main PR 461 .V36 2011
"...a selective, annotated guide to reference sources essential to the study of British literature, literatures of the U.S., other literatures in English, and related topics. ... describes... evaluates important bibliographies, abstracts, surveys of research, indexes, databases, catalogs, general histories and surveys, annals, chronologies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and handbooks."
Resources for the study of English and American literature from the nineteenth century. Authored by M.S.U. librarian Michael Rodriguez, our U.S. and U.K. literature subject librarian.
Historical Research Using British Newspapers Main D 16 .B25 2016
Parliament, Inventions and Patents, a Research Guide and Bibliography Business Library oversize KD 1361 .J64 2018
Author is Phillip Johnson, prof. of commercial law at Cardiff University, Wales. Goal is to identify all the Parliamentary material relating to patents and supporting inventions up to the beginning of the 1976-77 Session, when the European patent system began. Deals with the development of patent law, oversight of the work of the Patent Office, and [patent] awards given to individuals, in order for scholars to be able to study more completely the history of technology, invention, and patent law. 8 parts: public legislation (acts and bills), private acts and bills, Old Scottish and Irish Parliaments' Acts relating to inventions, list of statutes and rules passed about parliamentary material, rewards granted by Parliament, the various Parliamentary papers and reports into the patent system, the petitions lodged with Parliament relating to patent law and inventions, questions asked of ministers and mentions of patents and significant mentions of inventions. Indexed by inventor, company, invention/product, parliamentarian (MP), legislation (by year), cases, and general index.
DA 550 .P76 1992 Main
G 5741 .S1 H57 1994 Map Library Quick Reference Third floor, West Wing