Content Warning: Digitized primary sources often contain harmful language when referencing minoritized groups of people, and the search tools almost always require that researchers use the terminology of the original authors in order to bring back relevant search results. This can make the research process quite painful. Please feel free to reach out to me or your professor for assistance navigating this research process.
For resources from Carleton and St. Olaf
Books and more from other libraries.
Request books you find on WorldCat using the "Request Via Illiad" links
Some search terms are more likely to help you discover primary sources within Catalyst (or WorldCat). For example, here are some SUBJECT terms that work well in these searches: correspondence, diaries, interviews, pamphlets, periodicals, personal narratives, and sources.
Digital Collections on the Web
Often, searching for the type of source may be more fruitful than searching for your topic. Remember that you're searching for an entire collection rather than for individual primary sources.
postcards ("digital library" OR "digital collection") site:.edu
Questions? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org
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