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The Civil Rights Movement in South Carolina: Books/Dissertations

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Discovering Books beyond the CU Libraries

The bibliographies of books & articles, as well as online booksellers' websites (Amazon.com, Barnes & Noble, etc.), are all good sources of book information. Other places to look:

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  • A keyword search finds records with all the words you entered
      • civil rights movement
    • Use an asterisk * to find varied world endings:
      • speech* finds speech or speeches
    • Use "quotation marks" to search for exact phrases
      • "civil rights" "south carolina"
    • Look for subject headings in a book record to find effective keywords
      • "Orangeburg (S.C.)" history
  • To find eBooks, add "electronic books" to your search
    • school integration "electronic books"
 
  • To eliminate federal documents from results, choose Cooper (not fed docs) instead of View Entire Collection

Books from Catalog Searches

These are secondary sources. Look for evidence of scholarship:

  • Academic author
  • Published by a university or specialized press
  • Lengthy bibliographies
  • In-depth coverage