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History: Home

Subject Guide for History

Welcome to the world of History & Archival Studies! The tabs above are a great place to start your research and will give you more specific information.

Quick Links

1.) Use our collection of Reference Materials to quickly learn about a person, movement, or time period.

2.) Looking for paper ideas? EBSCOhost Historical Abstracts, ProQuest Periodicals Archive and JSTOR are great databases to get you started.

Getting started

Library Search 

Use this search to access books, articles, and electronic resources for your assignments.

Document Delivery Service

The Document Delivery service provides access to research material not held in the University of Manitoba Libraries. Patrons may request materials from local suppliers outside the University of Manitoba Libraries system, or from other suppliers around the world.

Primary Sources

A primary source is an artifact, document, diary, manuscript, autobiography, recording, or any other source of information created during a particular time period. Explore our collection of digital and physical materials here.

Reference Help

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Caroline Chatman
Librarian for History & Indigenous Studies
Elizabeth Dafoe Library