HISTORICAL ABSTRACTS (Abstracts of Articles and lists of Books)
INTERNET SOURCEBOOKS (Primary Sources)
JSTOR (Full Text of Journal Articles)
History Department Writing Checklist ( 12 KB)
Additional Online Resources
The items listed above are merely a fraction of the historical resources available on-line. Students doing historical research should familiarize themselves with the scholarly riches available through the Auraria Library, the Denver Public Library, the Colorado Historical Society, and the Library of Congress. For example, the Denver Public Library Western History Collection includes thousands of photographs on-line. The Colorado Digitization Project allows scholars to search tens of thousands of pages of Colorado newspapers. The Auraria Library subscribes to many databases such as JSTOR.
Do not assume that because you do not find a resource using Google that it does not exist. Proprietary databases available to MSCD students on-line through the Auraria Library may not show up on Google, or, if they do, may involve fees that may not be applied if accessed through the Auraria Library.