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ENG 491/502 Research Methods and Theory

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Introduction to research

Local History Materials

Local History

These resources provide narrative and visual coverage of Pueblo from its founding through the past century.  You can use their bibliographies to track down their references. Some of them may be primary sources. Some may be available at one of the local libraries or archives- here, Rawlings Library, or the Steelworks Center, and some may be available using Worldcat or Prospector.  

Catalogs

Super Search is our and Ft. Collins' library catalog and single search system.  You'll find many databases' articles and other resources through it, as well as our book collections.  You can request books from Ft. Collins and graduate students have a 6 month check out period.  Materials are sent here to and returned at the circulation desk.

Worldcat is an international shared catalog of tens of thousands of libraries.  The "original" interface lets you create your own account and offers sophisticated search indexes.  Same as above: materials are sent to and returned at the circulation desk.

Government Sources

Print Sources

  • US Laws and Statutes: Indian Affairs Laws and Treaties     Reference:  R KF 8203 1902-38
  • Most other Government Documents are shelved on the 4th floor, using the elegant and mysterious SUDOC classification system, based on publishing agency- e.g. ED 1.302:C 37/3   (Deparment of Education)                          

Historic Newspapers

Digital Archives

 

 

Letters, Diaries and More