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Browsing the stacks is a great way to find book resources!
Find books on British History in the Bortz Library at these call number locations (among others):
|C||Auxiliary Sciences of History|
|PN||History of Drama (literature)|
Search the Databases
The library's databases are your source for scholarly and academic articles!
Bortz Library subscribes to dozens of academic research databases, covering a wide array of subject matter. These databases provide access to articles from academic journals, magazines, newspapers, and more.
Please see a Reference Librarian at the desk on the second floor of the library if you have any questions. We'll be happy to provide more individualized research assistance with your chosen topics.
Search the Library Catalog
Searching through the Bortz Library Catalog will help you find print books, electronic books, movies, and other library resources. Try clicking on the subject terms below to be taken directly to the catalog results, or go straight to our Online Catalog to try searching on your own.
Try looking for books and other items in the catalog using the terms below (clicking on the links will take you to the library catalog results pages):
|Great Britain - History - Lancaster and York, 1399-1485|
|Great Britain - History - Tudors, 1485-1603|
|Great Britain - Politics and Government, 1485-1603|
|Great Britain - Politics and Government, 1509-1547|
|Great Britain - Politics and Government, 1558-1603|
|Great Britain - History - Stuarts, 1603-1714|
|Great Britain - Politics and Government, 1603-1649|
|Great Britain - History - Charles I, 1625-1649|
|Great Britain - Politics and Government, 1625-1649|
|Great Britain - History - Puritan Revolution, 1642-1660|
Catalog Search Tips
Reference works are a source of factual information on a particular topic. They are typically referred to for consultation on specific topics rather than read through continuously. Examples of reference books include dictionaries, encyclopedias, almanacs, etc. They can be excellent sources of introductory information.
For introductory information on British history, see the following titles in the Reference Collection (located on the main floor):