Consider these kinds of resources as you search for sources for the Spring History/English research project:
General and Print Sources
Begin with a general or specific encyclopedia to get an overview of your person and the time period.
Look in the TCA Library Reference Section.
Use an online general reference source, such as Answers.
Remember that you will not use these sources specifically in your paper, but they are a good starting point.
Use the TCA Library catalog to look for books.
Search your public library for more options. You can find public library links on the sidebar. Search the catalog for books about your topic. Be sure to use Advance Search to narrow the criteria.
After you have found books, click on the One Search tab next to the titles tab on your search results page. This tab takes you to the databases that we can search through TCA's Library catalog. Click on Get Results at the bottom of the page. Scroll down through the databases to find ones that look appropriate for your topic. Click on the Show button by the green check. Consider these databases:
Check out the history databases available with your library card. Consider these databases at Delaware County Library System (similar databases at other public libraries):
Check out periodical databases (journals and magazines). Choose EBSCOhosts databases and select from among these:
Primary Sources Online
Christian History and Biography Links
Primary Sources Resources