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Primary Sources for Student Research

Collections of Materials at CSULB and Local Universities

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Other CSULB Materials

American culture series, 1493-1875 : a cumulative guide to the microfilm collection : American culture series I & II, years 1-20, with author, title, subject, and reel number indexes* / edited by Ophelia Y. Lo.  Imprint Ann Arbor, Mich. : University Microfilms International, 1979.
LOCATION  CALL #  STATUS  1st Floor Reference   E156 .A583  More detailed listings in Bibliotheca Americana: A Dictionary of Books Relating to America From Its Discovery to the Present Time.* Printed guide (4th floor, Z1201 S2). See also, *The New Sabin *(4th floor Z1201 T45) a newer, 10-volume, cleaned-up edition of Bibliotheca American

History of women, guide to the microfilm collection.  Extensive on US, France, Britain, Germany, etc. Woodbridge, CT: Research Publications, 1983. 3rd Floor–HQ1121 .H5 1983

English Books, 1475-1640: see English books, 1475-1900, a signpost for collectors, by Charles J. Sawyer and F. J. Harvey Darton, with one hundred illustrations… Imprint Westminster, C. J. Sawyer ltd., 1927.

The Times (London): Palmer Index AI 21 T5 printed and limited; 19th Century Masterfile more complete, 1890-1914

The University Library holdings include the Congressional Record, FRUS, and Public Papers of the Presidents of the United States (public statements, speeches, etc.).  FRUS, in particular, is easy to use.  The declassified documents extend into the 1970s.  While the materials are only a fraction of what a researcher will find in the National Archives in College Park, Maryland, they are sufficient for an M. A. student to understand the internal debates within the U. S. government over the making of foreign policy.  Each volume is devoted to a particular geographic region.