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ANTHROPOLOGY 2O03 - Themes in the Archaeological History of North America

Why Use Books?

Books are a great resource to use when searching for general information on a topic. They are useful for understanding a topic in its context and provide summaries of existing research as well as offer a historical perspective.

Books are best found using the Search feature in our Library Catalogue. 

Library Catalogue

Scholarly books are a great resource - watch this video to learn how to recognize one. (2:29)

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This video explains how to enter keywords into the catalogue to find books on a particular topic. (1:13)

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This video shows you how to search by book title using the library catalogue. (0:47)

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Relevant Call Numbers

Our books are arranged according to the Library of Congress Classification system. When looking for books in North American Archaeology it is a good idea to start with Class E- America.

Subclasses that may be of interest to you include:

E 75-99 Indians of North America

E 151-169.2 General

Our books are arranged according to the Library of Congress Classification system. When looking for books in North American Archaeology it is a good idea to start with Subclass CC- Archaeology.

Subclasses that may be of interest to you include:

CC 1-960 Archaeology

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