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History: Find Articles

Find Journals by Title

You can see if Tutt Library subscribes to a journal by searching Find Journals. If the title you're looking for is available online in one of our databases, you'll be able to search within it to find articles. 


... where professional historians talk

They nearly always have historiographical review essays.

General Databases

U.S. History Databases (Secondary Sources)

Find Historical Dates, People, and Places


World History: Hyperhistory is another good resource with over 3000 files covering 3000 years. Search by people, events, map, culture, politics and more!

History Databases by Geographic Region

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Find the Full Text

  Searches for
Full Text


If a database doesn't give you the full text of article, just click on the Tutt Link logo.

Tutt Link will search to see if the article is available

1) in another Tutt database
2) in print
3) through Interlibrary Loan 



Sign Up to Use Interlibrary Loan


Request the fulltext of articles through Interlibrary Loan (ILL) using ILLiad. Nearly 50 percent of articles arrive in 24-48 hours and are delivered electronically to your email! 

First time users

Google for Keywords

Search Google to find keywords related to your topic.

Leverage Footnotes and Bibliographies

Footnotes and bibliographies are a quick way to find related materials and track popular authors.