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British History Research Guide: Guides to Archives, etc.

Guides to Archives, etc.

British Archives: A Guide to Archive Resources in the United Kingdom
Alexander Reference: CD1040.F67 2002 Alexander, Annex, and Dana (Newark) Stacks: CD1040.F67 1995

Economists' Papers, 1750-1950: A Guide to the Archive and other Manuscript Sources for the History of British and Irish Economic Thought
Alexander Reference: Z7164.E2S84 1975

English Local Studies Handbook: A Guide to Resources for Each County, including Libraries, Record Offices, Societies, Journals, and Museums
Alexander Reference: DA1.G95 1992

List of Colonial Office Records [in the Public Record Office] (8 vols.)
Alexander Stacks CD1047.O6 1892B

Prime Minister's Paper's, 1801-1902: A Survey of the Privately Preserved Papers of those Statesmen Who Held the Office of Prime Minister during the 19th Century
Alexander Documents Reference: CD1064.B7 Dana (Newark) Reference: CD1064.B7

Sources for English Local History
Alexander Reference: Z2023.S8 1981

Sources for the Early History of Ireland: An Introduction and Guide
Alexander Reference: Z2041.K36S Douglass Reference: Z6215.K395s

Women, 1870-1928: A Select Guide to Printed and Archival Sources in the United Kingdom
Alexander and Douglass Reference: HQ1595.B37 1981

British and American History and Political Science Librarian - New Brunswick

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