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Ethnic Studies 111 - EUROPEAN IMMIGRANTS IN AMERICA, 1776 TO PRESENT - Kronbeck

Research Guide for Elizabeth Kronbeck's Ethnic Studies 111 course

How Can This Guide Help?

The following information will help you look for primary and secondary sources on immigrants arriving to the United States from Europe. These sources will include reference sources for background information as well as books, library databases, and web sites containing primary sources. Remember that a librarian is available to help you if you need more guidance.

Note about Accessing Library Article Databases or Electronic Books

Remember that when you access any of the library's databases off campus, you will be asked to login by using your student ID and birthdate (mmddyy)

If you get stuck, remember to call the GCC Library at 818-240-1000 ext 5577, during regular business hours:

Mondays-Thursdays: 8am - 9pm

Fridays and Saturdays: 10am - 2pm

Sundays: Closed

Instructor

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Elizabeth Kronbeck
Contact:
ext. 5743

Librarian

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Susie Chin
Contact:
1500 N. Verdugo Road
Glendale, CA 91208
Subjects:English

Reference Books to Get You Started

Reference books are books you can use in the library, but can't check out. You'll find them downstairs on the main floor of the library. Reference books are sometimes the best resources available, so make sure to take a look at what's available. You can photocopy what you need if necessary. Below are some reference books (including their call numbers) available in the GCC library collection related to your assignment:

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