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This reference database covers global history from the Renaissance through today. Some primary sources may also be found here.
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A Guide with Resources on Genocide & Human Rights
Welcome to the Oliver Wendell Holmes Library and the Genocide & Human Rights Guide. On this page you will find reference sources online and in print to begin your research. Use the Reference Universe Tool to the left of this box to find print resources in Garver on your topic. Or, for reference articles in databases, click on the links in that box to the left. If you have any questions, feel free to ask a librarian at the reference help desk! See the OWHL Answers / LibChat box at the lower left of this page.
Image (Right): Anne Frank. Library of Congress, Photographs, 1942.
Reference sources give you an overview of your topic. All of the reference sources listed below can be found in the Garver Room (silent study room), or click on the link for to access the e-book! Note: this is NOT a comprehensive list. There are hundreds of specialized reference books in Garver. Browse the shelves, use the Reference Universe Tool to find titles in Garver, or ask a librarian for help finding them!