Carnegie Mellon University Libraries

History:

Environmental History:

Primary Sources

Below are some primary sources that can be found at Hunt Library, Carnegie Mellon; Hillman Library, the University of Pittsburgh; the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh; and on the Web. For Pittsburgh resources, see Pittsburgh History, especially Table of Contents Archives of Industrial Society Collections and Research Guides. Repositories of other primary sources can be found using the resources at History: Databases and Indexes: Archival Resources. If you need help finding primary sources, ask at the Hunt Library reference desk.


Environmental History:
Primary Sources:

Collections, Papers, and Diaries

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Environmental History:
Primary Sources:

Government Documents


Documents produced by the United States government can be a great source of information. Below are just a few examples of the types of government documents that are relevant to environmental history. To find more, use the databases and indexes listed at History: Databases and Indexes: Government Documents. If you need help locating government documents, ask for assistance at the Hunt Library reference desk.

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Environmental History

History


January 2011 -- http://www.andrew.cmu.edu/user/sc24/History/enviprimary.html
Sue Collins, Senior Librarian, sc24@andrew.cmu.edu