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History:

Historic Preservation

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Historic Preservation:
Archives, Libraries, and Museums


Below are archives, libraries and museums for historic preservation. For a more extensive list, see History: Archives, Libraries, and Museums.

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Historic Preservation:
Associations, Organizations, and Institutes


Below are associations and organizations in historic preservation. For a more extensive list, see History: Associations, Organizations, and Institutes

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Historic Preservation:

Background

Sometimes you may need some information to get more familiar with your topic. Below are some materials that can provide background on topics in environmental history. Additional resources are listed at History: Background.

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Historic Preservation:

Biographical Resources

See the resources listed at History: Biographical Resources.

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Historic Preservation:

Databases and Indexes

If full text links for journal articles are not provided, click on to see retrieval options. This is only for journal article citations, and may not be available in all databases. Otherwise, use the library catalog to see if materials are in the Carnegie Mellon University Libraries. If we don't have the books and journal articles you need, you can use Illiad, the interlibrary loan service (usually takes about 7-10 days) or, for books only, EZ Borrow (books get here in about 3-5 days).

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Historic Preservation:

Discussion Lists

For additional resources, see History: Discussion Lists.

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Historic Preservation:

Internet Guides

For additional resources, see History: Internet Guides.

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Historic Preservation:

Journals

Below are major journals in historic preservation. Use the library catalog and the eJournals A-Z list to search for other journal titles in the Carnegie Mellon University Libraries, or use the databases listed above to find journal articles on particular topics. History: Journals.

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Historic Preservation:

Maps

See also History: Maps, especially Urban History: Maps.

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Historic Preservation:

Pictorial Resources

For additional resources, see History: Pictorial Resources.

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Historic Preservation:

Statistical Resources

See the resources listed at History: Statistical Resources.

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History

         See also: Architecture Research Guide (Martin Aurand, Carnegie Mellon University Libraries)


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