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History:

Urban History

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Urban History:

Archives, Libraries, and Museums


Below are archives, libraries, and museums for urban history. For additional resources, see History: Archives, Libraries, and Museums. To search for archival materials, use the resources at History: Archival Resources.
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Urban History:

Associations, Organizations, and Institutes


For additional listings, see History: Associations, Organizations, and Institutes.
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Urban History:

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 urban history. Additional resources are listed at History: Background.
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Urban History:

Databases and Library Catalogs


Below are some databases and library catalogs you can use to find books and articles on urban history topics. For a more complete listing of those relevant to History, see History: Databases and Indexes. If you need help in selecting or using a database or index for your research, please contact the Hunt Library reference desk.

If full text links for journal articles are not provided, click on to see retrieval options. This may not be available in all databases. Otherwise, use Cameo to see if materials are in the Carnegie Mellon University Libraries or the Find Online Journals list to see if they are full text in other databases. If they aren't, you can use ILLiad, our interlibrary loan service, to obtain the material.

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Urban History:

Discussion Lists

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Urban History:

Internet Guides

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Urban History:

Journals


Below are major journals in urban history. Use Cameo and the Find Online Journals 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. For additional titles, see History: Journals.

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Urban History:

Maps


See also the resources at History: Maps.
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Urban History:

Pictorial Resources


See also the resources at History: Pictorial Resources.
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Urban History:

Primary Sources


See also the resources at History: Primary Sources. For primary sources for Pittsburgh, see Pittsburgh History: Government Documents and Pittsburgh History: Records of Businesses, Individuals, and Organizations.
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Urban History:

Statistical Resources


See also the resources at History: Statistical Resources.

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History


See Also:
     Labor & Economic History
     Pittsburgh History
     Social History

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