The Library supports the teaching and research needs of undergraduates, graduate students and faculty studying the history of the United States, from the earliest European contacts and settlement to the late 20th century. Most of the collection supporting U.S. History are located on the sixth floor of SSHL.
Primary Library of Congress call numbers are:
E 1- 143 Early explorations and Indians of North America
E 151 - 904 History of the United States in general
F 1 - 975 History of U.S. states and localities
Studies in U.S. History are also found embedded in other Library of Congress classifications including the including social and economic history (H's), political history (J's), and legal history (K's). Researchers also make extensive use of the U.S. Government Documents Collection, which includes most 19th and 20th century publications from Congress, the Executive Branch and other federal agencies. Because historical research covers every aspect of society and culture, other important collections include Ethnic Studies, Film Studies, Gender and Women's Studies, History of Science, and Literature
International database for research on all periods of U.S. and Canadian history, including very recent years. Includes abstracts of journal articles and listings of books and dissertations
Library of Congress digital library of primary source and archival material relating to American culture and history: print, manuscripts, visual and sound collections.
Browse recently acquired items in UCSD's Social Sciences and Humanities Library. List goes directly to Roger catalog to show locations and availability. An archive of past quarterly lists is also available
Revised August 2008