This page will assist you in locating secondary sources for your topic.
Common secondary sources for historical research include books and scholarly articles.
Search Library Search to find scholarly books and monographs on historical topics.
Search Library Search in order to use the advanced search feature. For example, use the "Subject" field to find books about a particular person, e.g., "Walesa, Lech, 1943-"
The library's collection of article databases can be found at: https://guide.unwsp.edu/az.php.
Search JSTOR to find full-text, full-image, scholarly articles on history topics. JSTOR is an archival database for selected titles in the humanities and social sciences. Search Project Muse to find full text, subscription access to current content from scholarly journals in the humanities and social sciences.
Search Google Scholar to find citations to scholarly articles. While some articles are freely available via the web, many are not. If you find a useful article citation using Google Scholar, check the Berntsen Library's Journal Title Search to see if you can access the journal via the library. Otherwise, you may request the article via Inter-Library Loan by submitting a request through Library Search.
Search for periodicals available full text.