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HIST 395 American Financial Panics
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HIST 395 Financial Panics in U.S. History-Libraries Research Guide

Purdue Libraries have many books and other resources on financial panics and economic turmoil in U.S. History. Library of Congress Subject Heading (LCSH) searches are good ways of finding books in the libraries collections through the online catalog. Sample LCSH searches you can try include:

Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System (U.S.)
Depressions 1929 United States
Financial Crises Government Policy United States
Financial Crises United States History
United States Economic Conditions
United States Economic Conditions 1865-1918

You an also use LCSH and author searches in the online catalog to find books by and about organizations such as government agencies. Examples include:

Conference Board
National Bureau of Economic Research
United States Dept of the Treasury
United States Federal Reserve Board
United States Work Projects Administration

Most books you need for this class will be in the HSSE Library, Parrish Management & Economics Library, HIKS Repository, or MEL Repository. Through 2008, libraries books are cataloged using the Dewey Decimal Classification System and starting in 2009 the Libraries began using the Library of Congress classification system. Connect HERE for information on downloading Purdue Libraries Ebooks.

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