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    Reference Books

    United States Government Documents on Women, 1800-1990

    HQ1410 .U49 H85 1993 (Documents - Documents/Reference)
    A two volume set of a comprehensive bibliography covering women's labor and social issues.

    The American Historical Association Guide to Historical Literature

    Z 6201 .A55 1995 (Reference)
    A two volume annotated bibliography "of the finest and most useful books and articles available in every field of historical scholarship

    The Creative Guide to Research

    ZA 3075 .R69 2000 (Reference)
    A guide to finding information both in print and available through the World Wide Web.

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