To find books that reproduce primary sources on your topic, you need to enter the topic (or person) you are researching and one of the following subjects:
Archives, correspondence, diaries, interviews, letters, manuscripts, maps, memoirs, narratives (personal, slave, etc.), photographs, propaganda, sources, speeches.
If you want to find reproductions of important primary sources from U.S. history, then you can do a subject search for United States History Sources in the EWU catalog.
Having problems requesting items via Summit? Please contact the JFK Circulation Department at 509.359.7888, or email@example.com, or in person on the Main Level.
*Note: The most efficient way to find eBooks is to do a keyword search in the library catalog. Please limit your search to EWU, then limit by Material Type eBooks. EWU affiliated patrons can use their single sign on to access eBooks from anywhere. If you want more help on these eBook collections, then see our eBooks research guide.
These free resources are temporarily provided by vendors until June 30, 2020.
The EWU Libraries uses the Library of Congress classification system (a combination of letters & numbers). General military science books will be found under the letter U. See the links below for a more detailed breakdown of topics. Other useful areas in the library to find related books will be places like the history section. For example, call numbers starting with D (world history) or E,F (American history) may be helpful. Use the library catalog to find relevant books and their call numbers.