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History: Labor History: Books & Resources

Madson Area Technical College Libraries Research Guide: Labor History

Books: Labor History

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The Madson Area Technical College Libraries Online Catalog provides access to books, magazines, Reserve material, audio-visual material (for example, videos), and web resources Search by subject or keyword.

Most U.S. History books will be located in the 900’s.

To get started, you might want to check the Labor History bibliography tabs at the top of this guide.

Quick search of the online catalog:


Other Library catalogs

History Research Guides

Websites for Labor History Research

American Memory
Primary source collections from the Library of Congress National Digital Library Program.

The Avalon Project       
A collection of documents in history and law from ancient civilizations to the present.

Internet History Sourcebooks Project
Full text historical documents and links for ancient, medieval, and modern history.

Making of America (MOA)
Digital library of primary resources in American social history from the antebellum period through reconstruction including sociology as well as education, psychology, American history, religion, science and technology.

NARA: National Archives

Prelinger Archives
Over 1,200 "ephemeral" (advertising, educational, industrial, and amateur) films made from 1927 through the present.

United States Historical Census Data Browser
Describes the people and the economy of the U.S. for each state and country from 1790 to 1970.


Ref 912 G649 2005 Goode's World Atlas

Ref 912 AT881 2005 Atlas of the world

Mapping America's Past

Historical Atlas of the United States

Additional atlases can be found in the Madson Area Technical College Library Online Catalog including cultural and history atlases of specific areas of the world.

Subject Guide

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