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Bibliographies are helpful for identifying primary and secondary sources on your topic. Book-length bibliographies can provide additional leads and sometimes help you to identify the "classic" works on your topic.
American Civil War by
Call Number: Sawyer Reference: E465 .A47 1996
Provides a comprehensive and informative survey and analysis of the vast body of Civil War literature. Includes more than 40 essays covering every aspect of the war from strategy, tactics, and battles to issue related to the home front.
The Civil War in Books: An Analytical Bibliography by
Call Number: Sawyer Reference: E468 .E33 1997
Provides annotations with evaluative comments. Includes sections on battles and campaigns; Confederate and Union biographies, letters and memoirs; Black Americans in the Civil War; states and territories; women; and unit histories.
Reconstruction in the United States by
Call Number: SAWYER REFERENCE E668 .L56 2000
Annotated bibliography covers the literature of Reconstruction at the national, regional, and state and local levels. Includes sections on general history; politics and law; agriculture, labor, and business; society, education, and religion for each southern state.