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U.S. History

A guide for patrons researching the history of the United States at the UO Libraries.

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Welcome to U.S. History at the UO Libraries!

"Freedmen Voting in New Orleans" 1867 engraving showing African Americans who were enslaved but a couple years earlier participating in election. Public domain image courtesy of Wikimedia Commons.

This guide will introduce you to a wide range of primary and secondary source materials available to researchers studying U.S. history at the UO Libraries.

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LibrarySearch offers a streamlined interface for finding books and other media that combines the collections of UO Libraries and Summit libraries.

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