[ELH] Dr Graham Jones: Libraries and other on-line reference sources

St Andrew, from the web-page of the Eastern Orthodox Church in Great Britain (follow link from the previous page, /grj1/links.html)

Library catalogues

British Library Integrated Catalogue, on-line catalogue of the British Library

COPAC author/title search of the national Online Public Access Catalogue, providing unified access to the online catalogues of some of the largest university research libraries in the UK and Ireland.

Library of Congress, the on-line catalogue of the United States' principal library, in Washington DC.

Libraries on the Web, LibWeb at Berkeley accesses 2,700 pages of academic on-line catalogues in more than 70 countries around the world.

European libraries, accessed on-line via the Italian Culture Ministry's web-site.

Stanford University, accessed through the searchable index to its materials for medieval and church studies.

Wellcome Institute bibliography of the History of Medicine

University of Oxford unified catalogues

University of Leicester Library

National Library of Wales

University of Wales Aberystwyth, Hugh Owen Library.

National University of Ireland, Cork, Boole Library.

North Rhineland and Westphalian universities' joint catalogue, with access also to the Library of Congress and other important on-line catalogues.

Royal Historical Society bibliography of England and Wales includes articles as well as book titles accessible via a comprehensive search mode.

ZETOC is the British Library Electronic Table of Contents (ETOC). The database contains details of approximately 20,000 current journals and 16,000 conference proceedings published per year.

Reference Sources for English Local History compiled by Evelyn Cornell, subject librarian at the University of Leicester.

Leicester City Libraries' catalogue.

Reference sources

Encyclopaedia Britannica

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