Q. Where can I get info on 1960's America?
If you are looking for information on 1960's America you can try the keywords/topics:
- Specific person you are interested in (Nixon, Kennedy, Martin Luther King, etc.)
- Specific event you are interested in (Cold War, Vietnam War, etc.)
- Specific trends you are interested in (Counterculture movement, drugs, women, etc.)
For books or ebooks, check the book catalog. To get to the book catalog, start at the Library Home Page (http://guides.baker.edu/onlineresources), and click on Find Books and Ebooks. Try using similar keywords as above.
For articles, check the databases below. To get to the Find Articles and Databases page, start at the Library Home Page (http://guides.baker.edu/onlineresources), click on Find Articles & Databases, and click on History/Geography/World Culture . If you are off-campus you will need to use your 14 digit Library Number, which can be found on your ID Card or in SOLAR.
- American History Online (Facts on File)
- U.S. History Collection (InfoTrac)
- Modern World History Online (Facts on File)
Thank you for using ASK US. For more information contact your campus librarians.