You can search books in Library Search from the Campbell Library homepage, or through the search widget below.
All Books at Rowan
To find books use Rowan's Library Search and limit the material type to Books. You can do this either from the Advanced Search page (use the Material Type drop-down menu on the right) or from a search results page (use the Resource Type limiter).
To find books on a specific topic, like Native American studies, you can search by keywords or by subject. A keyword search will search anywhere in a bibliographic record. Library Search's default setting is a keyword search.
A subject search will search for books that have been assigned a specific Library of Congress Subject Heading. There are two main ways to being a Subject search:
Subjects related to Native American studies include:
Note: Library of Congress Subject Headings (LCSH) do not always reflect the preferred names of a group. (Full list of LCSH) However, when writing about racial or ethnic groups, please be sure to use their preferred names. (See the Research and Writing Sources page for more information.
Can't find it in Library Search? You can get the book on loan from another library through E-ZBorrow (12-week loan) or Interlibrary Loan.
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