Row 2 - Call Numbers: D20 to D622Row 3 - Call Numbers: D623 to D810Row 4 - Call Numbers: D811 to DA461Row 5 - Call Numbers: DA462 to DA995Row 6 - Call Numbers: DA996 to DC 353Row 7 - Call Numbers: DC 354 to DG 12Row 8 - Call Numbers: DG 13 to DK 254Row 9 - Call Numbers: DK 255 to DR 1684Row 10 - Call Numbers: DR 1685 to DS 484Row 11 - Call Numbers: DS 485 to DS 918Row 12 - Call Numbers: DS 919 to E78Row 13 - Call Numbers: E78 to E171Row 14 - Call Numbers: E172 to E183.8
Row 15 - Call Numbers: E183.8 to E185.86Row 16 - Call Numbers: E185.87 to E312Row 17 - Call Numbers: E313 to E467Row 18 - Call Numbers: E468 to E744Row 19 - Call Numbers: E744 to E840Row 20 - Call Numbers: E841 to F212Row 21 - Call Numbers: F213 to F1233Row 22 - Call Numbers: F1234 to GE 180
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Map of the history section

Below is a map of the history section showing where each row is located.

The history section is located on the second floor of the library between the group study rooms and the individual study rooms.

Row 2 Row 3 Row 4 Row 5 Row 6 Row 7 Row 8 Row 9 Row 10 Row 11 Row 12 Row 13 Row 14 Row 15 Row 16 Row 17 Row 18 Row 19 Row 20 Row 21 Row 22
 

What is this page?

This is a guide to help students browse books in the history section.  Each row of books, shown as a separate tab on this guide, is broken into main categories so students can see, at a glace, what topics are covered in each section.

 

Why is there no row 1?

Row 1 covers the auxiliary sciences of history (archaeology, genealogy, etc.)  which does not fall under the scope of this guide.

 

What is a QR code?

According to QRstuff.com, a QR Code (it stands for "Quick Response") is a mobile phone readable barcode.  In its simplest sense think "print based hypertext link" - simply encode a URL into the QR Code and then point a mobile phone (or other camera-enabled mobile) at it. If the device has had QR Code decoding software installed on it, it will fire up its browser and go straight to that URL.

A QR code/barcode reader app will generally be needed in order for a smart phone to be able to read the code.  If you don't have this app already, here are a few popular versions

  • QR Droid
  • ScanLife Barcode Reader
  • QR Reader for iPhone
  • QR Scanner

 

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