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EXP 13: Generation Great-Great-Grandparent: Discovering Your History: Books

For Scott Spencer and his students

Use these resources to find digital copies of out of print books

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Finding Books in the Library

To the right you will see the floor plan of Level 1 which is downstairs and where the majority of the books are shelved.  The books are arranged by call number starting with A and the snaking their way around the floor.  Each stack end is labeled with the first and last call number so all you have to do is figure out if your call number falls between them!  Once you get the idea you won't need a floor plan to find your books.

Library Catalog

Search WorldCat for books not at Tufts

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Digital Collections of Older Books

Tisch Level 1 -- Where the books live downstairs!

Subject Guide

Connie Reik
Contact:
Humanities Research & Instruction Librarian and Government Information Coordinator
Tisch Library
Work Hours w/appt
M, T, Th, F 9ish-5pm; Wed 2pm-9pm
Semester Hours in Room 224 Hours:
M 1-3pm, W 5-9pm & F 11-1pm
Connie.Reik@tufts.edu
617-627-2073