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History: Great Depression: Finding Articles

Use databases to find articles

Search for your topic in the following databases which may be found in the Databases A-Z listing on the Rod Library homepage under the Articles tab.  ABI/Inform, Business Knowledge Research, EconLit, Fed in Print, and NBER Working Papers are sources of economic history. The remaining databases cover history in general and should be useful in indentifying articles on the impact of the Great Depression on society.

Also try the following:

Fed in Print (index to Federal Reserve Research)

FRASER (Federal Reserve Archival System for Economic Research)

FRASER - Data & Statistics

See also: Google Scholar

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