Here are a just a few examples from the wide range of books available in the library collection about and on oral histories.
Begin in the STLCC Catalog to find books in the library. The two basic methods for searching are keyword and subject searches. The subject search is somewhat misleading--it only searches for subjects as defined by the Library of Congress. Because most library users are not familiar with the official Library of Congress Subject Headings, it is often a good idea to begin with a keyword search. Some examples of keyword searches include
NOTE: Use the connector "and" to separate distinct concepts in your search. Use the connector "or" to separate synonyms in your search. Use the symbol * to as a truncation device (for multiple endings of a root word) or as a wildcard (to represent a letter within a word).
Results from your keyword searches will help you identify appropriate subject headings. Below are some subject headings found with the keyword search "civil rights" and ("St. Louis" or "Saint Louis"):
Here are a just a few examples from the wide range of books available in the library collection on primary research.
St. Louis Community College Libraries
Florissant Valley Campus Library
Forest Park Campus Library
Meramec Campus Library
Wildwood Campus Library