The library website is a great place to start looking for resources for your class.
Big Search uses keywords to find books, articles, DVDs and more.
Want to know more? Below is a guide for formulating keywords and finding resources using Big Search
The Millsaps-Wilson Library uses Library of Congress Call Numbers to organize physical materials. For more information on call numbers visit the Library of Congress website.
The majority of books by and about Eudora Welty are located in the Eudora Welty Room on the third floor of the west wing of the library.
Other books related to Eudora Welty and literature in general can be found in the following sections:
Books about United States History are generally located in sections E-F, but you will find books throughout our collection.
Location of Materials
|Classifications A--D399 East Stacks 1|
|Classifications D400--F East Stacks 2|
|Classifications G--HR East Stacks 3|
|Classifications HS--K East 3|
|Classifications L--Z West 3|
Databases are a good place to start when looking for scholarly journals and articles.
English Subject Databases
Primary sources are contemporary accounts of an event, written by someone who experienced or witnessed the event in question. These original documents (i.e., they are not about another document or account) are often diaries, letters, memoirs, journals, speeches, manuscripts, interviews and other such unpublished works. They may also include published pieces such as newspaper or magazine articles (as long as they are written soon after the fact and not as historical accounts), photographs, audio or video recordings, research reports in the natural or social sciences, or original literary or theatrical works.
Primary: First-hand account of an event, an original work
Secondary: A summary, interpretation, or analysis of something else
Tertiary: Usually a combination or collection of primary and secondary sources
LibGuide created by Mariah W. Grant