Use the Library Catalog (HoyaSearch) to find what's available inside the library.
When searching for primary sources use keywords such as:
Keyword Search - use when getting started and you only have broad concepts or terms
(Ex. Bismarck Unification)
Author or Title Search - use when you know the author or title of a book
(Ex. The Congress of Vienna and its legacy)
Subject Search - use to find very specific results based on the subject words
(Ex. Hungary -- History -- Revolution, 1956)
Call No. Search - use when you have a call number or want to view a call number range
(Ex. DA 550 .S73 2012)
Subject Heading can help you find books specifically focused on your topic. Look at the examples below to get some idea of how they work.
Broad Subject Headings:
Specific Subject Headings:
Subject Headings - Primary Sources