The following sources are a good place to start for general information on U.S. and World History. Follow the links to get to the sources. You may need your seven digit Carroll student ID number to get into these off-campus.
The following resources will help you find information about the history, participants, and controversies surrounding the Spanish-American War. Follow the links to get to the sources. You may need your seven digit Carroll student ID number to get into these off-campus.
Consult the following websites for additional information on the Spanish American War.
The following sources are a good place to start for general information on U.S. and World History. These titles are located on the main floor of Carroll's library and cannot be checked out, though you can photocopy articles.
Berkshire Encyclopedia of World History - REF D23 B45 2005
Encyclopedia of American History - REF E174 E53 2003
Encyclopedia of the United States in the Nineteenth Century - REF E169.1 E626 2001
Encyclopedia of American Foreign Policy - REF E183.7 E52 2002
Encyclopedia of Cuba: People, History, Culture - REF F1754 E53 2003
To find books on the Spanish American War in the library's online catalog, try the following subject searches:
1898: The Birth of the American Century - E 711 T73 1998
Cuban Reader: History, Culture, Politics - F 1776 C85 2003
Empire by Default: the Spanish-American War and the dawn of the American Century - E 715 M97 1998
Spanish-American War - E 715 H48 2003
The War with Spain in 1898 - E 715 T7
Here are a few ebooks, also worth investigating (click on link to access. You may need your seven digit Carroll student ID number if accessing from off-campus):
If you're looking for primary sources, the follow links should provide you with a start.