American History, World History, Ancient Civilizations, Ridgefield History
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Authoritative sources of articles and reference information, brought to you by the Ridgefield Library unless otherwise noted. Have your library card handy for log-in.
Academic Search Premier - Covers a wide variety of academic topics. Includes full text articles from 4,600 journals.
History Reference Center U.S. and world history. Sources include 1,620 reference books, 150 leading history journals, biographies, historical documents, photos, maps, and 80 hours of historical video.
Hartford Courant Historical 1764-1922
New York Times Historical 1851-2007
Tested and recommended by our librarians.
Notable Ridgefielders: A Who’s Who of People Who Made News in 20th Century Ridgefield
Ridgefield History - Ridgefield Historical Society
RidgefieldHistory.com - Website from Jack Sanders
Digital History - U.S. history information online
Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History - History by Era and current museum exhibitions
Smithsonian - History
The Civil War
World War I Net
World War II Net
Circulating books and most reference books are shelved in the stacks. Print magazines and newspapers are on display. Audiobooks and most nonfiction DVD's are shelved separately. Travel DVD's are shelved in the stacks.
American History - 973
World History - 909
Ancient Civilizations - 938
World War I - 940.4
World War II - 940.5
Ridgefield History - 974.69
College Courses on CD and DVD - shelved separately
See : General Periodical Indexes
Ask about a current list of local history resources available at the Library
History of the Ridgefield Library
Ridgefield Historical Society Extensive research library available online, including index of Ridgefield names, cemetery indexes and more
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