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US Foreign Relations and International History: Home

This guide provides resources for historical research on US foreign relations and international history. It will highlight books, journals, databases, and government publications.

Government Publications Librarian

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Kendall Caple

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Welcome!! This guide will help provide access and link to various resources relating to US Foreign Relations and International History. While this guide is not extensive, it will help get you started with research in this subject area as well as help you through any roadblocks you may encounter. Linked below is the general history research guide. The guide will link you to general history resources as well as other valuable information regarding the historical research process

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Elizabeth Allen
LSU Library, Room 141 A
Louisiana State University
Baton Rouge, LA 70803-3330

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