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Primary Sources: Renaissance and Reformation (14th century to 17th century)

Books from the Library: Renaissance and Reformation

Do a subject search using the subject headings below to find primary sources in the Peninsula Library System Catalog.

  • sources
  • personal narratives
  • diaries
  • correspondence
  • autobiography

These are examples of some of the books we have that collect primary sources.

eBooks: PLS Collection (EBSCO) Database

To find primary sources go to "Advanced Search" and do a subject search for "sources" along with your keywords on another line.

Example:

Online Sources: Internet History Sourcebook

Internet History Sourcebook: Renaissance History  A collection of primary sources from Forham University. Search by keyword or browse by subject.

Internet History Sourcebook: Reformation  A collection of primary sources from Forham University. Search by keyword or browse by subject.

Avalon Project

Online Sources: British History Online

Online Sources: Monastic Mix

Monastic Matrix A scholarly resource for the study of women's religious communities from 400 to 1600 CE. Part of Ohio State University.

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Librarians can help you find information for your research from many different sources.

Visit the library in person, get help on the phone, or email a librarian.

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We are located on the Cañada College campus at 4200 Farm Hill Boulevard in Redwood City.

You can find us on the top floor of Building 9, above the Learning Center.

You can also schedule a free appointment to meet with a librarian one-on-one.

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