Western, Native American, Environmental History, and Latin American History Information
Many of the faculty in the University of Oklahoma's Department of History specialize in Native American, Western, Latin American and/or Environmental history, and they take pride in their commitment to the close, one-to-one mentoring that is the hallmark of our program. They are all engaged in exciting research and publish books and articles that help define their respective fields.
Judaic Studies is a program within the History Department that explores the history and culture of Jewish people.
"History Resources" (OU Library) page.
Includes sections on how to find books, book reviews, early English language publications, journal articles, government documents, Internet resources (including links to major digitized collections, the NUCMC, etc.), and a section called "What is a Primary Source?"
Western History Collection
One of the most important facilities in the world for the study of Native American, Western American, and environmental history. It contains 65,000 books, 10,000 cubic feet of manuscripts, and 160,000 photographs.
Carl Albert Center
The manuscript collection of the Carl Albert Center houses the papers of many public figures important to the American West.
Oklahoma Natural History Museum
One of the nation's largest connected to either a public or private university, offers rich research opportunities for those interested in studying Native American, Western American, and environmental history.
The Oklahoma Historical Society
Located in Oklahoma City, it offers historians access to thousands of documents.