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ANTH 4389: Field School


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Field School

This guide will help you explore resources that will be helpful in your field school experience.

Also see the Local History page for help:

Readings for the course are on both electronic and print reserve. 


Print reserve:

Bell county cemeteries by Polly Peaks-Elmore

Kovel's New Dictionary of Marks by Ralph and Terry Kovel

Story of Bell County Texas by Bell County Historical Commission

Texas Land Survey Maps for Bell County by Gregory Boyd

Texas Log Buildings by Terry G. Jordan

Unforgettable Decade: Killeen, Texas and trade area, 1930-1939: a pivotal era




Internet Resources

Reliable internet sources can also provide you with information.

Recommended Databases

Search in library databases to find scholarly journal articles on the terms you are trying to define.

Keywords: The right search term is important. Think about the words an expert might use to describe the concepts you are looking for.

Peer Reviewed: Look for search options that let you limit your search to articles that have been reviewed by experts.

Recent: Try to choose articles written in the last ten years to insure that your aren't retrieving outdated research.

Off Campus? Some of these resources are password protected, to ensure that only TAMUCT students, faculty, and staff can access them, in compliance with license agreements. Access to the databases is authenticated through your single sign on--the same way you log into email, Canvas, Warrior Web, etc.  You will use your full email and password when prompted.  Faculty and staff use the same username and password as your email, not including ""


Use Full Text Finder to find a journal in our library databases: 

  1. Go the the library homepage.
  2. Click on Journal Title Search under "Library Information".
  3. Type in the name of the journal (not the title of the article).
  4. Click "search" or hit "enter."
  5. In the result list, click on "Full Text Access." 
  6. Click on the link with the best date ranges for your needs. 
  7. If the journal is not available in full text, request it through interlibrary loan. 


Or click on the journal titles:

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