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Browse these sections of the Reference, Circulating, and Media collections

200 Religion
206 Leaders and organization
207 Missions and religious education
323 Civil and Political Rights
371 School Managment (also used for Liberal Arts Education; Education, Humanist)
378 Higher Education
780 Music
810 American Literature
973 History - United States
975 History - Southeastern United States
976 History - South central United States

378.7691 B48      Berea College

Ideas for Placing Berea in a National Context

  • Southern Cultures  Icon
    Quarterly journal published by the Center for the Study of the American South at The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill - includes articles on Southern Appalachia.
  • A History of Education in Kentucky by William E. Ellis  Icon
    Link to e-Book
    Print edition - 370.9769 E47h 2011
  • Database of the Smokies - UT  Icon
    This Great Smoky Mountains Regional Project at the University of Tennessee Libraries database is a free online bibliography of Smoky Mountain material published since 1934. Compliments the print work Terra Incognita, which includes published material from 1544-1934.
  • Fields of Learning: The Student Farm Movement in North America
    edited by Laura Sayre and Sean Clark
    Print edition - 630.71 F462 2011
  • Marching for Civil Rights
    Selma, 1965: The March that Changed the Southby Charles E. Fager

  • American Fact Finder
    Generate census fact sheets to find demographics by city, state, county, or zip code. Potential info includes: educational attainment, income level, gender, race, and ethnicity.

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