Investigate the history of the Catholic Church.
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"John Knox." 1890. From The National and Domestic History of England by Willam Aubrey. 1890. Design Pics Historical Colleciton. Britannica Image Quest. Web. 1 Mar 2014.
Database Passwords GoogleDoc. See librarian for username and password to access databases at home. The little blue circle with the i on it provides information on citing the database using NoodleTools.
- History Study Center (ProQuest)
This Reformation article provides linked articles, such as "John Calvin," as well as related links in left column, such as articles, images, and documents.
- Salem History
E-books featuring great events and biographies of famous (and infamous) individuals provide helpful resources for many subject areas: Great Events from History; Great Lives from History will be of help in Church History research.
- Religion and Philosophy Collection (TEL)
Databases include scholarly journals, magazine articles, and newspapers. Select the Religion and Philosophy Collection to begin your search.
- Britannica Image Quest
Access more than two million rights-cleared images from over 50 of the best collections in the world.
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- Reformation Europe (Internet Modern History Sourcebook)
- Martin Luther
This overview of Martin Luther follows the PBS documentary, "Martin Luther."
- New Advent.org
The 1913 version of The Catholic Encyclopedia is searchable through this website. Students are encouraged to use the library's print version of The New Catholic Encyclopedia for the most updated articles.
- Swiss Reformation (e-book by Bruce Gordon)
GoogleBooks provides a preview of Swiss Reformation by Bruce Gordon. Page 29 and the Zwingli chapter (beginning on page 46) provide research on the Swiss Reformation.
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New Catholic Encyclopedia
Call Number: REF 282 NEW
Publication Date: 2002
Begin your Church History research with an overview article from the New Catholic Encyclopedia. This reference book contains more updated articles than the newadvent.org website (which is a 1950s encyclopedia).
The European Renaissance and Reformation
Call Number: REF 940.2 WOR
Publication Date: 2001
The Oxford Encyclopedia of the Reformation
Call Number: REF 270.603 REF
Publication Date: 1996-02-29
Renaissance and Reformation
Call Number: REF 940.2 REF
Publication Date: 2002
The English Reformation
Call Number: 274.2 DIC
Publication Date: 1991