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History 216: William & Mary in the Jazz Age

This is a guide of resources for the Spring 2008 history course about the College of William and Mary during the Jazz Age. Taught by James Whittenburg, Carolyn Whittenburg, David McCarthy, Louise Kale, and Melissa Engimann.


You may wish to use the following subject headings in searching [ Swem Library's online catalog] for relevant books, theses, dissertations, etc.

*College of William and Mary
*College of William and Mary--History.     
*College of William and Mary--History--18th century.
*College of William and Mary--History--19th century.
*College of William and Mary--History--20th century.
*College of William and Mary--History--Chronology.


You may also find some of the books in my Google Books library related to the College of William and Mary of interest.



Colonial Echo: The Colonial Echo, the student yearbook, began publication in 1899, and has continued to record students, faculty and staff, organizations, events, and activities each year. It is available in the SCRC and Swem stacks. 

Bulletin: The College of William and Mary's Bulletin contained information about the courses of studies available, faculty, facilities, and other campus information.

Catalog: The College of William and Mary's Catalog was initially part of the institution's bulletin series and included information about courses offered each term. The Special Collections Research Center's collection of catalogs begin in the 19th century and stretch to the present. The 1866 Catalogue is available online.