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Use the above search box to find books, videos and digital collections owned by Lone Star College, Harris County Public Library and Montgomery County Memorial Library Systems.
If the book you need is not available in our catalog / system, you can request it through LSCS Interlibrary Loan (ILL) Request Form.
Once the requested material has been received and placed on Hold at your local college library; you will be notified by either email, mail or phone that the material is ready for you to pick it up. Please allow up to 15 working days for processing, if you are sending an ILL request. (This LSCS ILL form / service is for LSCS card holders only)
WorldCat is a searchable catalog of books and other materials in over 45,000 libraries worldwide. No full text, but can help you locate books locally that aren't available in our system. You can use the Inter-library Loan form link mentioned above, to request the book from another library.
Use the Library of Congress (LC) and Dewey Decimal (DD) system call numbers from the chart below to browse the shelves to find materials on the topics mentioned below.
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|Subject||LC Call No.||DD Call No.|
|North American History||E 45||973|
|Indians of North America||E 75-99||970.1|
|General United States history||E 151-180||973|
|Military, Political and Diplomatic history||
|The Revolution 1775-1783||
|Revolution through early Nineteenth Century||
|The War of 1812||
|Middle Nineteenth Century, 1845-1861||E 415-440||973|
|Civil War period||E 456-655||973.73|
|Abraham Lincoln||E 457||355, 920, 973.8|
|Ulysses Grant||E 672||355, 920, 973.8|
|Early Women's rights advocates||HQ 1412||324|
|American voting rights history||JK 1846||342|
|Military Leaders||UB 210||973|
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