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Black Death / History of the West & the World to 1500 C.E. (HIST151)

The second-known plague/pandemic, the Black Death was the deadliest pandemic known in human history. Also known as (also known as the "Pestilence, the Great Mortality, or the Plague," Black Death killed anywhere from 75 to 200 million people across the kn

Black Death

This guide will give you suggestions for specific library resources to consult in this history course, along with tips for searching, exploring, and getting more help from your research librarian!

Spread of the Black Death in Europe and the Near East (1346–1353)

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Research Databases are great places to explore and discover resources. The Library Catalog is very helpful to find what Hekman Library owns, as well as discovering resources like books and journals related to particular topics.

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