Journey through north-eastern Texas

Is this a national travel opportunity? No, “Account of a journey through north-eastern Texas, undertaken in 1849 …” is one of 2,879 bibliographic records that have just been added to TOPCAT. These records will help faculty and students research special microform collections in the Kentucky Library. The two sets of collections are The Anti-Slavery Propaganda in the Oberlin College Library and Travels in the West and Southwest.With increased title, and subject access, we hope that information access will be greatly enhanced and open up materials from 1835-1863 and from the end of the Civil War to the 1920s. Biographies, journals, campaign literature, sermons, traveler observations, and much more–what an exciting way to take a trip!

Connie Foster, Head
Library Technical Services
October 12, 2006

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