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This guide provides access to the many databases, archives, and online repositories that offer primary sources. Use the tabs in the guide to find resources for specific types of sources.
The library has print copies of many religious texts. Use the library catalog to find specific texts. When you locate the text on the shelf, additional copies will be next to it, especially when a work may be translated or annotated.
Because of the age of religious texts, many are in the public domain and can also be found online. Below are a handful of online resources.
Part of the Nineteenth century collections online, this archive provides essential documentary materials that explore religious and philosophical movements in reaction to dramatic changes in culture and society wrought by the industrial revolution and modernity.