Searching WorldCat@SU finds articles, but you will get much better results using a database. Searching an article database produces more precise results, and allows you to better refine your search; for example, limiting results to scholarly sources.
Use these tabs to find useful databases for primary and secondary sources on the history of the Civil Rights Movement.
No additional set-up is required to access Smith Library Center full-text content via Google Scholar on campus. To use Google Scholar off campus you need to do a one-time set-up for your account to access full-text articles from SLC. If you don't create the link to Smith Library, full-text linking will not be available, and you will be asked to pay for articles.