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Utah History Day Research Resources

US History

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Library of Congress (LOC)

Mountain West Digital Library (MWDL) – digitized primary sources from collections across
the West

National Archives & Records Administration (NARA)

The Utah Division of State History – Your Source for Utah History! 

University Research Libraries in Utah
Visit your local university library to find secondary sources such as books and articles.  Special Collections at each university house primary source materials on a wide range of topics. 

Good Places to Find Secondary Sources

More Primary Source Repositories

Museums and Historic Sites
Whether you’re working on a project that focuses on local history, national history, or international history, you’ll need both primary and secondary resources to make your project complete. Here are just some of the great places you can look for resources for your project.

If you would like to be added to this list of resources please email UtahHistoryDay@gmail.com.

Library & Collections

**The Research Center will be closed October 9th for Columbus Day, October 11th for the State History’s Annual Conference, and October 27th for the Conference of Intermountain Archivisits “Fall Caucus.”**

The Library and Collections program for Utah State History cares for thousands of photographs, books, manuscripts, maps, newspapers, and periodicals in the State’s collection. Check out the links below and discover how Utah’s history is your history.

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RESEARCH CENTER


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Have a research question? Ask our librarians.