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Encyclopedia of American Social History - Ref HN 57 .E58 1993 (3 vols.)
Filling in the holes left in conventional political/biographical history sources, this set covers topics such as religion, class, gender, race, popular culture, regionalism, and everyday life from pre-Columbian to modern times in lengthy and well-documented articles.
Encyclopedia of European Social History from 1350 to 2000 - Ref HN373 .E63 2001
6 vols. Offers substantial, well-documented survey essays on topics such as social change, urban and rural life, gender, popular culture, religion, and everyday life.
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