For example, if you were searching for a village in Great Britain and MORRIS found no books, you could broaden your search to the parish name or the name of the county.
Mills Library holds several good collections of British local histories.
Once you have a list of the proper subject headings, you can sit down at one of the computer stations and search for relevant books on your topic(s).
If you do not have access to the set of LC Subject Headings, use the MORRIS SUBJECT KEYWORD(S) index.
regist* will look for the words To search for keywords anywhere in the MORRIS record, choose the KEYWORD(S) ANYWHERE index. This will tell you which campus library the item is housed in, as well as its location within the library and call number.
Place an asterisk (*) after each word to broaden the possible search term (e.g. To find out if the item is on the shelf, click on Current Location and Status on the left side of the screen.
One such group is the Victoria History of the Counties of England.
To obtain a complete listing of titles under this heading, do a title search under: Victoria History of the Counties of England.
If you need any help understanding these lists, please ask for assistance at the Research Help Desk.For information about the holdings of Research Collections or hours of opening and service, please contact the archives.The Canadian Baptist Archives are located in Room 152 of Divinity College.While a bibliography may not provide specific information on your topic, it can lead to other sources of interest.To locate bibliographies, do a subject search on MORRIS using the following LC subject headings: specific topic - Bibliography (example: Genealogy - Bibliography) A biography is a written history of a person's life.The Archives contain materials from all Baptist churches in Canada which are part of the Canadian Baptist Foundation, with the exception of the Atlantic region.