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Canadian Studies: About the Collection

A library research guide

Collection Description

Mr. O'B triumphantly crosses river from The North-West Passage by Land (London: Cassell, Petter, and Galpin, 1865.)
Mr. O'B triumphantly crosses river from The North-West Passage by Land (London: Cassell, Petter, and Galpin, 1865.)

Canadian Studies at the University of California, Berkeley is an interdisciplinary program focused on the scholarly issues surrounding the study of Canada across a range of academic disciplines. The Library maintains a commitment to all areas of Canadian studies, including history, literature, culture, politics, sociology, and ethnic studies. Reference materials are kept in the Doe Library's North Reading Room. The major part of the collection is located in the Gardner (Main) Stacks with special collections in The Bancroft Library and the Ethnic Studies Library

New Acquisitions in Canadian Studies

New Acquisitions

With OskiCat, new acquisitions lists are updated daily. The 10 most recent items in Canadian Studies are listed below while the full list of materials cataloged in the past 60 days can be viewed in html or subscribed to as an rss feed.

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Claude Potts
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