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Research Help: Getting Started

High Library's Virtual Reference Desk

Further Tips for Finding Maps

1. Try searching by subject in the catalog, our databases, or other resources by typing the place name and then maps.

        Example: Europe maps; France maps; Russia maps

2. Use the Image Search in Humanities International Complete and other EBSCO databases.

  • Click “More” at the top of the screen then “Images”
  • Select “Map” as your image type and then complete your search

3. Use the Advanced Search in CREDO.

  • Click on “Articles with the Following Features”
  • Select “Articles with maps” and then complete your search

Addresses & phone numbers

Local telephone directories are shelved at the reference desk.


White pages

Yellow pages


Government Directories

Contact information for government institutions

U.S. House of Representatives

U.S. Senate

U.S. Federal Government Agencies