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Orbis-Cascade (SUMMIT): Libraries and locations
The majority of history books on France can be found on the 2nd floor of the library. Each book has a call number with a Library of Congress Classification number. If you would like to browse the History collection, go to one of the call number sections listed below:
Ds (2nd floor and reference)
DC 1-947: Histoire de France / History of France
o DC 60-109: Early-Medieval History
o DC 110-433: Modern History
o DC 131-138: 18th Century
o DC 139-249: French Revolution and Napoleonic period
o DC 251-354.9: 19th century
o DC 361-424: 20th century
o DC 425-433: 21st century
Visit Library of Congress Classification Online and select the appropriate class (letter) for a more detailed description of the system.