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Below are some specific databases that you can use to research the history of a particular nationality, culture, or region of people. Using these databases like these can give you more targeted results than doing a broad search in Google or the whole of DePaul's library catalog.
Clear, concise and readable histories of peoples, nations, and cultures, including the inhabitants of present-day nation-states (Americans, French); minority peoples within these (Sorbs in Germany, Basques in Spain); peoples dispersed over a number of nation-states (Kurds, Jews); significant cultural but non-ethnic groupings (Maronite Christians in the Levant); and extinct peoples (Alans, Goths).
Provides descriptions of all the cultures of each region of the world or of a representative sample of cultures for regions where full coverage is impossible, as well as accurate descriptions of cultures of the past. 1996 edition.
Be sure to confirm current information in a newer source.
Provides a multidisciplinary view of Latin American history and culture from prehistoric times to the present. Covers cultural issues and includes biographical profiles of important figures in politics, letters and the arts. 2nd edition (2008).
Additional Research Guides
Here are some additional Research Guides (created by other librarians) that you can use to further research your selected population.