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African American Studies


This research guide is intended to serve as an introduction to the resources on African-American history and culture available from the L.W. Tyree Library.

For help beginning a research paper, consult the Research 101 guide. You may also contact Ramona Miller, the librarian for Social & Behavioral Sciences, or any member of the library staff for help in class-related research.

Welcome to the Tyree Library!

Lawrence W. Tyree Library

The Lawrence W. Tyree Library serves the students, staff, and faculty of Santa Fe College. The Library is open for studying, access to resources, and research help throughout the week, with additional weekend hours.

The Library has staff available to assist you on all three floors. If you need research help, stop by the 2nd floor reference desk to speak to one of our librarians. For more ways to access help, see our Research Help page.

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