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E 151-169.12 - General

Call Number Subject
E 151 Periodicals. Societies. Collections
For historical periodicals & societies, see E171+ E186 etc.
For patriotic societies, see E172.7 E181 E182 E186 E202 etc.
For geographic societies see G3
E 154 Gazetteers
E 154.5-154.9 Directories
For business & trade directories see HF5035+
For recreational directories see E158
E 155 Geographic names
See also E98.N2 Indian names
See also G104+ Geographic names & terms (General)
E 156 General works
E 158 Guidebooks. Handbooks
E 159 Historic monuments (General)
E 159.5 Antiquities (non-Indian)
E 160 National & state parks & reservations (Collective descriptive works)
For works on individual parks, see the subject or local division, e.g.,
E473.54.S64 Shiloh National Military Park; F317.E9 Everglades National Park
E 161 Social life & customs (General)
By period see E162+
E 161.3 Geography
E 161-5-169 Description & travel
For regions, see Class F, Local history
- E 161.5 - History of travels. Travel anthologies
- E 162-169 - By period
- - E 162 - - 1607-1764
- - E 163 - - 1765-1783
- - E 164 - - 1784-1811
- - E 165 - - 1812-1844
- - E 166 - - 1845-1860
- - E 167 - - 1861-1865
For travels in the Confederate States see F214
- - E 168 - - 1866-1913
- - E 169.A-.Z7 - - 1914-1944
- - E 169.Z8 - - 1945-1980
- - E 169.Z82 - - 1981-2000
- - E 169.Z83 - - 2001-
- - E 169.02 - - 1945-1980
See E169.Z8
- - E 169.04 - - 1981-2001
See E 169.Z82; E169.Z83
E 169.1-169.12 Civilization. Intellectual life
- E 169.12 - By period, 1945-
For early to 1865 see E162+
For 1866-1945 see E169.1

E 171-183.3 - History

Call Number Subject
E 171 Periodicals. Yearbooks
E 172-172.7 Societies
E 173 Sources & documents. Collections. Collected works
E 174 Dictionaries & encyclopedias
E 174.5 Chronology. Chronological tables, etc.
E 175-175.7 Historiography
- E 175.4 - Institutions
- E 175.45-175.5 - Biography of historians
Including general criticism of their works
- - E 175.5.A-Z - - Individual, A-Z
- - - E 175.5.A17-A2 - - - Adams, Henry
- E 175.7 - Methodology
Including theory, comparison & criticism, etc. Research
E 175.8-175.85 Study & teaching
In colleges, universities & secondary schools
For primary schools see LB1510
For elementary schools see LB1581+
- E 175.85 - Criticism of textbooks (General)
See also E468.5 Criticism of textbooks on the Civil War
E 175.9 Philosophy of American history
E 176-176.8 Biography (Collective)
- E 176 - General
For biography of individual periods, see the period
For general U.S. biography not limited to political life see CT210+
- E 176.1-176.48 - Presidents
For the biography of each president, see his administration,
e.g., E312 Washington; E322 Jefferson
- - E 176.2 - - Wives of Presidents
- - E 176.25-176.3 - - Fathers of Presidents. Mothers of Presidents
- - E 176.4 - - Relations with women
- - E 176.45 - - Children & grandchildren of Presidents
- - E 176.47 - - Staff
- - E 176.472.A-Z - - Relations with specific ethnic groups, A-Z
- - E 176.48 - - Pets
- E 176.49 - Vice-Presidents
  Biography (Individual)
See under periods in national or state history; see also under topics, e.g.,
E181-E182 Military & naval leaders; E185.97 African-Americans
E 178-179 General works
- E 178 - Comprehensive works
- E 178.1 - Textbooks
- E 178.2 - Outlines, syllabi, etc.
For chronology see E174.5
- E 178.25 - Examinations, questions, etc.
- E 178.3 - Juvenile works
Including collections of stories from American history for children
See also PE1127.H5+ English readers on U.S. history
- E 178.4 - Comic & satirical works
Including humor of American history
- E 178.5 - Pictorial works
- E 178.6 - Addresses, essays, lectures, etc.
- E 179 - General special
Including topics such as disasters, floods, pageants, vigilance committees
etc., in general not otherwise provided for
E 179.5 Historical geography
Including Boundaries (General), the frontier, history of territorial expansion,
public domain, regionalism
For anthropogeography see GF503+
See also E713 Expansion controversy, imperialism, etc.
See also JK2556 Territorial government & administration
E 180-180.5 History of states & counties, collectively
E 181 Military history
Including battles of more than two wars
Including military societies, veterans' organizations, etc. covering
more than one war
Including military biography not limited to one war
For military history of individual wars, see the war, e.g.,
E230-239 Revolution; E470-478 Civil War
See also U52+ Biography (Military science)
E 182 Naval history (U.S. Navy & Marine Corps)
For naval history of individual wars, see the war, e.g.,
E271 Revolution; E591-600 Civil War
For naval history of the 20th century see E746
See also V62+ Biography (Naval science)
E 183-183.3 Political history
Political history of a period or administration is classed with the period
or administration, e.g., E188 Colonial history; E801 Hoover's administration
- E 183.3 - Political collectibles. Political Americana

E 183.7-183.9 - Diplomatic history. Foreign & general relations

General works on the diplomatic history of a period or administration are classed with the period or administration, e.g., E313 Washington's administration; E661.7 Period since the Civil War; E744 20th century
All works on relations with a specific country are classed in E183.8 regardless of administration or period

Call Number Subject
E 183.8.A-Z Relations with individual countries, A-Z
E 183.8.A3 - Afghanistan
E 183.8.A7 - Argentina
E 183.8.A8 - Australia
E 183.8.B7 - Brazil
E 183.8.C15 - Cambodia
E 183.8.C2 - Canada
E 183.8.C4 - Chile
E 183.8.C5-C6 - China
E 183.8.C7 - Colombia
E 183.8.C8 - Costa Rica
E 183.8.C9 - Cuba
E 183.8.D6 - Dominican Republic
E 183.8.E35 - Egypt
E 183.8.E8 - Ethiopia
E 183.8.F8 - France
E 183.8.G3 - Germany
E 183.8.G7 - Great Britain
E 183.8.G8 - Greece
E 183.8.G9 - Guatemala
E 183.8.H2 - Haiti
E 183.8.I4 - India
E 183.8.I5 - Indonesia
E 183.8.I55 - Iran
E 183.8.I57 - Iraq
E 183.8.I6 - Ireland
E 183.8.I7 - Israel
E 183.8.I8 - Italy
- E 183.8.J3 - Japan
- E 183.8.K6-K7 - Korea. South Korea. North Korea
- E 183.8.L3 - Laos
- E 183.8.L75 - Libya
- E 183.8.M6 - Mexico
- E 183.8.N5 - Nicaragua
- E 183.8.N6 - Norway
- E 183.8.P18 - Pakistan
- E 183.8.P19 - Palestine
- E 183.8.P2 - Panama
- E 183.8.P4 - Peru
- E 183.8.P5-P6 - Philippines
- E 183.8.P7 - Poland
- E 183.8.P9 - Puerto Rico
- E 183.8.R8 - Romania
- E 183.8.R9 - Russia
- E 183.8.S25 - Saudi Arabia
- E 183.8.S6 - South Africa
- E 183.8.S65 - Soviet Union
- E 183.8.S7 - Spain
- E 183.8.S95 - Syria
- E 183.8.T3 - Taiwan
- E 183.8.T8 - Turkey
- E 183.8.V3 - Venezuela
- E 183.8.V5 - Vietnam
E 183.9 Other

E 184-184.2 - Elements in the population

Including racial, ethnic, and religious groups that have  significance in the history of the United States, and  including collective and individual biography of members of  these groups

Call Number Subject
E 184.A-Z Elements, A-Z
- E 184.A1 - General works
Including foreign elements (General), minorities, race conflicts, & problems
- E 184.A2 - Acadians. Cajuns
- E 184.A24 - Africans
For African Americans, see E184.4+ E441+ or class F
For works on African Americans in the U.S. in general or in individual regions
or states, see E185.5+ or E441+
If the pertinent number in F provides for an A-Z arrangement for elements
in the population, assign ".N4"
- E 184.A65 - Arabs
- E 184.A7 - Armenians
- E 184.A75 - Asians
- E 184.B15 - Basques
- E 184.B67 - Bohemians. Czechs
- E 184.B68 - Brazilians
- E 184.B7 - British
Including the English
For other nationalities, see the nationality, e.g., E184.S3 Scotch
- E 184.C27 - Caribbeans
- E 184.C3 - Catholics
- E 184.C5 - Chinese
- E 184.C97 - Cubans
- E 184.D6 - Dominicans (Dominican Republic)
- E 184.D9 - Dutch
- E 184.E2 - East Indians
- E 184.E95 - Europeans
- E 184.F4 - Filipinos
- E 184.F5 - Finns
- E 184.F8 - French
- E 184.G3 - Germans
- E 184.G7 - Greeks
- E 184.H27 - Haitians
- E 184.H55 - Hmong
- E 184.H95 - Hungarians
- E 184.I5 - Iranians
- E 184.I6 - Irish
- E 184.I8 - Italians
- E 184.J3 - Japanese
- E 184.J5 - Jews
See E184.3+
- E 184.K45 - Khmers. Cambodians
- E 184.K6 - Koreans
- E 184.M44 - Melungeons
- E 184.M45 - Mennonites. Amish
For the Mennonite Church see BX8116+
- E 184.M5 - Mexicans
- E 184.M88 - Muslims
  - Negroes
See E184.5+, E441+ or class F
- E 184.N55 - Nigerians
- E 184.O6 - Orientals
See E184.A75
- E 184.P7 - Poles
- E 184.P85 - Puerto Ricans
- E 184.R9 - Russians
- E 184.S15 - Salvadorans
- E 184.S18 - Scandinavians
- - E 184.S2 - - Norwegians
- - E 184.S23 - - Swedes
- E 184.S3 - Scotch. Scots
- E 184.S4 - Scots-Irish
- E 184.S5 - Serbs
- E 184.S6 - Slavs
See also E184.B67 Bohemians. Czechs; E184.P7 Poles; E184.R9 Russians;
E184.S5 Serbs; E184.S64 Slovaks; E184.U5 Ukrainians
- E 184.S69 - South Asians
- E 184.S75 - Spanish Americans. Hispanic Americans. Latin Americans
See also E184.M5 Mexicans
- E 184.S77 - Sudanese
- E 184.S98 - Syrians
- E 184.T35 - Taiwanese
- E 184.U5 - Ukrainians
- E 184.V53 - Vietnamese
- E 184.W54 - West Indians
E 184.2 Americans in foreign countries
Americans in a particular country are classified with that country

E 184.3-184.37 - Jews

Call Number Subject
E 184.3 Periodicals
E 184.35-184.355 History (General). General works
For history of Judaism in the U.S., see BM205+
- E 184.3512-184.355 - By period
- - E 184.3512 - - Colonial period to 1776
- - E 184.353 - - 1880-1925
- - E 184.354 - - 1925-1945
- - E 184.355 - - 1945-
E 184.36.A-Z Special topics, A-Z
- E 184.36.A34 - African American-Jewish relations
Antisemitism see DS146.U6
- E 184.36.E84 - Ethnic identity
For relations between American Jews & Israel see DS132
- E 184.36.P64 - Politics & government
- E 184.36.S65 - Social conditions. Social life & customs
For religious life see BM723+
- E 184.36.W64 - Women
E 184.37 Biography & memoirs
- E 184.37.A1-.A19 - Collective
- E 184.37.A2-Z - Individual, A-Z

E 184.5-185.98 - African Americans

Including works on free African Americans in the U.S. before 1863

Call Number Subject
  Periodicals, societies, etc.
See E185.5
E 184.5 Congresses
E 184.6 Collections. Sources
E 184.65 Historiography
E 184.7 Study & teaching. African American studies
E 185 General works. History (General)
See also E441+ Slavery in the U.S.; E448 Colonization; E453 Emanicipation;
GN645 Black race (Anthropology); HT973.2+ Slave trade (General);
HV3181+ Protection, assistance & relief for African Americans;
LC2701+ Education of African Americans
E 185.18-185.615 History (By period)
- E 185.18 - To 1863
- E 185.2 - 1863-1877
- E 185.5-185.61 - 1877-1964. Reconstruction to Civil Rights Act of 1964
- - E 185.5 - - Periodicals Societies. Collections
Including periodicals & societies before emancipation, and post 1964
- - E 185.53 - - Museums. Exhibitions, etc.
- - E 185.6 - - General works
- - E 185.61 - - Race relations
Including attitudes, discriminations, loyalties, prejudices; civil rights;
interracial cooperation, movements & practices; segregation
For relations with Indians see E98.R28
For relations with Jewish Americans see E184.36.A34
See also BP221+ Black Muslims; JK1924+ African American suffrage;
LC212.5+ Racial segregation in schools
- E 185.615 - 1964-
Including race relations
For periodicals, societies, etc. see E185.5
E 185.62-185.89 Special topics
- E 185.62 - Intermarriage of races. Miscegenation. Mulattoes
- E 185.625 - Psychosocial factors. Race identity
- E 185.63 - African Americans in the Armed Forces
See also: D639.N4 World War I; E269.N3 Revolution; 
E540.N3, Civil War (Union Army); E585.A35 Civil War (Confederate Army);
E725.5.N3 Spanish-American War
  - Crime. Delinquency
See HV6197.A+
  - Religion. African American churches
For African American religions not limited to Christianity see BL1+
For Black Muslims see BP221+
For African American churches (General), African American clergy, see BR563.N4
For missions to African Americans see BV2766+ and BV2783
For individual Christian sects, denominations local churches see BX1+
- E 185.8 - Economic conditions
- E 185.86 - Social conditions. Social life & customs
Including family, women, youth, children, etc.
- E 185.89.A-Z - Other topics, A-Z
  - - Gay African Americans
See HQ76.27.A37
  - - Housing
See HD7293+
- - E 185.89.I56 - - Intellectual life
- - E 185.89.R45 - - Reparations
E 185.9-185.93 By region, state, etc.
- E 185.9 - African Americans in the North
- E 189.912 - African Americans in the Appalachian Region
- E 189.917 - African Americans in New England
- E 189.92 - African Americans in the South
For pre-1964 material see E185
For post-1964 material see E185.615
- E 189.925 - African Americans in the West
- E 189.93.A-W - By state, A-W
For slavery in an individual state see E445.A+
- - E 189.93.A3 - - Alabama
- - E 189.93.A8 - - Arkansas
- - E 189.93.C2 - - California
- - E 189.93.D6 - - District of Columbia
- - E 189.93.F5 - - Florida
- - E 189.93.G4 - - Georgia
- - E 189.93.I2 - - Illinois
- - E 189.93.I4 - - Indiana
- - E 189.93.K16 - - Kansas
- - E 189.93.L6 - - Louisiana
- - E 189.93.M2 - - Maryland
- - E 189.93.M6 - - Mississippi
- - E 189.93.N56 - - New York
- - E 189.93.N6 - - North Carolina
- - E 189.93.O2 - - Ohio
- - E 189.93.S7 - - South Carolina
- - E 189.93.T4 - - Texas
- - E 189.93.V8 - - Virginia
E 185.96-185.98 Biography. Genealogy
- E 185.96 - Collective
- E 185.97.A-Z - Individual, A-Z
- - E 185.97.B34 - - Bethune, Mary McLeod
- - E 185.97.D73 - - Du Bois, W.E.B.
- - E 185.97.G3 - - Garvey, Marcus
- - E 185.97.K5 - - King, Martin Luther, Jr.
- - E 185.97.L5 - - X, Malcolm
- - E 185.97.R27 - - Randolph, A. Philip
- - E 185.97.R63 - - Robeson, Paul
- - E 185.97.T8 - - Truth, Sojourner
- - E 185.97.W4 - - Washington, Booker T.
- - E 185.97.W55 - - Wells, Ida B.
- E 185.98 - Biography of persons other than African Americans
identified primarily with African Americans

E186-199 - Colonial history, 1607-1775

From earliest permanent English settlements on the Atlantic Coast to the American Revolution
Including the thirteen colonies

Call Number Subject
E 186 Periodicals. Societies
E 187 Collections. Collected works
Including monographs, essays, documents, sources
E 187.5 Biography. Collective. Genealogy
E 188 General works
E 188.5 Addresses, essays, lectures, sermons, etc.
E 189 Minor works
E 191-199 By period
- E 191 - 1607-1689
- E 195-199 - 1689-1775
- - E 196 - - King William's War, 1689-1697
- - E 197 - - Queen Anne's War, 1702-1713
- - E 198 - - King George's War, 1744-1748
- - E 199 - - French & Indian War, 1754-1763