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References & research guides, USDA History

The materials listed here provide instructions and suggestions for using the collection, as well as access to additional resources about many of the people and topics that appear in the USDA History Collection.

  • Notes on the Finding Aid:   A HELP Page that describes what you will find in the finding aid, and how to make the most of your research in the USDA History Collection.
  • Reference Pages:  Pages compiled by the processing staff which provide additional information about people and subjects in the collection, including references to books and manuscript collections, and World Wide Web links.
  • AGRICOLA & ISIS:   Links to NAL's online database of bibliographic records, available either through the World Wide Web or Telnet link.