Looking for something?

Today I’d like to show you a couple of links…one that came across my e-mail inbox last week, and another that I’ve been using for years! Both are part of the Centre for Newfoundland Studies website.

  • Places in Newfoundland and Labrador – The Centre for Newfoundland Studies has a new page with listings of communities throughout NL, including communities no longer populated. A handy resource for anybody curious about NL communities!
  • Periodical Article Bibliography – This is a link I refer people to a lot. If you’re looking to find something in the pages of Them Days, this is your best online resource.

How do you search for Them Days content, you ask?

Well, first of all, when you click on the link, you go to a page that looks like this:

Periodical Article Bibliography front page

Periodical Article Bibliography front page


Click the button that says “Search the Periodical Article Bibliography”.

It will bring you to a new page. Click Advanced Search on the left-hand side.

Click Advanced Seach

Click Advanced Seach

In the All field, type in what you’re looking for. In this case, we’re going to look up Caroline Jacque. Then, in the Journal Title field, type Them Days. This way, you’ll only get results from Them Days magazine. Click Search.

Search for Caroline Jacque in Them Days

Search for Caroline Jacque in Them Days

Taa-dah!

Our resutls!

Our resutls!

The Periodical Article Bibliography is a great resource for a quick search of Them Days. We have two paper indexes that go into much more detail up to Vol. 20, No. 4, but oftentimes, you get what you need by following the above steps. Happy searching!

Aimee

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