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Our catalog is named after Scholaticat, the legendary monastic feline (feles bibliothecia - the "cat of the library"). Stop by the Library and pick up a Scholasticat tee-shirt today.
ScholastiCAT This link opens in a new window
ScholastiCAT is the Library's catalogue, a listing of its books by author, title, & subject. Videos are also included. ScholastiCAT will search all of our print books, our video & media, and a portion of our e-books collections.
Library of Congress Subject Headings (LCSH) has been actively maintained since 1898 to catalog materials held at the Library of Congress & libraries across the United States.
Search the collections of over 60 academic & public libraries. Use the "request item" link to have book delivered to our Library for pick-up.
Search the combined collections of the libraries of 14 countries. Because of the national & international scope of this collection, our ability to borrow titles for you may have restrictions. Use our Interlibrary Loan form to request a title.
HathiTrust Digital Library This link opens in a new window
HathiTrust is a partnership of academic & research institutions, offering a collection of millions of titles digitized from libraries around the world. Many of these (mostly pre-1923 books) are fully available to the researcher.
Google Books This link opens in a new window
Search digitized books and magazines in the public domain.
eBooks Minnesota This link opens in a new window
eBooks on a wide variety of subjects for readers of all ages, featuring content from Minnesota's independent publishers
Duluth Public Library
Homepage of the Duluth Public Library - a best bet for local history & pleasure reading.
University of Minnesota Duluth
The other academic library. CSS students may use the UMD library after obtaining a special borrower's card (no cost). Remember, CSS students - don't assume UMD has something we do not have because it's "bigger." Start with the CSS Library.