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LSU Special Collections, Hill Memorial Library

To support graduate research, the University boasts an excellent library and other resources. The LSU libraries contain nearly 3 million volumes, more than 4 million microform records, and a manuscript collection of more than 12 million items. The holdings are especially rich in published and unpublished materials relating to the lower Mississippi Valley, the South, and the American Civil War and Reconstruction. The LSU library serves as a U.S. Regional Depository, belonging to the prestigious Association of Research Libraries, and subscribes to a wide array of on-line resources. LOUIS, a statewide academic on-line library, provides access to many more databases and most of the academic libraries within Louisiana.

Civil War Book Review

LSU is also the editorial home of the Civil War Book Review, the journal of record for books about the antebellum, Civil War, and Reconstruction eras.

LSU Rural Life Museum

The LSU Rural Life Museum, "a publicly accessible center for the collection, preservation, and interpretation of the material culture, cultural landscapes, and vernacular architecture of Louisiana and the Lower Mississippi River Valley."

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