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Search the F&M Library Catalog to discover reference books in our collection.

Search example 1:

SUBJECT: europe$  LOCATION: reference area

Search example 2:

WORD OR PHRASE: "sexual violence"  LOCATION: reference area

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Subtype Limits: any audience: NOT JUVENILE  any content: NOT FICTION

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