Colorado Agriculture Bibliography

Colorado’s contribution to the Preserving the History of United States Agriculture and Rural Life Project, directing you to information about Colorado's agricultural and rural past.

Search the Bibliography

Our searchable bibliography is currently in transition and not publicly available. 

During this time, we can search the bibliography for you. Please contact:

Other Resources

This bibliography does not comprehensively include records for books, articles, theses, dissertations, or other materials. Remember, this bibliography focuses on the period between 1820 and 1945. Depending on your research focus, you may also want to search the following databases. Contact your local university or public library for access.

These databases are not freely available on the Web.

You can freely search this database on the Web: WorldCat.

Contact us for more information if you are having difficulty with locating information on the Web site.

Locate Full Text

So now you’ve searched the bibliography, and found a book, thesis, or record that interests you. How are you going to get to the actual document?

  • Most of the records in this bibliography originated in WorldCat, and can be found there. WorldCat is a commercial database accessible through many public or university libraries. Consult your local library for access in your area. WorldCat will tell you what libraries hold the item. Click the linked OCLC number in the Accession Number or Notes fields to search for the item in WorldCat.
  • If your document is not locally available, try using the Interlibrary Loan (ILL) service at your local library.
  • If you don’t have access to WorldCat, Prospector may list information about the item you want. Prospector is a unified catalog of twenty three academic, public and special libraries in Colorado and Wyoming. Access to Prospector is free. If you locate an item in Prospector that you would like to see, contact your local library for Interlibrary Loan.
  • Can’t find it in WorldCat or Prospector? Check the Notes field in the record; this may give you a clue as to where the document lives. If you still can’t find something, contact us.
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