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Welcome to the Credo LibGuides! Credo’s team has worked hard to build out this guide with content specifically related to British History.

Whether you’re a librarian or an end-user, we know you’ll be amazed at the breadth and organization of citable, accurate information we’ve put together.  Visit each tab to find Credo Topic Pages featuring additional content around this particular subject area. 

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Essentials Collections and Add-on Content

Did you know Credo offers more content? Essentials Collections are subscription collections curated to include the "best of the best" content in specific subject areas. Credo also offers thousands of carefully selected books as Add-on Content available for perpetual purchase. Essentials and Add-on purchased books can be searched and viewed alongside the content you already have from Credo.

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