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Eugène Delacroix - Liberty Leading the People (28th July 1830) - WGA6177

Eugène Delacroix, Liberty Leading the People (28 July 1830) (1830)

Welcome to research on the 19th Century at the University of Toronto!

This Libguide provides a selective list of 19th century resources available at the University of Toronto Libraries.  You'll find a wide range of books, microform, primary and secondary sources, and online resources referencing life in the 19th century, regardless of subject or geographic area.

Please note the timeline distinctions in 19th century studies:

  • The 19th century typically refers to 1800-1899
  • The "long 19th century" covers approximately 1789-1914, to include the French Revolution (1789) and the beginning of the First World War (1914)

Important contacts

Need help?  Here are some important contacts who can assist you:

Consultations and help via email:

patricia.bellamy@utoronto.ca

Research help:

Robarts Library Reference Department, rob.ref@utoronto.ca; 416-978-6215

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