Use library research databases to find articles in scholarly journals. Select the Print Indexes tab for indexes/abstracts that cover longer time periods than the online databases.
These print index/abstracts cover a longer time span than most of the electronic indexes.
An index is simply a list (by subject/alphabet) of basic information about articles found in magazines, journals, books, newspapers, etc. The information will include the article title, author, publication title, month/volume, day, page number, etc. That's called a citation.
An abstract is exactly the same except that there is a short paragraph describing each article -- a summary.
Once you have the citation, you'll use the library catalog to see if UNF has the journal, book, etc.
This multi-volume set covers all history subjects. Select your category and scan the alphabetical index. The year, volume and page numbers are immediately evident. The journals are listed by code number. The journal codes are found on the front and back inside covers. Use the UNF catalog to see if the Library has the journal and the year you need.
Authors and subjects are arranged in one alphabet. The list of journals indexed is listed on the inside front cover. Use the UNF catalog to see if the Library has the journal and the year you need.
Use the Table of Contents to find your subject area. Use the Contents to find the page of Serials Cited to find the list of journals indexed. Use the UNF catalog to see if the Library has the journal and the year you need.