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Dinosaurs and Paleontology: A Resource Guide

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Harris & Ewing, photographer. Dinosaur Skeleton. Between 1913 and 1917. Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division.

Additional works on dinosaurs may be identified by browsing the Library of Congress Online Catalog using the appropriate subject headings. Choose the topics you wish to search from the following list of Library of Congress subject headings to link directly to the catalog and automatically execute a search for the subject selected. Please be aware that during periods of heavy use you may encounter delays.

For assistance in locating other subject headings which relate to Dinosaurs, please use our Ask a Librarian service.

Browse Using Highly Relevant Subject Headings

The following selected terms will execute searches in the Library of Congress Online catalog, providing lists of materials that have been assigned particular subject headings.

Browse Types of Dinosaurs

Many relevant books will be found under the subject heading of "Dinosaurs," but you can search the name of the individual dinosaur name as well. Below are some examples:

Browse Using Locations

You can search the name of specific locations of dinosaur finds as well. Below are some examples of locations: