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First, take a look at the study guide created by the UGA History department for this exam:

http://history.uga.edu/usga-history-exam 

This study guide recommends reading Georgia Odyssey by James C. Cobb to prepare for the test. We have multiple copies available in print, online, and through Course Reserves.

If you have any trouble finding any of the titles on this list, please contact a reference librarian at mainref@uga.edu or 706-542-0633.

Print version:

Multiple copies of Georgia Odyssey are available in print. Undergraduate students can check it out for 28 days and renew it online twice. Use the location and call number below to find it on the shelf.
Location: Main Library, 4th floor
Call number: F286 .C7 2008
Availability: https://galileo-usg-uga-primo.hosted.exlibrisgroup.com:443/UGA:UGA:01GALI_USG_ALMA7189434590002931

eBook version:

If you would prefer to use an eBook version of Georgia Odyssey, you can access it using this link: https://galileo-usg-uga-primo.hosted.exlibrisgroup.com:443/UGA:UGA:01GALI_USG_ALMA51172420460002931 

Course Reserves:

Lastly, multiple copies of Georgia Odyssey are available in Course Reserves, which circulate on a limited basis to ensure all students have access to this item. You can access these copies of the book by going to the 1st floor of the Main Library and checking it out from the course reserves desk. You can check their availability here: https://galileo-usg-uga-primo.hosted.exlibrisgroup.com:443/UGA:UGA:01GALI_USG_ALMA7191261530002931 

 

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