(Fact: Dr. King's real birth date is January 15th)
Dr. Martin Luther King's annual holiday on the third Monday in January is about to approach us all in the Chestnut Hill College Community. However, Logue Library would like to focus on the Historical Perspective of Dr. King's of his legacy.
There have been so many authors throughout the world who have taken the time to get a pen, paper, typewriter or computer to create a book that reflects this historical figure.
In fact if you were a History Major at our college you will find many resources that reflect this topic. You could gather all of your resources from Logue Library to make a pretty good research paper!
So on the 25 anniversary of this National Holiday the Logue Library would like to focus on the books that reveal the life and work of Martin Luther King Jr.
If you search on the topic of "Martin Luther King, Jr. and History" you will see over 200 results in our catalog which includes 122 eBooks and 84 Print Books on this topic.
Here are a few of the books on this topic below:
Feel free to comment on this blog.
What books listed above would you most likely read?
Posted by J. Presley, Systems Management Librarian