World Cat is an online database of over 10,000 library catalogs – books and other things. Older librarians may recall the OCLC (
For instance, at the homepage, a simple search for the word "
An advanced search allows you to control for keyword, author, title, subject, ISBN, format, publication date, content, audience, and language. A search for < keyword:
Click that title and you find UT-Pan American has the book. (Other titles have scads of holding libraries. If you have an account, the libraries nearest you will be at the top of the list.)
BUILDING A BIBLIOGRAPHY
There are many other search options, but it is useful to know that you can build and save bibliographies of your selections. You can create a World Cat account. It is free and easy. Once you have performed a search, you can click each title you wish on your list, save it to a list which you can name yourself, and, voila, those titles are saved, as in an account I opened to keep titles on African Texana for children and teenagers. That account is at http://www.worldcat.org/profiles/WillHoward48/lists where you can see several sub-categories and that I have copied them into a single list called Skywriting.