You can use the article citation to find the full text.
Example: Catton, Theodore. "The Campaign to Establish Mount Rainier National Park, 1893-1899." The Pacific Northwest Quarterly 88, no. 2 (1997): 70-81.
Search the article title in Primo:
Then click view it to view the article.
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Search Primo. If the book you want has a green dot and the phrase, Available at Collins, then write down the call number. To locate the call number on a floor map, select the link, Library Map or go to the call number location chart. If you can't find the book, ask for help at the circulation desk.
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