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The Library of Congress online catalog would seem like a good place to get the ISBN number of a book. However, the LC site is sometimes so busy that it blocks additional users from searching. The following, then, are some alternate databases to use in order to get ISBN numbers:
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*[http://www.amazon.com Amazon]
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The Library of Congress online Catalog sometimes blocks additional users from searching the ISBN (International Standard Book Number) on a book if the book has one.
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Here are some alternate databases where you can get the ISBN numbers:
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*[http://www.oclc.org/us/en/worldcat/default.htm OCLC/Worldcat]
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*[http://www.amazon.com Amazon]  
 
*[http://bookbutler.com/ Book Butler]
 
*[http://bookbutler.com/ Book Butler]
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The Library of Congress online Catalog sometimes blocks additional users from searching the ISBN (International Standard Book Number) on a book if the book has one.

Here are some alternate databases where you can get the ISBN numbers: