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HIST 3790: Research Methods and Historiography: Home

This guide compiles library and Internet resources that may be useful in completing the assignments in the HIST 3790 course.

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Overview

This research guide pulls together a variety of sources you may want to use if you're conducting historical research into for the HIST 3790 course. 

Want to know where to start your research?  If you're looking for Primary Sources, you'll find pages under that tab for Books, Articles, Newspapers, Archival Resources, or Internet Sites.

If you're looking for Secondary Sources, you'll find pages under that tab for Books and Articles.

Under U.S. Government Information, you'll find pages for U.S. State Department, Presidential Documents, and  Congressional Resources.

Looking for historical data, check out the Historical Data tab.

In you need more assistance, contact Carol Singer or see the options on the AskUs! page.

Author of this LibGuide

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Maureen Barry
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