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Need to understand the difference between primary and secondary sources?
This research guide pulls together a variety of sources you may want to use if you're conducting historical research.
Want to know where to start your research? Click on the above tabs to find lists of resources and related information about Books, Articles, Newspapers, Government Documents, Archival Resources, Microform Collections, or Internet Sites. If you're trying to find a review of a history book, click on the Book Reviews tab under the Books tab.
Guides To Doing Historical Research
Looking for an online guide to doing historical research?
Citing Your Sources
Chicago Manual of Style Online
The 17th Edition of the Chicago Manual of Style, a citation and presentation style often used in the Arts & Humanities.
Digital Humanities Tutorials
The Programmng Historian
At this web site you'll find tutorials on how to use Python and other programs, do text analysis, make Omeka exhibits, and other topics of interest to digital historians.