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HIST 123: U.S Women's History Since 1877

Prof. Annette Igra - Winter 2018

Use Your Secondary Literature

  • Historians carefully document their sources in footnotes and bibliographies. You can get a good sense of not only specific primary sources that may allow you to explore a topic, but you can also get a general sense of the kinds of sources historians have used to research a topic.
     
  • From the secondary literature, you can identify individuals, places, institutions, and organizations important to your topic. This information will assist you in searching for primary sources in online catalogs.

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