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Practice of History: Social Movements and Protest in the United States

History, HST 290, Spring 2018, Candice Bredbenner

Citing Your Sources

Finding Primary Sources

An enormous number of primary source materials are available online, whether in library databases or freely online. Below are just a few of the places you can go to search for primary sources. Depending on your topic, some will be more useful to you than others, so be sure to read the descriptions and browse around in the various collections (and consult me for help).

Secondary Sources

Below is a link to the UNCW Library Catalog, as well as several secondary source databases that are useful for doing research in American history.