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HIST 2600: Great Depression and New Deal   Tags: hist_2600_a90  

This course will familiarize students with the history of the New Deal and how that history has been re-interpreted overtime.
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Primary and Secondary Sources

Primary means written at or near the time of the historical event.

Secondary means written many years later, probably by a scholar researching the historical event.

Article Databases

  • America: History and Life  
    Resources for history of US & Canada-See Historical Abstracts for world history.
  • JSTOR  
    Full text scholarly journals - social and general sciences, humanities.
  • Project Muse
    Scholarly journals and ebooks in the arts and humanities, social sciences and mathematics.

Google Scholar

  • Google Scholar  
    Google Scholar provides a simple way to broadly search for scholarly literature.

Research Tips

When using Academic Search Premier and Historical Abstracts, be sure to use "And" between the terms.  (E.g. Black death AND Italy)
Quotation Marks...
When using JSTOR an AND is automatically inserted between every word. To keep words together as a phrase, use quotation marks. (E.g. "Black death" Italy) 
An asterick at the end of a word can find alternate endings. (E.g. Jew* will find Jew, Jews, Jewish, etc)


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