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HIST 4797: Honors Methods and Practice

This course will teach you how to approach the researching and writing of an honors history thesis

Periodicals on Microform

Microfilm is "a length of film containing microphotographs of a newspaper, catalog, or other document."  It is a low-cost, reliable, long-term, standardized image storage medium.  You may sometimes need microfilm or microfiche to access historical newspapers, magazines or other documents for your research.

Microfilm Readers

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Most libraries have some microfilm holdings.  Microfilm readers are available on the second floor of the library.

Newspapers and Magazines