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A Guide to Historical Research
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Introduction to Historical Study  
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Historical Research
Primary and Secondary Documents
LibraryPrimary Sources: Books, Maps, Documents and other materials by the person, government or business who are actually involved with the event.
Secondary Sources: Books and other related works which are about a person, government or business during an historical event.
Social Studies  Historical Research Website Evaluation LIbrary
Social Studies Historical Method Evaluation Library
Reference World History American History
Research Reference World History American History
Online Resources 
HD.gov  History 122   Virtual Training Tutorial  
AllPsych  DoHistory  Historical Approach  
Wikipedia Basic Information  Wikipedia Comparative Research 
Wikipedia Historical Methods  North Carolina State University 
Learning Historical Research  Historical Research and Writing 
University of Washington Library 
Document Centers 
Avalon Project  EURO Documents   Links to World Documents 
USA.gov  National Archive  Library of Congress 
Secular Web  Fordham University  University of Oklahoma 
Thomas  Historical Text  Our Documents
National Center 
Primary Sources  
Wikipedia  Do History  Library of Congress  Using Historical Sources
Secondary Sources 
Lit Web  Wikipedia   Teaching History   English Comp 2   
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