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Religious Studies 435 / History 486: Revivalism and Evangelicalism in America   Tags: american_history, evangelicalism, history, religious_studies  

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  1. To save you time, and
  2. To make your research more successful.

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Table of Contents

  1. Video Tutorials
    • Types of Sources & Where to Find Them: Primary Sources
    • Types of Sources & Where to Find Them: Secondary Sources
    • Why Use Anything Other than Google for Historical Research?
    • Analyzing a Topic
    • Search Queries in Library Databases
  2. Reference Sources
    • Introduction
    • Guides & Bibliographies
    • Encyclopedias & Dictionaries
    • Atlases, Statistics, & Directories
    • Biographies
  3. Books
    • The Online Catalog
    • Subject Headings
    • Some Example Subject Headings
    • Searching the Online Catalog
    • Shelf Browsing
    • Ebook Collections
  4. Periodicals
    • America: History & Life
    • Religion Database
    • Other Article Databases
    • Full Text Scholarly Journal Collections
    • Print & Microform Collections
  5. Newspapers
    • Finding Newspapers in the Library
    • Historical Newspapers
  6. Other Source Collections
    • Digital Collections
    • Microform Collections
  7. Citing Your Sources
    • Zotero
    • Chicago Style
    • Guides to Chicago Style

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