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When you find useful books, articles, and primary sources for your project, make sure to add the citations to your bibliography using your personal RefWorks account. You can store citations and notes in the account and print your bibliography in the required style [Turabian - Notes and Bibliography].

When you find useful web sites, make sure to save them using your personal Delicious account.

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Welcome to the Historical Methods Research Guide!

This Guide is intended to help students in HIST 2600: Historical Methods design and carry out successful research projects on a topic in history. Each section of the course defines a broad subject area within which students can select a specific topic for their project, and this guide is for the section on the World War I era (circa 1890-1922).

Each page in this Guide covers finding tools for identifying and using both secondary and primary sources in history, with an emphasis on materials useful for topics in the World War I era.

If you have any questions moving forward, please feel free to contact me using the information on the right. I am happy to assist you with any aspect of your project.

The Battle of the Somme (British Documentary Film, 1916)

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