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History 132 - US Women, Gender and Sexuality

History 132 - US Women, Gender and Sexuality

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ARTICLES

America: History and Life - Scholarly articles, reviews, dissertations, and collections in US and Canadian history from pre-history to present, most with abstracts and some full-text; 1964-present . 

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JSTOR The Scholarly Journal Archive  - digitized archives of core scholarly journals, starting with the very first issues, many of which date from the 1800s. The full text of  journal articles are scanned and available online. JSTOR is not a current issues database - it does not include the past 1-5 years.              
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PRIMARY SOURCES

Primary sources include diaries, letters, speeches, autobiographies, documents, interviews, newspaper articles, photographs created as part of, or during an event, crisis or time period.  Check out this page for more information about primary sources.

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CITING

Researchers use standard consistent citation formats to identify books, articles, etc., consulted and to give credit to their authors. As a university student, you are expected to follow the same guidelines. 

See the Library's
Cite your sources  guide for help with the most common formats. Professors in history and some humanities courses usually require The Chicago Manual of Style.

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