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General multi-purpose database. Good place for researching across the 4 specific historical lenses.
This is a great place for looking at primary source documents-read what journalists were writing about during the time! This database searches many major newspapers (like the NYTs) going back as far as the mid-1800s.
Offers images, documents, essays, and bibliographies which examine perspectives on women’s social movements and history. Good for cultural studies lens.
Especially with the biographical lens this is a great starting point. Use it like Wikipedia where you use references and/or links from the article to lead you deeper into a topic.
Primary Sources Portal
Citation tool that allows youto plug in information from a cited source to create standard bibliographic andin-text citations in MLA, APA and Chicago Styles.
Allows you to create aworking bibliography/works cited that you can access anytime online.
Portal website that providesguide for in-text citations and work consulted pages. Also provides answers onhow to format research papers (e.g. what does a Title page look like, etc).Covers citation for the 4 broad subject disciplines.
A quick guide to citingsources from the web in both MLA and APA style. Has links to other resourcepages.