HIST200_primary_sources - History 200: Primary Sources...

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History 200: Primary Sources [Electronic Resources] Requires USC network connection. Go to http://www.usc.edu/e_resources/isd/ Accessible Archives : archival 18th- and 19th century Northeast newspaper resources. Cultural Materials (RLG) : primary source materials in high-quality digital form. Early Encounters in North America : full text collection of documents dating from 1600-1800. HarpWeek : electronically reproduced and enhanced pages of Harper’s Weekly from The Civil War Era and Reconstruction I and II (1857-1874). History Resource Center US : full-text periodicals, newspapers, primary source documents, radio/television transcripts, streaming audio and video clips, professional development tools, and student research tools. *In the search result screen, make sure to open the “Primary Sources” tab. LEXIS-NEXIS Academic Universe : full text business, financial, legal, medical, biographical, government and domestic and international newspaper resources. *You can search for federal and state court cases by filling in party names in boxes under “Get a Case” (put in, for example, Smith v. Allwright [see Wexler, pp. 25-26]).
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This note was uploaded on 09/27/2008 for the course HIST 200gm taught by Professor Shammas during the Spring '05 term at USC.

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HIST200_primary_sources - History 200: Primary Sources...

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