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Greta Streed March 8, 2010 Address and date of access: http://www.loc.gov/rr/hispanic/ghtreaty; 3/8/10 Author or contact person: The Library of Congress Researchers Link to local home page: Institution: Library of Congress Date of creation or revision: April 16,2009 Intended audience: People seeking information about the treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo, including a copy of the treaty itself, students doing research Purpose of the information: To explain the history of the treaty and its importance to the history of Mexico and the United States Criteria and scores for evaluation: Currency: The information was revised recently and all links are active and up to date Relevance: The information is useful in explaining the importance of the treaty and its effects on
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Unformatted text preview: history, the intended audience is anyone seeking research on the treaty and it provides information that is useful in researching the treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo Authority: The author is reliable because the website comes from the Library of Congress Researchers which is a well known organization that is reputable. Accuracy: The website contained no grammar or spelling errors, the author is reliable and based on what I know about the treaty I can verify that the information is correct. Purpose: The purpose is to inform about the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo the URL is a .gov so it is a government supported website and very reliable Total score and rationale:...
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