Bastea - Hist 300 (Greece & Turkey)Bieber (Brazil)Bokovoy - HistoriographyGauderman (Early LA Women)Hall (Mexican Revolution)Hall (Modern Mexico)Historiography (History 491)Hutchison (Research Seminar)Ryan: Magic, Science... (HIST 300/500)Ryan (Middle Ages)Smith History (Methods)Steen Europe in the 17th Century (HIST 307)Early Modern European Cities (Dr. Steen)History 318 (Ryan)
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Welcome!  The purpose of this guide is to introduce useful research materials for the study of history. It is not intended to be a comprehensive list of resources, but to introduce beginning history researchers to categories of materials that are often used in research and to provide guidance for locating those materials.

Use the Table of Contents on the left or the tabs across the top to navigate through the guide. 

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