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AMST 0175 Immigrant America  

Research Guide for FA13 AMST 175
Last Updated: Oct 6, 2013 URL: Print Guide RSS Updates

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Welcome to the AMST 0175 Research Guide! Click the tabs at the top or use the links below.

Overview of topics, how to contact your subject librarian, links to relevant research guides.

Books & Articles:
Best bets for finding scholarly articles and books on your topic.

Primary Sources:
Finding newspaper articles, periodicals of the time, and online collections (often include images). 

Chicago Style:
Use the Chicago Manual of Style online and see quick examples. Link to Zotero, a citation management tool.

Library and technology basics, research tutorials, and reference sources.


Additional Research Guides

American Studies Research Guide
Detailed list of resources for American Studies at Midd, grouped by content type. 

Citation and Style Guide
Provides an overview of why and how we cite, as well as practical introductions to APA, Chicago/Turabian, MLA, and other citation styles. Additional information on citation management tools (Zotero, RefWords) and plagiarism is provided.

Digitized Primary Sources
Online primary sources including periodicals, newspapers, maps, and other materials.

Library and Technology Guide
Take a quick tour of library and technology resources at Midd. This guide tells you the best places to study, where you can find computers, and tips for getting the most out of the library. The guide also provides a general introduction to LIS services, research basics, finding articles, books, reference sources, stats, and multimedia. Includes maps.

Reference Guide
Comprehensive list of Reference materials at Midd, including encyclopedias, dictionaries, government documents, maps, stats, and more.

Vermont Research Guide
Guide to materials about the history, politics, and culture of Vermont.

Subject Specialist

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