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CMC History 124 What is Political?: Rethinking American Politics Since 1900 (Geismer SP 12)  

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Primary Resources in US History

Primary sources of all types can also be found in regular, circulating books. To find collected documents on a particular topic, try combining keywords for the topic you're researching with the words "sources," for example "central intelligence agency and sources"

Another rich source of primary materials is Honnold/Mudd Special Collections  and its librarians Carrie Marsh and Lisa Crane (who is also the Western Americana Librarian)
 
 

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Please feel free to contact Adam Rosenkranz, History Subject Specialist, through the library Help Widget, or when I'm offline, email me or call me at
909-607-8986 (x73986)
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British Government Publications at Honnold/Mudd

Honnold/Mudd has an historica collection of British goverment public documents and publications, including Parliamentary Papers and the Calendars of State Papers. Consult with Adam or Professor Woods on how to use this collection.

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