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Welcome to the Research Guide for HIST114

Why study history? How do I read a document?

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  • Why Study History?
    From the American Historical Association
  • How to Read a Document
    From the College of Liberal Arts, University of Florida
    Kishlansky, Mark A. Sources of World History, Volume 1, Third Edition. New York: Longman Publishers, 2003

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