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U. S. History Databases in GoWYLD  

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  • Discover U.S. History and World History In Context  Icon
  • History Study Center 2014 (38 min)  Icon

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    This month’s webinar will focus on History Study Center. This resource contains a collection of digitized primary and secondary sources. It is suitable for a wide range of users, from high school students to researchers, and is great for quick and reliable facts on a historical topic, as well as, hard-to-find primary source texts. You’ll find reference books, essays, journal articles, historical newspaper and magazine articles, maps, rare books, government documents, transcripts of historical speeches, images and video clips covering ancient times to present. There are also Study Units covering 500 historical topics
  • 19th Century U. S. Newspapers (5:58)  Icon

    NOTE: The link to access this resource is now under Newsvault.
  • History Reference Center (6:42)  Icon
  • History Study center (26:00)  Icon
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    History Study Center is a collection of primary and secondary sources and covers global history from ancient times to the present day. Webinar will explore the historical documents, transcripts, video clips, articles and study units.
  • U. S. History In Context (7:53)  Icon
  • Wyoming History Day 2016
    We use the 2016 Wyoming History Day theme -- Exploration, Encounter, Exchange in History -- to explore some of our databases. In this webinar we look at several of the In Context databases (Science, Biography, World History), History Study Center, ProQuest Newspapers, and ProQuest Learning: Literature.

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