Explore Gale through 'Search' bar. Choose 'Content type' (books, journals, etc), limit to 'Full Text Documents', and narrow by 'Subject'. Continue to narrow using 'Subjects', 'Document Type', 'Search Within Results', etc. Topical documents and analysis are available from many different Gale Databases.
Explore ABC-CLIO Modern Era by 'Time Period' and by 'Topic' for primary documents, topical articles, and analysis. Site Search and Advanced Search functions are also available.
A collection of primary source, digitized documents relevant to the fields of law, history, economics, politics, diplomacy and government. Collected by the Lillian Goldman Law Library at Yale University.
A directory and database compiled to support learning and research for courses in modern Western Civilization and World Cultures, modern European, American, and Latin American history. Compiled by Paul Halsall at Fordham University.
Essentially a history book, created by Boundless for Lumen Learning, this indexed series of articles is a complete modern history course and covers many assigned research topics.
Students may use copy machine or cell phones to copy or photograph content as needed.
Source for copyright free book resources. (Choose "Tools", "Any books", and scroll down to select "Free Google books." If too many books in foreign language, use Advanced Search to narrow to English only
A study of European history, among other things, this book appears to describe effects upon environment created by the Industrial Revolution (Chap 3; pp 25-44). Written by Jacob Salwyn Schapiro
A directory and database of information about Napoleon and the Napoleonic Era compiled on behalf of the International Napoleonic Society
Create a free account to read up to 6 articles / month (OR THIS ARTICLE SIX TIMES)
Search Carefully. When choosing resources, consider the source and reliability of the information. Who is responsible and are they a reliable resource?
Most articles are not easily accessible but some are and we can sometimes pull specific articles from universities we may be able to access. JStor, for instance, offers 'free' access to 6 articles per month.
Online tool to track your sources, take notes, create outlines, and format Works Cited. Students need to follow instructions below to register.
Follow these instructions to: register for NoodleTools as Warsaw CSD student, to create your first project, and to share project with teacher
Headers, in-text citations, sample MLA Style research paper, and other formatting supports.