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abstrkt's picture
Joined: Jul 2005
Need help locating primary sources

My topic is: The growth of the infant industries of America after the war of 1812.

If anyone can help me find primary sources pertaining to this topic, or newspapers & magazine articles, I'd greatly appreciate it.

Thank you.

pianogirl2422's picture
Joined: Mar 2005

My suggestion is to go to your school's library. Ask a librarian to help you and on every school computer there should be programs and databases that are excellent for research. My personal favorites are Galileo, Big Chalk Library, and EBSCO. Any ways, your librarians at school should be able to show you how to get articles and even encyclopedia articles from thier computers.

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