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Welcome to your online American Nation 2 Guide at Story Library.

This Guide has been designed to provide you with library resources, internet resources, and research tools, including a Turabian style guide. 

If you have questions, you can email, call, or text your librarians.  We are here to assist you!

Where to Start with Your History Research Topic

  • Research steps (paraphrased from Rael's Guide)
    • 1st step: find a historical question worth answering (usually by reading secondary sources to gain knowledge of subject)
    • 2nd step: once question is identified, primary historical sources should be identified that address the question asked.
    • 3rd step: once primary sources are found, one must read to understand, then collate information into a format that is accessible and that indicates a gaining of knowledge and a solution to the initial problem/question asked. 


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  • TRAVELER electronic databases provided by Arkansas State Library.
  • This project is made possible by a grant from U.S. Institute of Museum and Library Services to the Arkansas State Library under the provisions of the Library Services and Technology Act. Additional state funds are provided by the Arkansas Department of Education.

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