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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.
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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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