Use the tools on this page to locate resources on the web.
Search Google Scholar to find citations to scholarly articles. While some articles are freely available via the web, many are not. If you find a useful article citation using Google Scholar, check the Berntsen Library's Journal Title Search to see if you can access the journal via the library. Otherwise, you may request the article via Inter-Library Loan by submitting a request through ILLiad.
Books published before 1923 are in the Public Domain, so the full-text of many historical books may be found via Google Book Search.
After you've located relevant resources, the next step is to write your paper, taking care to cite your sources correctly.
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