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So you found a citation to an article or book that you found or your professor gave you, now what?
This guide is here to help you get started with finding scholarly resources for your research paper. This guide includes information about key time periods with their associated sites and important citations. Look at the subtabs under the "Key Periods, Sites, and Citations" tab for this information organized by time period. The resources listed are just to get you started, if you don't find everything you need here- that's okay! This list is not meant to be exhaustive. The rest of the guide will give you some advice on different databases to look in for more resources, as well as how to search in them, and how to cite things once you've found them
This guide provides lots of starting points for you research, but where can you go to find more? Your librarian recommendations: