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Library User Guides
- Citing References: Turabian Style
Examples of citing sources using Turabian citation style, taken from A Manual for Writers of Term Papers, Theses, and Dissertations, (7th edition), by Kate L. Turabian. Available at the Andersen Library Reference Desk, call number LB2369 .T8 2007.
- Finding Primary Sources for Historical Research
A guide for finding primary source materials (books, articles, government documents, laws, etc.) in Andersen Library on historical topics. Information is also provided about resources in the Library's Area Research Center and borrowing materials from the State Historical Society Archives.
- Finding Secondary Sources for Historical Research
A guide for finding secondary source materials in Andersen Library on historical topics: using subject bibliographies, finding subject encyclopedias and dictionaries, and examples of history journals and library article indexes and databases related to history.
- Finding Historical Newspaper Articles
A guide for finding historical newspaper articles, including Wisconsin newspapers, as well as other state, national, and international newspapers.
- Scholarly Journal vs. Popular Magazine Articles
How to tell the difference between a scholarly and a popular (i.e., non-scholarly) periodical article.