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For many additional resources for history teachers and teaching history, see the Teaching Social Studies in the Secondary School course guide.
Wisconsin Historical Society and National History Day). Contains accounts of North American exploration, including the words of explorers, Indians, missionaries, traders, and settlers. Rare books, original manuscripts, and images are some of the resources found here. Resources for teachers are included under the Teachers tab at the top of the home page.
(George Mason University). "Designed for high school and college teachers and students, History Matters serves as a gateway to web resources and offers other useful materials for teaching U.S. history." This site features an annotated guide to history websites divided by topic and time period, annotated syllabi for teaching history courses, examples of web-based assignments, and more. Annotated links to primary documents in text, image, and audio also provided.
Library User Guides for Historical Research
Citing in Turabian Style
Whether you choose to quote or paraphrase sources you use in your research paper, you must cite each one. For rules and examples of Turabian citation style, look here:
Sometimes students will use online citation formatters provided free on the Web or within a library database. If you use one of these online formatters, remember that they are not foolproof. You will need to review your citations to make sure they are correct.