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HSS 300 - Indian Removal Act of 1830 and its after-effects in the US: Introduction: E-Reference Sources
The Indian Removal Act was signed into law in 1830 by President Andrew Jackson. Some tribes went peacefully, but many resisted relocation. This guide provides access to resources for those researching this time period in US History
This database provides biographical reference articles on more than 650,000 international figures from all times periods and areas of study. It will also link you to relevant popular and scholarly press articles.
In-depth reports written by award-winning journalists on controversial and important topics of the day, from 1923 to the present. Professionally fact-checked, topics include economics, social issues, international affairs, politics, civil rights, public policy, and more.
This reference database covers all aspects of daily life - material culture, social attitudes, crime, education, and more - in America, from the colonial era through the present.
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Generally, information develops from specific to broad. An event happens, people report on it, people analyze it, and it becomes a part of the historical narrative. Your research sources should move in the opposite direction, from broad to narrow.