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HSS 300 - Personalities from Early America through the Civil War: Secondary Sources: E-Books, Journals, & Online Sources

Find E-Books

E-Book Databases: 

**In Noodleools, under new source, answer the questions like this for the correct citation form:  "Where is it?" > Database, "What is it?" > Book

E-Book Websites:

**In Noodleools, under new source, answer the questions like this for the correct citation form:  "Where is it?" > Website, "What is it?" > Book

Website Sources

Google can also be very useful for biographical information. However, it is important to Google WISELY. Remember the ABCs of website evaluation: authority, bias, and currency. If you are not sure if a website is legitimate or cite-able, just ask a librarian!

Did your person create or found an organization? Perhaps that organization has a page dedicated to that person and their history.

Museums can also be great places to go, even if your focus is not on art or an artist. Consider the following: 

Selected Databases for Biographical Research

Use these databases to locate general information about people that encountered a specific event and/or a specific person.