Mini Research Paper
January 15, 2013 | By Beth Merrill | Impressions: 37 |
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The History Reference Center (EBSCO) is going to take a little more effort, but it is well worth it. Here’s how you do it step -by-step: Click on EBSCO Click on the History Reference Center . This is what you will see. Follow these directions closely: Enter in the Search Box – Revolutionary War – Click Search New page, lots of results – On the left hand navigation bar click the box next to Full Text Now, scroll down on the left hand navigation bar and find SUBJECTS – Click the arrow The box will expand and will say Show More – Click on Show More Now a box in the middle will appear with many choices. These are the choices you need to click on: o France o Slavery o Indians of North America o United States Navy o American Loyalists Click the UPDATE button – You should have about 40 articles. Below are listed some really good articles that you will find here when you look under different subjects.
Why use a DATABASE?? We love Google. It’s free, it’s fast. Yay. But, are things that are free always the BEST??? Not always!! Let’s think about the DEEP INTERNET. You pay for this, but you have to pay for most things that are good.
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