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HISTORY_395-0: The Age of American Revolutions, 1775-1825: The United States, Haiti, Latin America (Fitz): Getting Started

Getting started

Below are links to related research guides, including a how-to guide on using microfilm collections, links to the library's circulation policies, and citation support tools.

Other tabs on this library research guide contain links for helpful reference sources, guides to finding books in the library and scholarly journal articles in our databases, and links for databases of historical news sources and other primary source material. 

The last tab compiles links that are specifically those sources mentioned by Professor Fitz in the syllabus for your assignments for January 24 and 31.

Key Resources for History

Use this site to access information about borrowing and renewing procedures, policies, obtaining borrowing privileges, and more.

Citation Styles & Tools

History Subject Specialist

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Geoff Morse
Contact:
Geoff Morse
Research Services Manager
Northwestern University Library
Room 2624
2nd floor, east tower
1970 Campus Drive
Evanston, Illinois 60208-2300
phone: 847-467-1866
gmorse@northwestern.edu

Starting January 28, 2022 I will be available for drop in assistance Friday mornings from 10:30 am - 12:00 pm in Harris Hall, room 313.

For more library assistance please see the Library web site.
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Latin American Studies Librarian

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Michelle Guittar
Contact:
Main Library
Northwestern University
1970 Campus Dr
Evanston, IL 60208
847-491-8961