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US History I (Gauthier)  

This guide is intended for the students in Professor Gauthier's US History I courses. If you wish to duplicate information on this guide, please contact Christina Connor (
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In this guide you will:

  • Learn about the research process of history
  • Understand how to find and evaluate approrpiate sources, both primary and secondary
  • Learn proper citation style for historians
  • Become familiar with where to go when you get stuck


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