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This is a guide to help students in Professor Meyer's America in the Gilded Age and Progressive Era course navigate the library and find useful resources for their research.
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America in the Gilded Age and Progressive Era; HIS 217

Prof. Carter J. Meyer

Information Literacy session: September 16, 2010

Susan Kurzmann


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 Looking for resources can be overwhelming. This guide is intended to make the process less intimidating by helping you:

  • Focus on a topic
  • Find books in our catalog
  • Find scholarly articles using the library's databases   
  • Understand (evaluate) the sources you find
  • Find authoritative information on the Web: Internet Resources
  • Use your sources properly (Citation): Access guides and resources for citing using Turabian and Chicago style formats


Image accessed 15-Sept-2010. Lynnewood Hall, Elkins Park, PA

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Progressive Era

Caption: John D. Rockefeller, satirized in a 1901 Puck cartoon, is enthroned

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