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This guide contains a webliography of resources to assist with historical research.

Selected Online Resources

These resources are starting points for your research, places to lead to more specific sources.

Writing/Research and Citation Help

Citation Managers

Endnote X6 is a citation manager that helps make the citation process easier. It organizes your citations and inserts them into your word document at a click of a button. Get your free copy at the reference desk. Ask for a one-on-one session with a librarian to learn how to use it.

Clicking the image will take you to an online tutorial.

The video called "How to use Endnote in 7 minutes" will be very useful.

Chicago/Turabian Online Citation Help

Scholarly Databases

When off-campus, these links will require your university username/password.

Ex.: Your email address is
username: agoodstudent

Citation Reference