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A secondary source uses primary sources to create their argument.
Examples of secondary sources are books or journal articles.
The button will appear on a record if the journal article is not full-text within a particular database (if, for example, the title and abstract are available through the database but not the entire article). Check to see if we have access to the item, in print or electronically in another database, by clicking on thebutton. A window will pop up directing you to a resource, if available, Please try searching our catalog for journals that might be in print and, if we don't have access to a particular article, don't hesitate to use Interlibrary Loan.
Databases provide access to full-text articles from journals and books, primary source documents, citations and more that are specific to the study of History.
DNSA is the most comprehensive collection available of significant primary documents central to U.S. foreign and military policy since 1945. Content, selected by scholars in the field, includes introductory material, chronology, glossary & bibliography.
Resources that may contain articles on historical subjects.
This comprehensive database contains indexing for about 2,600 periodicals, with full text from over 1700 of them. Smaller subsets of the database can be searched by selecting subject-specific modules, e.g. History & Politics from the Collections page.