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Conquest of the Americas

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Artist Rigo 23, must see this video

Student Page's

Ian Cox

Stephen Plantes

Rafael Corzo

Walker Teiser

Kailie Parrish

Jasper Jarden

Jessica Jordan

Laura Breski

Yerin (Lynn) Lee

Rosey Albertson

Harry Mattison

Wesley Dow

Charde Fuller

Jessica White

Rae Farine

Aron Fay

Dylan Odekerken

Logan Dixon

Andrew Pisacane

Amy Buckler

Eric Helgas

Jen Yu

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Media:9fb.pdf Aztec Info

Contact Info

Marianne L. Sade, Instruction Librarian, Decker Library

410-225-2715 DECKER LIBRARY

Reminder: get your interlibary loan requests in as soon as possible to allow enough time for them to get here. The form is linked from our library book catalog using the "I Need Materials" tab.

Library Presentation Notes




a.k.a. Modern Language Association Style Sheet for your footnotes and bibliographies


The Owl at Purdue: OWL Materials MLA 2009 Formatting and Style Guide [1]

Western Washington University’s Western Libraries Quick Reference Guide to the MLA style citation [2]

BibMe: Free bibliography maker online[3]

Citation Machine[4]

Easy Bib[5]

--M.Sade 11/16/09

Getting started

Fall Semester, 2010 PRIMARY Sources Resources on the Internet Finding Historical Primary Sources from the University of Berkeley California Library EXCELLENT guide! [6]

ALA’s (RUSA) Using Primary Sources on the Web (see handout) [7]

From Dusty to Digital: Using Primary Sources by Gail Hall Good background info on primary sources: [8]

Terry Abraham’s Repositories of Primary Sources List of over 5000 websites describing collections manuscripts, archives, rare books, historical photographs, and other primary sources for scholars [9]

Library of Congress Repositories of Primary Sources Search the catalog under “primary sources” [10]

EXAMPLE resources listing primary sources on Latin America: University of Washington, Latin American History [11]

Decker Library Compiled by Marianne Sade For Harry Mattison’s Conquest of the Americas class 8/31/10

Moving Along

Here are some other ideas for your PRIMARY research that you may not have considered. The Walters Art Museum, Baltimore, has a collection of Art of the Ancient Americas. It might be worth a trip for you. If you want to use their library for curatorial information please contact Christianne Henry first to make an appointment, 410-547-9000. All of the major civilizations of Mesoamerica are featured in their installation, including the Olmec, Maya and Teotihuacan. Here's a look at9999 some of their artifacts


Museum information: [13]

== SPECIAL EVENT SUNDAY, 11/7/10, 12 - 3 p.m. at the Walters, It's the Day of the Dead: El Dia de los Muertos Family Program Day [14]

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