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Workshops and Classes: Sources for US history

Sources for US history

Below you will find a video adapted from the iSkills workshop Sources for US history. The video introduces you to key information sources and collections for the study of US history from the colonial period to 20th century historical studies. The session will provide an overview of the primary sources available in Oxford and online, as well as guidance on locating material for your research.

The video has captions and you will find an accompanying transcript below.

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The video creator is Bethan Davies.


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