U.S. History In Context - Topic Pages

This tutorial shows you how to use topic pages within U.S. History In Context to research America's past and present.


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Learn about our country's past and better understand its present direction

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with us. History. In context,

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Click Browse Topics for fast access to frequently studied movements,

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figures, conflicts and more.

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Browse all topics or choose a category.

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Access overviews to build your background knowledge.

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Expand your understanding with handpicked featured content.

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Use primary sources to immerse yourself in first hand perspectives.

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Engage with multimedia coverage.

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Multiple source types, and recent coverage help

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you understand the events and people

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central to American history.

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Click to add limiters and view sources.

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Save useful results.

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Start your Works Cited with the included citation,

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or use Citation Tools to cite in MLA, APA, or Chicago format.

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