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AP/HIST 1080 Growing Up in North America  

An exploration of what it means to be young in different times and places in the United States and Canada.
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This guide has been prepared especially for students in AP/HIST 1080: Growing up in North America. Here you will find links to a variety of tools for finding PRIMARY and SECONDARY materials for your major research paper. You will also find links to related research guide in allied fields and about archival and primary source research in general. 

PRIMARY SOURCES can be found here:

Finding primary sources in the following locations:

can be found here:

Finally, information on how to CITE YOUR SOURCES can be found here:

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