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ETST 112 Syllabus with Essay Questions


Fannie Lou Hamer (Library of Congress)

"I'm never sure any more when I leave home whether I'll get back or not. Sometimes it seem like to tell the truth today is to run the risk of being killed. But if I fall, I'll fall five feet four inches forward in the fight for freedom. I'm not backing off."  - Fannie Lou Hamer (This quote found in God's Long Summer: Stories of Faith and Civil Rights by Charles Marsh) 

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1. Check out this Year-By-Year Timeline from PBS to understand the years of your presentation
2. Type your topic into SuperSearch
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U.S. History in Context Primary sources, reference articles, era overview information, magazine and journal articles, viewpoint articles, and images

JSTOR JSTOR offers academic journal articles (sometimes called "peer-reviewed" or "scholarly") mainly in the arts, social sciences, and humanities. JSTOR has recent articles, as well as articles published decades ago. You'll find JSTOR at many colleges and universities across the country.

Credo Reference Credo Reference is a good starting point, because it gives you foundational knowledge -- basic facts, vocabulary and overviews ("the big picture")

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