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HISTORY 378 : Native Americans in North American to 1830 Fall 2011. Michael Unsworth History Librarian unsworth@msu.edu. Why You Are Here: Research Paper =. “But Indians have been cursed above all other people in history. Indians have anthropologists.”.

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history 378 native americans in north american to 1830 fall 2011

HISTORY 378 :Native Americans in North American to 1830 Fall 2011

Michael Unsworth

History Librarian

unsworth@msu.edu

but indians have been cursed above all other people in history indians have anthropologists
“But Indians have been cursed above all other people in history. Indians have anthropologists.”

SOURCE: Vine Deloria, Custer Died for Your Sins : ; an Indian manifesto([New York] Avon [1970]),p. 78

citation styles humanities
Citation Styles: Humanities

Footnotes or Endnotes

  • Text: “… and cursed him royally1.”
  • Notes:

1John Coffey, Extreme Toxicity (East Lansing: MSU Press, 1976), 3; Celeste Pilkingon, “Nothing Accomplished,” Continuity Review 23 (Mar. 1983): 17-45.

citation styles social science
Citation Styles: Social Science

Bibliography

  • Text: “… and cursed him royally.” (Coffey, 1976:3 & Pilkingon, 1983)
  • Bibliography:

Coffey, John. 1976. Totally Toxic. East Lansing: MSU Press.

Pilkingon, Celeste. 1983. “Nothing Accomplished,” Continuity Review 23: 17-45.

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“…the compiler of a BIBLIOGRAPHY acts as a scholarly research assistant, providing a summary of what is available in one easy-to-use guide.”

Meyer, Jack Allen. An annotated bibliography of the Napoleonic era:

recent publications, 1945-1985 (New York : Greenwood Press, 1987): xi.

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PRIMARY SOURCES:Definition

“…items that are directly associated with their producer or user and the time period in which they were created. Examples, include diaries, newspapers articles, government documents, photographs, oral interviews, and news broadcasts.”

Presnell, Jenny L. The information-literate historian : a guide to research for history students (New York : Oxford University Press, 2007): 93.