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FHS Libguides (Library Guides): Ms. Gill's Civil Rights Research Paper

Created using your teacher's assignments and library resources, these guides are a great first place to start your research. Find databases, books, websites, and other tools that can help you do your homework.


Objective: to research a person to understand his/her political position, importance and involvement in the Civil Rights Movement.  How did this person/event influence the Civil Rights Movement?

Search the Library Catalog for Books

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Books of Interest


Databases of Interest

Databases are collections of published articles, scholarly papers, research etc. that are NOT usually available on the internet.  

When searching these databases, look under each sub-topic, where there is a section that contains Primary Source documents on that topic, usually in the left column.



Websites of Interest

When using websites, be sure to find those that come from relevant, reliable, and current sources.  Several are listed below.

Primary Source Research - Websites

Suggested Article - Life in the Segregated South

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