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History 154 & 155 (United States): Videos for History

Research support for United States History courses

Scholarly vs Popular

Scholarly and Popular Sources

Carnegie Vincent Library

Published on Mar 22, 2013

Watch the video to learn about the differences between scholarly and popular sources!

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