Overview of Resources
The Declaration of Independence affected and was affected by many facets of American and international history and politics. This research guides delves into a few disciplines and how they contribute to an understanding of the Declaration of Independence.
U.S. History - links to resources on the history of the United States and the Declaration of Independence...
The Signers - links to resources on the historical figures who signed the Declaration of Independence...
Rhetoric - links to resources related to rhetoric and several powerful speeches and documents...
The Psychology of Independence - links to resources to search for books and articles on the psychology of dependence and independence...
The Sociology of Independence - links to resources for books and articles on the sociology of indepedence, natural rights, and human rights...
The Philosophy of Independence - links to resources for books and articles on the philosophy of independence, natural rights, and human rights...
The Politics of Independence - links to resources for books and articles about the politics, political psychology, and political sociology of independence...
Annotated Bibliography - links to the websites giving information on how to do an annotated bibliography with some examples.
Reading LC Call Numbers - Learn how to read Library of Congress Call # to find books in the UML Library Stacks.
Search Demos - See how to search different database sources.
Style Sheets - links to Chicago, MLA & Turabian style sheets information to put your references in a format.
Terms to Know - Glossary of terms related to information searching and paper writing.
Websites - How to indentify reliable websites
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