Capuchino High School

Class Projects Social Science

U.S. History Immigration Research

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NoodleTools

Gale U.S. History in Context - Peninsula Library System database for which you will need your library card

Immigration Annotated Bibliography Example

WebPath Express in the Capuchino Library Catalog

American Government Research

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NoodleTools for notetaking and bibliography

 

CAPUCHINO DATABASES (please see your teacher or the librarian for username and passwords):

Opposing Viewpoints in Context

Facts on File's Issues & Controversies

 

PENINSULA LIBRARY DATABASES:

The CQ Researcher@College of San Mateo

If you do not have a public library card, then click here for access numbers.

 

WEBSITES:

The Oyez Project at Chicago-Kent is a multimedia archive devoted to the Supreme Court of the United States and its work.

American Bar Association Summer 2008 Student Rights

Worldwide Depression Annotated Bibliography for MWH

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NoodleTools

Political Disorder: The Weimar Republic and Revolt 1918-23

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World History in Context - type in your student i.d. or the number on the back of your public library card to use this database

Impact of Imperialism Bibliography (Aguayo)

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NoodleTools 

 

CAPUCHINO DATABASE

Student Resources in Context

PUBLIC LIBRARY DATABASE

World History in Context Type your student i.d. # or your public library card # to access this database

BOOKS

Imperialism:  Expanding Empires by Sandy Phan

Imperialism, Race and Resistance:  Africa and Britain, 1919-1945 by Barbara Bush

Civil Rights Research Project

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NoodleTools (for bibliography and electronic notecards)

 

See librarian or signs in the library for username and password to the following subscription databases:

Facts on File's Issues and Controversies in American History User name is smuhsd; password is facts.

Student Resources in Context

Gale's U.S. History in Context (if you do not have a public library card, click here for access numbers)

 

Internet Sites:

Civil Rights History Project at the Library of Congress

An Unnoticed Struggle: Concise History of Asian American Civil Rights Issues

Invisible No More: The Latino Struggle for Civil Rights

A Hispanic Civil Rights Movement (Opinion/editorial in Washington Post)

National Council of La Raza

The 21st Century Civil Rights Movement (Arizona’s new immigration law has awakened a sleeping giant, with hundreds of thousands of people finding creative ways to stand in solidarity with Arizona’s Latino community. )

List of links to more information on Latino Civil Rights sites

Industrial Revolution Annotated Bibliography for MWH

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Factories developed during the Industrial Revolution to bring together the machines and the workers to run them. Women and children operated many machines in textile factories.  Engraving (about 1835) by an unknown artist; illustration from An Introduction to the Industrial and Social History of England,courtesy Newberry Library, Chicago

NoodleTools Log-in (try your School Loop i.d. if you don't remember your account information), click "Create Project", choose Chicago/Turabian and Advanced and then title your bibliography

CAPUCHINO DATABASES

Student Resources in Context

PUBLIC LIBRARY DATABASE

World History in Context Type your student i.d. # or your public library card # to access this database

BOOKS

Industrial Revolution by Debra J. Housel

Understanding the Industrial Revolution by Charles More

Great Depression

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Migrant Mother, Nipomo, California, photograph by Dorothea Lange, 1936; in the Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.

CAPUCHINO DATABASES

Student Resources in Context

PUBLIC LIBRARY DATABASE

U.S. History in Context A public library card is required to access this database, but try typing your student i.d.

WEBSITES

Ken Burns' Photo Gallery/THE DUST BOWL

Ken Burns' THE DUST BOWL Video