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Finding Scholarly Articles in Google Scholar
Google Scholar provides access to scholarly articles. Unfortunately, some of the articles may not be available online. You can ask for a copy of the article through the Jackson State Community College Interlibrary loan service at no charge.
Contact Vanessa Jones firstname.lastname@example.org Give her as much information about the article as possible. (author, title of journal, article title, date of issue, volume number)
It can take up to two weeks to get the article to you, so please allow enough time.
General Primary Sources
The National Archives
Great Britain including Northern Ireland, Wales, Cornwall, Scotland, and England
First editions of books have been digitized and posted here.
National Maritime Museum of the Gulf of Mexico in Mobile, AL
The New York Public Library Archives & Manuscripts
Extensive photograph collection, Charles Dickens collection of papers, James Baldwin Papers, James Madison Papers, Alexander Hamilton Papers and others
Journals of The Lewis and Clark Expedition
The site features the full text—almost five thousand pages—of the journals. Also included are a gallery of images, important supplemental texts, and audio files of selected passages plus Native American perspectives. With a focus on full-text searchability and ease of navigation, the Journals of the Lewis and Clark Expedition Online is intended to be both a useful tool for scholars and an engaging website for the general public.
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