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HISTORY 201: Historian's Craft: Crisis in Canada (Fall 2020) : Welcome

Welcome

Welcome to the library course guide for History 201!  This guide is intended to help you with finding primary and secondary sources on themes in your course.

UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN MADISON – FALL 2020
HIS 201—THE HISTORIAN’S CRAFT
CRISIS IN CANADA:  OCTOBER 1970

MW 2:30-3:45, 1121 HUMANITIES
INSTRUCTOR: PROF. D. MCDONALD, email – dmmcdon1@wisc.edu
Office hours: MTW, 10am-12pm or by appointment
No required textbook or purchase

Quebec History

Database to Start Your Search

Librarian

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Cynthia Bachhuber
Contact:
Wisconsin Historical Society Library
816 State Street
Madison, WI 53714
608-264-6535

Libraries for Historical Materials

Memorial Library and the Wisconsin Historical Society Library are the two main libraries on the UW-Madison campus for library resources about history and historical documents.  Wisconsin Historical Society Library has materials related to North American history including the United States and Canada.  Memorial Library has materials about the rest of the world.  Another location with primary source materials is the Special Collections Department on the 9th floor of Memorial Library.