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Social Studies
20th Century (Walsh and Shaver)
by Joan Lange - Last Updated Jun 10, 2016
Explore the political, social, and cultural events and the people behind these famous events.
Ancient Greece and Rome
by Joan Lange - Last Updated Apr 14, 2016
What do primary sources reveal about the civilizations of ancient Greece and Rome. Investigate print and online resources as you evaluate what made these cultures distinctive.
AP European Studies
by Joan Lange - Last Updated Mar 14, 2016
Join famous philosophers, scientists, writers, and political figures as they engage in witty banter and discuss pressing issues of the Enlightenment Period or the Paris 1919 peace conference.
Exchange Students Resource Guide
by Joan Lange - Last Updated Apr 12, 2016
This compact LibGuide highlights some of the best library and website resources.
French Revolution
by Joan Lange - Last Updated Mar 14, 2016
Gilded Age and Progressive Era
by Joan Lange - Last Updated Apr 5, 2016
Explore the Gilded Age and Progressive Era through print and online resources, dialoguing with primary sources as you develop a thesis-driven research paper.
Global Issues Research
by Joan Lange - Last Updated Jun 9, 2016
Holocaust
by Joan Lange - Last Updated Mar 14, 2016
Model UN
by Joan Lange - Last Updated Mar 4, 2014
This resource for Model UN was developed by C.D. McLean. Director of the Cone Library, Berkeley Preparatory School, Florida. Used with permission.
Renaissance DBQ
by Joan Lange - Last Updated Mar 14, 2016
In what ways and to what extent did the arts (artwork, images, literature, poetry, etc.) reflect a change in man’s view of himself and his world as European culture transitioned from the medieval period to the Renaissance?
US Government
by Joan Lange - Last Updated Mar 14, 2016
 

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