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HIST 281: Introduction to American History I

Books & Journal Articles

Books:

Journal Articles

  • EBSCOhost Research Databases
  • Google Scholar: Change the library links settings to connect to our scholarly journal articles (video).
  • JSTOR is also a great source for history research. To access the complete JSTOR, choose one of these options:

Use your Hawaiʻi State Public Library card to access JSTOR.
Go to UH Mānoa Library.
Register with JSTOR to get 100 free downloads.
Use Open Access JSTOR (limited set of articles).

  • Search smarter with Google (video): Try limiting results to site:.edu, filetype:pdf, or intitle:"slave trade"

Citing Sources

Library Reserves @ Circulation Desk

Identity and Colonization

A Family Affair: Gender and Power in the 17th Century

Patriarchal Order and Disorderly Women

Slavery, Race and Gender: The Evolution of White Identity in a Slave Society

A World Apart: Slavery, Black Labor, and Cultural Exchange

Anxious Puritans: Elite Culture in 18th Century New England

The Democratization of Patriarchy: The American Revolution

The Indians War for Independence

The Inner Revolution: Black Americans

Women and Gender in the American Revolution

Creating the Nation

Questions?

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