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HONRS 399 The Wabash: A Historical, Artistic, Anthropological, Economic, Political, and Scientific Understanding of Indiana's State River.: HONR 399 The Wabash

Provides access to historical and contemporary information resources on this topic as well as information on using credible scholarly resources to conduct research for this class.

HONRS 399 The Wabash: A Historical, Artistic, Anthropological, Economic, Political, and Scientific Understanding of Indiana's State River.

The Wabash River plays many vital roles in the historical and contemporary development and evolution of Indiana and the Midwest.  This guide will provide information for conducting scholarly research on this river and its multifaceted impacts on Indiana.  This guide will demonstrate how to use the Purdue Libraries online catalog and website, commercial scholarly datatabases, and multifaceted government information resources to gain enhanced understanding of this river's historic and contemporary impact.

Sample subject searches you can do for books in the Purdue Libraries online catalog include:

Floods Wabash River
Indiana History

Indians of North America Wars 1750-1815

Parks Indiana Battle Ground
Tippecanoe, Battle of, Ind., 1811

Wabash River

Wabash River Watershed

 

Mapping Indiana:  Five Centuries of Treasury from the Indiana Historical Society HSSE Reference Atlases G1401.S1M37 2015 (Indiana Historical Society atlas of historic Indiana maps)

Purdue Libraries Information Literacy
 

Purdue Online Writing Lab (OWL)

(Includes Links to APA , MLA, & Chicago  Citation Examples)

 

Citing U.S. Government Publications (Courtesy:  Indiana University Libraries)

Endnote (Citation Management Format)

Zotero (Citation Management Format)


 

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