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5.1.1: Chapter Scenario

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    241969
    • Walter D. Butler; Aloha Sargent; and Kelsey Smith
    • Pasadena City College, Cabrillo College, and West Hills Community College
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    Scenario

    Your US History professor has just assigned you a descriptive essay that is due in two weeks. For this essay, you will need to outline and describe the events that led up to the American Revolution. You are required to use at least two books and one documentary DVD; nothing can be from an online source. You determine that you need to visit the college library to find these resources, but you aren’t sure how to find these resources in the library. You know you can ask for help from the reference librarian, but you want to find the resources yourself. Where do you start?


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