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    The purpose of this guide is to provide ideas and resources for the research and understanding of world and United States history. Inside you will find information on Columbia State print and ebook resources, databases that contain thousands of academic journal articles on a wealth of historical topics, links to other library catalogs and article databases, and information on how to cite sources in the Chicago Manual of Style.

    Examples of topics on world civilization include early human societies, Classical Greece, Rome and Empire, Egypt, China Dynasties and other Asian civilizations, the African continent, Medieval Europe, globalism, 18th and 19th-century revolutions, imperialism, nationalism, the World Wars, and the current world.

    Examples of topics on United States civilization include the American Revolution, the antebellum period, the Civil War, American industrialization and capitalism, World War I, the Great Depression, World War II, the Cold War era, and America in the Information Age. Concurrent with these topics are many social movements, regional cultures, professional histories and advancements, and cultural time periods that make up the rich and storied history of the United States.



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