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AP United States History: U. S. Constitution Research  

This guide is an aid to research the history of the United States Constitution for Dr. Murray and Dr. DeSimone's classes.
Last Updated: Oct 27, 2016 URL: Print Guide RSS Updates

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Use the digital library Questia School to supplement the library's book collections.

Google Scholar


Need Passwords!

If you need to access databases from home, logon to Moodle where the username/password combinations may be found at the Library/Upper School link.


Citation Help

Use Noodletools to create bibliographic citations as the first step in recording your documentation.  Then, use the notetaking feature to keep track of the information you find!

Pingry Manual of Style


Ebsco Discovery





Scholarly Articles

Ebsco       Ebscohost     
For peer reviewed articles, choose Academic Search Premier.                                     
An extensive archive of peer reviewed scholarly journals.
Proquest Proquest
For peer reviewed articles, check the box marked "scholarly articles."
Project Muse
Like JStor, Muse is an extensive archive of scholarly journals that also includes access to e-books.

U. S. History in Context

Good beginning point! 


Gale Virtual Reference Library


E-Books at the Library


Google Books


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