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This guide from the Harvard College Writing Center introduces conventions for writing history papers and discusses the types of history papers and how to use evidence.
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The National Archives is an independent agency of the US Government that records and collects items that tell the story of our history. Check out the online exhibits if you are looking for primary sources to use in your history papers.