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STEP 3: LOCATION AND ACCESS
Ask, "Where is each source? Where is the information in each source?"
- Access appropriate information systems
- Search for sources for information about your topic
- Determine if each source is usable
Recommended WebSites for your Project
Historynet.com (Wieder History)
Weider History is a group of ten history magazines published in Leesburg, VA. This links to articles related to the Vietnam War.
History Channel - Vietnam War Videos
Scroll down on the webpage to see available video segments on topics related to the Vietnam War
National Archives - Military resources on Vietnam War
ALIC, the Archives Library Information Center, exists to provide staff and researchers ready access to the background and context information necessary to describe, organize, and access the essential evidence in NARA records.
Best of History Websites - Vietnam War
A list of "best websites" about the Vietnam War - intended as a resource for history teachers
Vietnam - Echoes from The Wall (Memorial)
A website by the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Fund, who funded the building of "The Wall," the Vietnam War Memorial in Washington, D. C.
The Vietnam Center and Archive (Texas Tech University)
The Vietnam Center and Archive collects and preserves the documentary record of the Vietnam War, and supports and encourages research and education regarding all aspects of the American Vietnam Experience.
Vietnam War Internet Links (William Joseph)
A list of Internet links compiled by Wellesley political science professor, William Joseph
The History Place - Vietnam War
The History Place is a private, independent, Internet-only publication based in the Boston area that is not affiliated with any political group or organization. The Web site presents a fact-based, common sense approach in the presentation of the history of humanity, with great care given to accuracy.