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Colonial Life in America Pathfinder
Not sure where to start your research? Here are some suggestions!
WHERE DO I START?
Websites, databases and books all offer different perspectives and resources. Use all three to
get the best information.
Websites are usually available to all and free, but the quality can vary substantially.
Databases offer access to magazines, journals and newspapers NOT available on the web.
Results can be sorted and searched by date, subject, and reading level.
Books contain more detailed, in-depth information, and are available in the library.
Click here for a list of websites related to life in Colonial America.
.org = used by non-profit organizations
.edu = used by colleges and universities
.gov = used by official US government entities
.com = used by for profit companies
INFOhio has several resources that will be useful. ALL are available on the library homepage.
Isearch searches for books in our library AND for encyclopedia articles, newspapers and magazine articles available from INFOhio. It's one stop searching with citation help!!
Explora searches EBSCO host and includes educational videos as as well.
World Book Kids and World Book Student offer great places to start and tools like text to speech, and citation help.
Click here to access the Louisville Middle School library catalog.
Click here to access the Louisville Public Library catalog.
Try these different types of searches as you search INFOhio and the library catalog.