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History / 11th Grade / 20th Century War Research: Home

Project Overview

In this project you are researching a topic that is related to war and occurs between 1914-1945. You will create a full sentence outline, including quotations, and references. 

You must find five sources and they must include:

  • a book
  • a scholarly article
  • a primary source
  • a visual 

Noodletools image and hyperlink

Use NoodleTools to organize your research, save your sources and take notes. Remember that Dr. Waugh can help you with NoodleTools if you need it. 

You have a few choices:

1) Manual enter your source information into NoodleTools. This will allow Noodletools to make your footnotes for you.

2) Export your source information into NoodleTools from one of the databases that supports this (JSTOR, Gale). This will allow Noodletools to make your footnotes for you.

3) Copy and Paste your citation using "quick cite" NOTE: If you do this you will have to make all your footnotes by hand. 

  1. Use a research database or Google Scholar to generate your citation.
  2. Then go to Noodletools and click create a new citation.
  3. Next select the kind of citations (e.g. Newspaper, Book, etc.).
  4. Use the link to "copy and paste a citation" and insert your copied citation.
  5. Click Save and Noodletools will create the citation for you.

 

Joan of Arc saved France, Women of America buy savings bonds

Joan of Arc saved France--Women of America, save your country--Buy War Savings Stamps

Coffin, Haskell. Joan of Arc saved France--Women of America, save your
     country--Buy War Savings Stamps. 1918. Lithograph. Library of Congress
     Prints and Photographs Division, Washington, DC.

Together We Win

Flagg, James Montgomery. Together we win. 191-. Lithograph. Library of Congress
     Prints and Photographs Division, Washington, DC.

Photo of Corporal Jimmie Shohara, Manzanar Relocation Center, Calif. by Ansel Adams, 1943.

Adams, Ansel. Corporal Jimmie Shohara, Manzanar Relocation Center, Calif. 1943.
     Photograph. Library of Congress, Washington, DC.

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