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History: History 310

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Wikipedia Assignment

Wikipedia Assignment

Choose a topic and investigate the two sources on the topic.
All print sources are in the library. 

Topic 1 : Elaine (A
rkansas) Riot of 1919

Source 1:  Elaine Race Riot 
Source 2:  Print Source : Located in the Reference Collection Ref. E184.A1 E573 

Williams, Lee E., II.  "Elaine (Arkansas) Riot of 1919."  In Encyclopedia of American Race Riots.  Westport, CT. : Greenwood Press, 2007. 


Topic 2  : Forced Disapperance - Chile

Source 1Forced Disappearance -  Chile 
Source 2 : Print Source :  Located in the Reference Collection Ref. F1418.E59 2012

Konefal, Betsy. " "Disappeared Ones" (Desaparecidos, Argentina and Chile, 1970s-1980s." In Encyclopedia of U.S. - Latin American Relations.  Los Angeles: Sage, 2012.  


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