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Freshmen Research "Book"
by April Hannah - Last Updated Sep 28, 2015
Welcome to Hannon Information Commons @Burns Library. This book is an introduction to our library and high school research skills.
Information Literacy
by April Hannah - Last Updated May 6, 2013
Mr. Ammon U.S. History: Economy Essay
by April Hannah - Last Updated Jun 6, 2012
Mr. Ammon U.S. History: The Gilded Age
by April Hannah - Last Updated Mar 22, 2013
Mr. Ammon: The 60s Cultural History
by April Hannah - Last Updated May 14, 2013
Mr. Annarelli : AP World History Research : Fall 2012
by April Hannah - Last Updated Oct 1, 2013
The spread of Islam, Christianity, and Buddhism. 600-1250 CE
Mr. Caldwell -- The Crucible
by April Hannah - Last Updated Nov 29, 2010
Mr. Marsh: Hemingway, the Code Hero
by April Hannah - Last Updated Feb 17, 2011
Mr. Robles English II: Emily Dickinson
by April Hannah - Last Updated Feb 13, 2013
While Mr. Robles lists up to eight topics for this research paper, this guide will use two of the topics as EXAMPLES of how you can search for Dickinson information.
Mr. Stewart: AP World History Timeline
by April Hannah - Last Updated Oct 4, 2013
Develop a "history of the world" timeline starting in 8000BCE and ending in 600CE. Be as creative as you want and use both primary and secondary source materials. This research guide will show you how to use online secondary sources.
Mrs. Arney: English II Honors: Hawthorne & Poe
by April Hannah - Last Updated Feb 5, 2014
The Birthmark, The Minister's Black Veil, Rappaccini's Daughter, Young Goodman Brown, and Poe's The Fall of the House of Usher
Mrs. Lynch: Sir Gawain and the Monomyth
by April Hannah - Last Updated Jan 3, 2011
Use this research guide in your quest to relate the path of Sir Gawain to the "Hero's Journey" from Joseph Campbell.
Mrs. Walsh English II: Short Story Criticism Research
by April Hannah - Last Updated Apr 17, 2012
Authors & Stories: John Steinbeck: Flight, The Chrysanthemums, The Snake. Bret Harte: The Luck of Roaring Camp, The Outcasts of Poker Flat, Tennessee's Partner. Jack London: To Build a Fire, The Law of Life, The Wisdom of the Trail, The White Silence.
Mrs. Walsh: English II: American History & Culture Research
by April Hannah - Last Updated Apr 16, 2013
Your topic will focus on American history and culture of the 1930's. This library guide will serve as an example for how to use our databases to research your topic. However, my sample topic will be about McCarthyism of the 1950's.
Ms. Jardine English III: Spring Research Paper
by April Hannah - Last Updated Mar 26, 2012
Cry, the Beloved Country, by Alan Paton. 1984, by George Orwell. Oliver Twist or Hard Times, by Charles Dickens. The Merchant of Venice, by William Shakespeare.
 
 
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