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March of Capital: Resources

The march of capital: Industrialization, immigration and imperialism in the late 19th and early 20th centuries

Database sources for all topics

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These are secondary source databases


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Background (tertiary) websites


Primary sources - websites





Background (tertiary) websites


Primary sources - websites

Newspapers and images for all topics


A newspaper article from the time of an event is a primary source. 


Be sure the image you use is from the time of the event and that it conveys useful information.

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