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D.C. Neighborhoods and D.C. History  

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Introduction

This guide will help you locate research materials on the history of D.C. and D.C.'s various neighborhoods.  It provides links to academic resources made available to you through the Learning Resources Division (library), as well as other sources, such as local museums, Federal and District government resources, and other interesting things found freely on the internet.  

It will also provde information on differentiating between scholarly/academic resources and "popular" materials, and materials that are not considered scholarly, but are still considered good resources for college-level research. 

This guide also provides links to helpful internet resources on citing and citations.

 

 

14th and Pennsylvania Avenue. Washington, D.C. Library of Congress, Prints & Photographs Division, FSA/OWI Collection, LC-USF34-015917-D.

Retrieved from Farm Security Administration/Office of War Information Black-and-White Negatives.

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