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Chicago Metro History Fair 2011: Annotated Bibliography
Chicago Metro History Fair 2011: Annotated Bibliography
Chicago Metro History Fair 2011: Annotated Bibliography
Chicago Metro History Fair 2011: Annotated Bibliography
Chicago Metro History Fair 2011: Annotated Bibliography
Chicago Metro History Fair 2011: Annotated Bibliography
Chicago Metro History Fair 2011: Annotated Bibliography
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  • 1. Annotated Bibliographies
  • 2. Lists of citations to books, articles, and documents that include a brief descriptive and evaluative paragraph for each source. The purpose of the annotation is to inform the reader of the relevance, accuracy, and quality of the sources cited. Adapted from How to Prepare an Annotated Bibliography. Michael Engle, Amy Blumenthal, and Tony Cosgrave. Cornell University Libraries. Revised 6 March 2007. http://www.library.cornell.edu/olinuris/ref/research/skill28.htm
  • 3. informed library research concise summary succinct analysis organize bibliography by primary and secondary sources Adapted from How to Prepare an Annotated Bibliography. Michael Engle, Amy Blumenthal, and Tony Cosgrave. Cornell University Libraries. Revised 6 March 2007. http://www.library.cornell.edu/olinuris/ref/research/skill28.htm
  • 4. locate books, periodicals, and documents that may contain useful information and ideas on your topic. Cite the book, article, or document using MLA 7th Edition style. Citation can be done with EasyBib or other templates, but you will still need to know the correct information to enter into the template. Write a concise and informative annotation that summarizes the central theme and scope of the book or article and its relevance to your project. Adapted from How to Prepare an Annotated Bibliography. Michael Engle, Amy Blumenthal, and Tony Cosgrave Cornell University Libraries. Revised 6 March 2007. http://www.library.cornell.edu/olinuris/ref/research/skill28.htm
  • 5. Hilliard, David. This Side of Glory. Boston: Little, Brown Co., 1993. Print. David Hilliard was the national leader of the BPP at the time Hampton was a member. Hampton met with Hilliard shortly before Hampton’s death to discuss Hampton taking on a greater national role in the Panthers. This book contained firsthand accounts of what the Panthers were like after the Hampton raid, as well as other key events leading to the organization’s decline. Adapted from “Fed by Fear: The FBI’s Crusade Against Fred Hampton and the Black Panthers” by Sam Bouman (2003). http://www.chicagohistoryfair.org/4_Hampton_NHD_paper.pdf
  • 6. Newton, Huey P. Revolutionary Suicide. New York: Writers and Readers Publishing, 1973. Print. This book gives an idea of what the BPP is really about, from the point of view of its cofounder. Though it is very biased, it gives an idea of what the BPP did right from the start. Adapted from “Fed by Fear: The FBI’s Crusade Against Fred Hampton and the Black Panthers” by Sam Bouman (2003). http://www.chicagohistoryfair.org/4_Hampton_NHD_paper.pdf
  • 7. Sawyers, June. "The Strike that Shook up an Entire Industry." Chicago Tribune 12 June 1988: 9. Chicago Tribune. ProQuest. Web. 7 Dec. 2009. The newspaper article summarizes the entire Men's Garment Workers' Strike that began in 1910. It gives all the facts of the strike and then concludes with how the strike ended for Hart Schaffner and Marx and what happened after that agreement up until 1914. Adapted From: "I WANT MY PAY“ Hannah Shapiro and the Garment Workers' Strike of 1910 . By Sarah Weiss. http://www.chicagohistoryfair.org/4_HF_pay_paper.html
  • 8. Hamilton, Charles V. "Black Panther Party." World Book Student. World Book, 2010. Web. 29 Nov. 2010. From this I got my first information about the BPP, concise and clearly outlined. Adapted from “Fed by Fear: The FBI’s Crusade Against Fred Hampton and the Black Panthers” by Sam Bouman (2003). http://www.chicagohistoryfair.org/4_Hampton_NHD_paper.pdf

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