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U.S. and Japan Relations- Voicethread
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U.S. and Japan Relations- Voicethread: Research Resources
Creating a Voicethread
Use the resources below for information regarding Japanese and U.S. Relations
Gale U.S. History in Context
Provides numerous types of resources, from periodicals, academic journals, reference materials, etc. on U.S. history.
American History Online
Variety of information pertaining to American history.
Issues and Controversies in American History
Discover some of the various arguments regarding periods in American history.
Access to numerous academic journals, perfect for in-depth information on a topic.
Excellent resource providing articles, images, etc. on a wide range of topics.
U.S.- Japan Economic Relations
Report from Congressional Research Service, 2014 by William H. Cooper.
Article " Japan and the U.S.- it's time to rethink your relationship"
Article from The Atlantic by Kyle Mizokami.
U.S. Dept of State: U.S. Relatons with Japan
General information on the history of U.S. Japanese relations, and links to further sources at the bottom of the page.
Mutual Cooperation Treaty-1960
Treaty of Mutual Cooperation and Security between the U.S. and Japan, 1960. Full document.
Library of Congress
Great resource for primary documents and other types of information.
ProQuest Primary Sources Collection
Excellent resource for historical newspapers, primary sources, and other resources from various periods in history.
EbscoHost is a hosting site for multiple databases that include periodicals, eBooks, academic journals, images, etc. Once you click on the link, select the database you want to use and read the description.
Search Google Books for previews as well as full access to books on the topic.
Reference eBooks on a variety of topics.
Great resource for information and images related to a variety of issues in American History.
Library of Congress
Great resource for information as well as images and prints to include in your presentation. Search using the bar at the top, then narrow by clicking on the types of resources at the left.
Citation Guides for MLA
Purdue Owl MLA
Great resource on how to cite using MLA, and how to structure a research paper.
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