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Mrs. Jarvis' Class Project
Of Mice and Men Research Paper

Of Mice and Men Research Paper Jarvis.doc

Thesis Statement: The migrant workers in the 1930’s faced difficulty finding work, poor working conditions, health issues and low wages which made getting out of poverty impossible.

Noodletools.com:  Your account is your FirstnameLastname with or without a space, password should be same password as computer login or password.

Create a project and describe it as LAST NAME Of Mice and Men.

Share in Noodletools with the drop box called JARVIS RESEARCH PAPER 1, start typing LUPO.




Resources

PBS's web page devoted to the Dust Bowl.  Screen Shot 2015-10-08 at 10.37.41 AM.jpg
Citation:
We did this citation in class.  You should be all set!

To cite this WEB PAGE, you will need to look for: Date of E-Publication, the URL, contributors to the web PAGE (Author? Editor?),the web PAGE title, the name of the WEB SITE, the publisher of the WEB SITE and editor if there is one listed.  You may have to go to the "About" portion at the bottom of the site to gather all information.



The University of California, Davis' newsletter article titled: Farm Labor in the 1930sScreen Shot 2015-10-08 at 11.25.44 AM.jpg

Citation:
"Farm Labor in the 1930s." Rural Migration News Oct. 2003: n. pag. Rural Migration News. Web. 13 Oct. 2015. <https://migration.ucdavis.edu/rmn/more.php?id=788>.

To cite this article from a NEWSLETTER that is published on a WEB SITE you will need to know that it is an E-Publication BORN DIGITAL.  Also, look for: the URL, the author (if one is listed), the article title, pagination (if listed), the name of the Newsletter, the date of this edition's publication.  




Living History Farm's web page devoted to farming in the 1930's.10815_113143_0.png
Citation:
Ganzel, Bill. "Okies." Wessels Living History Farm. Ganzel Group Communications, n.d. Web. 13 Oct. 2015. <http://www.livinghistoryfarm.org/farminginthe30s/water_06.html>.

To cite this WEB PAGE, you will need to look for: Date of E-Publication, the URL, contributors to the web PAGE (Author? Editor?),the web PAGE title, the name of the WEB SITE, the publisher of the WEB SITE and editor if there is one listed.  You may have to go to the "About" portion at the bottom of the site to gather all information.




A professor at the University of Washington's article titled: "The Dust Bowl Migration".

Citation:
Gregory, James. "The Dust Bowl Migration: Poverty Stories, Race Stories." Poverty in the United States: An Encyclopedia of History, Politics, and Policy. Ed. Gwendolyn Mink and Alice OíConnor. Santa Barbara: ABC-Clio, 2004. University of Washington. Web. 13 Oct. 2015. <http://faculty.washington.edu/gregoryj/dust%20bowl%20migration.htm>.

A reprinted article from an Encyclopedia (reference source) You have to use the drop down menu on the page where you select where the article is originally from. (over to the right).  You then need to tell Noodletools that you accessed this article from a web site.
Look at the top of the article for most of the citation fields.  There are TWO editors to the Reference Source.




Library of Congress' web page devoted to immigration and farm workers.10815_115825_0.jpg

Citation:
"Mexican: Depression and the Struggle for Survival." Library of Congress. USA.gov, 2015. Web. 13 Oct. 2015. <http://www.loc.gov/teachers/classroommaterials/presentationsandactivities/presentations/immigration/mexican6.html>.


To cite this WEB PAGE, you will need to look for: Date of E-Publication, the URL, contributors to the web PAGE (Author? Editor?),the web PAGE title, the name of the WEB SITE, the publisher of the WEB SITE and editor if there is one listed.  You may have to go to the "About" portion at the bottom of the site to gather all information.
 
Online encyclopedia article titled Migrant Labor.  Screen Shot 2015-10-08 at 12.05.47 PM.jpg

Citation:
"Migrant Labor." International Encyclopedia of the Social Sciences. N.p.: Thomson Gale, 2008. Encyclopedia.com. Web. 13 Oct. 2015. <http://www.encyclopedia.com/topic/migrant_labor.aspx>.


This article from a Reference Source on a Web site offers a preformated MLS citation, however it is inaccurate and incomplete!!  Do it manually and remember to put in the publisher that you will find up near the top!







































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