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History Day - by Subject

Examples of resources, arranged by broad subjects, from previous Connecticut History Day competitions

Economics & Labor

Economics & Labor

These are grouped together for convenience.

See also page on Industry. War bonds, etc. might be listed under the Military pages.

The Connecticut State Library has many resources on State Union contracts.

Archives

Archives

Books, Documents, etc.

Books, Documents, etc.

Connecticut

National

Older

Databases

These are a few suggestions - try newspapers too. Please see also:

Perhaps try:

Other Institutions

Other Institutions

Great Depression

The Great Depression

These are only a few of the numerous resources at the Connecticut State Library. The examples are based on past research topics.

Connecticut

Archives

Articles

National, Federal, etc.

Labor

Labor

Connecticut

Other Institutions

Labor, Industry

Women and Labor, Industry

See also military pages in this guide, and other specific topics.

Books, Documents, etc.

Other Institutions

Labor Law

Federal

Terminology & Usage Disclaimer

Please be advised that some of these resources--particularly those created in previous eras--contain descriptions for ancestral, racial, ethnic, and gender identity that may be offensive or harmful to individuals investigating these records, and are considered inappropriate to use in modern times. The descriptions and treatment of historically marginalized groups, women, and animals may be upsetting. Also, please note that inclusion in this subject guide does not necessarily constitute endorsement of the views therein--we encourage investigators to use their own judgment when evaluating books, websites, articles, documents, and other resources.

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