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We all have those times when we are looking for a particular piece of evidence or any information at all. I know that this can be very difficult to find underneath all the adds and blogs on the internet. Many sources out there are not reliable, but I am here to bring you some of the best databases to help find information.

 

  1. ABC CLIO- American History: This database is very useful for trying to find any kind of event in the history of America whether you are looking for the discovery of America, wars, or effects of events in other continents. This database is found on the Falcon’s Fables website.

 

  1. ABC-CLIO-World History Ancient and Medieval Eras: This database is useful for finding information on any continent or country including the Americas. The database has popular settlements set out along with topics that are typically researched about that settlement. This database is also found on the Falcon’s Fables website.

 

  1. ABC-CLIO-Daily Life Through History: This database holds information about different settlements in different time periods. This database would be useful to find general information about a specific empire or country. This database is found on the Falcon’s Fables website.

 

  1. ABC-CLIO-World Religions-Belief, Culture, and Controversy: This database has information on any religion, new religions, and nonreligious people. This database would be useful for any type of research on a certain religion. This database is found in the Falcon’s Fables website.

 

  1. Gale’s Research in Context: Gale Research in Context holds information about many different subjects like cultures, literature, science, history, and government. The website also has articles on current events. This database would be great to use in research if you are looking for a topic to write about. This database can be located on the Falcon’s Fables website.

 

  1. Sweet Search: A search engine which will help you get more useful answers to researching questions. This search engine can be found on the Falcon’s Fables website.

 

I hope these databases and search engines help you find the information you need. Happy researching! These can all be reached on the Falcons’ Fables website and the usernames and passwords for all databases are posted on all google classrooms for Library Class.

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Madison Grube, Contributor
Madison Grube is in the 8th grade this year. She has attended Saint Philip the Apostle School for 9 years now. She enjoys writing, drawing, reading, and hanging out with friends. She enjoys writing about book reviews, pets, current events, and traveling. This will be her second year on the Falcon’s Flyer staff.
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