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Hispanic American Periodicals Index (HAPI)
Call Number: F1408 .H36
A useful resource on paper for discovering articles in English and Spanish relating to a wide spectrum of topics in Latin American scholarly journals.
Finding Scholarly Articles
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The first place to go for scholarly journal articles relating to history.
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