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How do I find a Wisconsin source for my English Composition research paper?

Last Updated: Jun 06, 2017  |  41 Views

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A great place to start is to search the Green Bay Press Gazette Online.  You can find articles as far back as 1999 and as current as today!

Can't find a substantial article on your topic in the GB Press Gazette? Try Library Search, a tool that allows you to search a majority of the library's physical and electronic resources using one simple search box. Just add the word Wisconsin to the search, like this:

  • "car seat" safety Wisconsin
  • hunting laws Wisconsin
  • immigration Wisconsin

Still can't find a source you like?  Try a customized Google search.  Did you know that you can limit your results to resources on university or government websites? Just add site:.edu or site:.gov to your search!

  • "car seat" safety Wisconsin site:.edu
  • hunting laws Wisconsin site:.gov
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