on Doing History Effectively
6th ed., copyright 2005, by Dale Lothrop CliffordThe author makes the following exception to her rights:
all or part of this work may be copied and distributed totally free of charge to students.
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Table of ContentsClifford's Advice on Writing:
Clifford's Advice begins with the most common grammatical mistakes and then offers suggestions on organization and style. It also discusses how to use tables, graphs and illustrations, and how to approach a bibliographical essay.Clifford's Advice on Notes:
History Department Policy on Plagiarism and Cheating Grammar Formal Prose Organization Tables, Charts, and Illustrations Style Quotations Bibliographical EssaysIndex When and How to Note Style Sheet, with Explanations