Creating an (Organized) Historical Argument

After several weeks of research and tons of info, it’s time to start organizing an argument. This will be especially handy as we head to the Harold Washington Library this weekend for some expert coaching and hands-on primary source study.

This document is modeled after one designed by Lynne O’Hara at National History Day. You can hear more from her (and others!) about articulating an argument here:

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