Descriptive Bibliography: On-line Tutorial ("introduction to the notational paradigms of traditional descriptive bibliography [quasi-facsimile transcription, collation-formulae, bibliographic reference, and some of the various items found in textual apparatus]"; uses Peter Brubach's 155 Homepage (major guide to the genealogy, philosophy, structure, and technology of hypertext (as related to literature); includes links to many short essays as well as online literary resources at U.Alberta) (Christopher Keep, Tim Mc Laughlin, robin) Literary Formats from Manuscripts to Electronic Texts (set of short informational essays on early precedents for contemporary hypertext and multimedia, ranging from palimpsenst and manuscripts through Blake and William Morris to electronic media) The Non-Linear Tradition in Literature (short information pages with links regarding eight print authors of particular relevance to the age of hypertext: Sterne, Robbe-Grillet, Nabokov, Cortázar, O'Brien, Calvino, Pavic) English Literature & Religion ("large bibliographical database about religious aspects and backgrounds of English literature, from the Middle Ages to the present century") (William S. Maryland, College park) EServer ("The EServer's primary function is to publish texts in the arts and humanities.The following examples are based on the MLA Handbook for Writers of Research Papers, 7th ed. G53 2009) The numbers in [ ] refer to the appropriate chapters in the handbook. [6.2, 6.3, 6.4] In MLA style you briefly credit sources with parenthetical citations in the text of your paper. The Modern Language Association (MLA) Style is widely used for identifying research sources. Although it is not needed for the Works Cited, it may also be helpful to keep a record of how you located each source, such as the call numbers of books and URLs of web sites. It identifies each source you consulted in preparing your paper, the specific information you used, and where in the source that the information was found. Keep track of the sources you use as you do your research and draft your paper. If the persons named on the title page are editors, compilers, or translators, add a comma and a descriptive label, e.g., eds., comps., trans.
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Topics include Asian Immigration and Exclusion 1898-1941, Mexican immigration 1906-1930, INS records from Ellis Island, and investigations into Prostitution and White Slavery 1902-1933.
185 oral history interviews conducted by the National Park Services in 1984-5 with people who immigrated through, or worked at, Ellis Island, during the period of mass migration to the United States are also included.