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Union Terminal, Showing Soldiers' and Sailors' Monument, Cleveland, Ohio

 

Union Terminal, Showing Soldiers' and Sailors' Monument, Cleveland, Ohio (detail)

SELF STUDY EXERCISES

This portion of the EXPLORING CLEVELAND HISTORY web site is designed to enable individual students to explore various skill development areas on their own. Many of the exercises and guides included here have been developed independently by experts across the Web. Please help us keep the list as useful as possible by suggesting alternatives that you may be familiar with or new catagories that you would like to see addressed.

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STYLE SHEETS, CITATION FORMS AND BIBLIOGRAPHIES

  • Any written work submitted to fulfill requirements for a course offered through the Department of History at Cleveland State University should be prepared with reference to the Department's Style Sheet. Be aware, however, that individual instructor preferences might differ from this standard set of general expectations or include more specific requirements; be sure to ask!
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Last Web Site Update: February 20, 2000