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ART 150: Monuments and Cultures

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Black and white photograph of Eiffel TowerThis guide is designed to help you navigate the research for your ART 150: Monuments and Cultures term paper. You'll find information about how to search for books, articles, and websites as well as different techniques for finding what you need. You will also find a list of resources you might find helpful for your specific term project. 

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