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Foundations: Aztec v. Inca Annotated Bibliography: Home

Your Assignment

Using sources from the library (no non-library sources), create an annotated bibliography that contains sources that would contribute to your Aztec v. Inca Essay.

Resources are to include:

  • A Reference Source for a factual overview and background information on the Aztec and Inca civilizations: who, what, when, where, why, and how.
  • A Secondary Source book for more specific information about aspects of your topic. Sometimes there will be an entire book on your specific topic, sometimes you may have to assemble information from several different books.
  • A Primary Source, a document, image, or artifact created at the time of the Aztec and Inca civilizations.

 

Contains Primary Sources means this source contains Primary Sources.

Resource Allows NoodleTools Export means you can export the citation for this source to NoodleTools.


REFERENCE SOURCES

 

Online Reference Databases

Each of these databases contains reference articles, secondary source materials, and primary sources.

 


Reference Books & eBooks


SECONDARY SOURCES

 

The Aztecs


The Incas


PRIMARY SOURCES

 

Both Aztecs and Incas

Primary Source Images Database

The Aztecs

The Incas