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Hi folks!
  Today, I had one of my middle school teachers tell me that she would like to 
start a research paper this coming Wedsenday about Big Business in American History 
(1880-1920).  She wanted to know what websites I would recommend.  She appeared to 
have expected me to have numerous websites to that specific era at ready disposal.  
I had to inform her that I am a new media specialist this year and that my arsenal 
of ready-to-use information that are that specific would take time to accumulate.  
I identified several online encyclopedias for her, as well as the Digital History 
website, but she was looking for more detail.  I have searched for several hours 
without much avail using words like monopoly, industrialization, mechanization, 
railroad/steel/oil industry, Ford/Rockifeller/Carnegie...  Do anyone have any 
recommendations of websites about which you are aware?  I will post a hit if 
requested.  Thanks for any help you can offer.
  Troy Hand, LMS
  King's Fork Middle School
  350 King's Fork Rd.
  Suffolk, VA  23434
  (757) 925-5750

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