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Our About the Content page explains how the biographies are set out, while you can go to our Online Features page for more information about the technical features of the site. To get started, go to our ANB online user guide, which is also available in a printable format.
If you have a specific area of interest, you can visit the Research Ideas page, which gives suggestions on how the get the most out of your searches, and provides material geared to topics including Black History, the Civil War, Womenís History, and World War II.
Teachers can consult our Teacherís Guide which offers six lessons that highlight the importance and value of studying biography as an end in itself and as a starting point for doing further research into the lives of those who shaped the American experience.
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