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FYSE 117 - Interpreting Our National Treasures: Home

Dr. Runyon's FYSE 117 Class


Find Information about National Treasures


Thinking at sunsetSome questions to consider:

What happened here?

Who is associated with this place?

What does this place represent?

What can we learn from this place?

What are the current issues/successes/threats for this place?

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Library Resources at CofC

The College Libraries and archives provide access to a wealth of resources, including some rare items about South Carolina people and places.

Digital Libraries

Digital libraries bring history alive with online primary source material. Find pictures, letters, documents, oral histories, etc.

Useful Websites

Use websites to find background information about your National Park/Monument. Only cite websites if your assignment permits you to do so. Make sure the website is an official site or is managed by a reputable institution.

Librarian for Marine Resources

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Geoff Timms

I look forward to helping you with your research needs. Please contact me or make an appointment!

Geoff's Scholarship

Marine Resources Library, Fort Johnson