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Mrs. Rita MacAyeal, Archivist/Research Libraran
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Lake Forest Academy Library
1500 W. Kennedy Rd.
Lake Forest, IL 60045

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American Indian Literature
by Rita MacAyeal - Last Updated Oct 19, 2016
A guide to resources related to Native American literature, history and culture.
Ancient Greece
by Rita MacAyeal - Last Updated Jan 9, 2017
Tags: ancient greece, history, social studies
Archives of Lake Forest Academy and Ferry Hall
by Rita MacAyeal - Last Updated Oct 19, 2016
Guide to the archives of Lake Forest Academy and Ferry Hall, Lake Forest, IL.
Boxer Rebellion
by Rita MacAyeal - Last Updated Nov 4, 2016
Cambodia
by Rita MacAyeal - Last Updated Sep 15, 2015
Civil Rights
by Rita MacAyeal - Last Updated Apr 4, 2017
Cold War Era
by Rita MacAyeal - Last Updated Apr 4, 2017
The Cold War defined an era of military and political tension primarily between the United States and the Soviet Union from about 1947-1991.
Congo: History Resources
by Rita MacAyeal - Last Updated Sep 15, 2015
Economics Research Resources
by Rita MacAyeal - Last Updated Sep 15, 2015
Tags: economics, economy, history
ESL Resources
by Rita MacAyeal - Last Updated Sep 15, 2015
Links to resources for English as a Second Language Students.
Fake News
by Ashley Kolovitz, Rita MacAyeal - Last Updated Feb 1, 2017
Gothic Literature: The Victorian and Romantic Eras
by Rita MacAyeal - Last Updated Sep 27, 2016
This Guide provides resources for Gothic Fiction and the historical time periods called the Romantic Era (late 18th century to the mid-1800s) and the Victorian Era (mid-1800s to the end of the 19th century).
Great Depression and New Deal
by Rita MacAyeal - Last Updated Apr 4, 2017
The Great Depression was the worst economic depression of the 20th century. It began in the U.S. in 1929 and lasted until the middle 1940s. The New Deal was a series of programs enacted by FDR in response to the economic crisis.
Head of School Symposium 2012-- Brazil: Order and Progress
by Rita MacAyeal - Last Updated Apr 22, 2014
Resources available online and in the Library related to the topic of Brazil
Tags: brazil, head of symposium
Holocaust Studies
by Rita MacAyeal - Last Updated Apr 4, 2017
Guide to research resources pertaining to the Holocaust.
Tags: holocaust, world history
Human Rights
by Rita MacAyeal - Last Updated Apr 4, 2017
Korean War
by Rita MacAyeal - Last Updated Oct 26, 2015
The Korean War lasted from 1950-53. In June 1950, North Korea (backed by the USSR) invaded South Korea. The United Nations (primarily the US) joined the war on the side of South Korea, while China aided North Korea. It ended in a cease-fire in July 1953.
Laos
by Rita MacAyeal - Last Updated Sep 15, 2015
NASA/Apollo Program
by Rita MacAyeal - Last Updated Apr 4, 2017
The Apollo Program (1961-72) was a project of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) responsible for landing the first humans on the moon in 1969.
Native American History
by Rita MacAyeal - Last Updated Apr 4, 2017
Periodicals in the LFA Library
by Rita MacAyeal - Last Updated Jan 10, 2013
Your access to online and print newspapers and magazines.
Tags: journal articles, newspapers, periodicals, primary sources, research
Poetry, Plays, and Monologues
by Ashley Kolovitz, Rita MacAyeal - Last Updated Sep 27, 2016
Resources for your Shakespearean Idol Project.
Tags: literary criticism, shakespeare; poetry; english; literature; bard
President Richard M. Nixon and Watergate
by Rita MacAyeal - Last Updated Apr 4, 2017
Richard Milhous Nixon was President of the United States from 1969 until his resignation in 1974 in the wake of the Watergate scandal.
Revolutions in History
by Rita MacAyeal - Last Updated Aug 24, 2016
Shakespeare and the Elizabethan Age in England
by Rita MacAyeal - Last Updated Sep 27, 2016
This era in English history was the epoch of Queen Elizabeth I's reign (1558–1603). Known as England's "Golden Age", it was a time of renaissance in music, literature, poetry, and theater.
Slavery: Global History and Economics
by Rita MacAyeal - Last Updated Oct 15, 2015
slavery, slave trade, human trafficking
Tags: united states history, world history
The Tempest by William Shakespeare
by Rita MacAyeal - Last Updated Feb 6, 2017
LibGuide for AP Literature.
Vietnam
by Rita MacAyeal - Last Updated Apr 4, 2017
Vietnam War
by Rita MacAyeal - Last Updated Apr 4, 2017
The Vietnam War (a.k.a. The Second Indochina War) was fought between North Vietnam and South Vietnam from 1956-1975. The U.S. and other anti-communist allies supported the south, and the U.S.S.R., China and other communist allies supported the north.
Visual Art Resources
by Rita MacAyeal - Last Updated Dec 10, 2014
Use these resources to find information on art history, artists, and artworks.
Westward Expansion
by Rita MacAyeal - Last Updated Apr 4, 2017
Women in World War II
by Rita MacAyeal - Last Updated Apr 4, 2017
During World War II over 2.2 million U.S. women worked in the war industries manufacturing ships, vehicles, and weaponry for the military, and approximately 400,000 women served with the armed forces.
Women's Suffrage Movement
by Rita MacAyeal - Last Updated Apr 4, 2017
World War II
by Rita MacAyeal - Last Updated Apr 4, 2017

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