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Images from Wikimedia Commons:  1906 Exposition Coloniale in Marseilles; 1910 Exposition Universelle de Bruxelles; 1931 Exposition Coloniale Internationale Paris.

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Hist 116S - Sex and Gender in the Age of High Imperialism - Primary Sources

This guide is designed to help you find primary sources and secondary sources  for your research paper. Use the tabs above to learn how to find books and scholarly articles on your topic; how to locate primary sources; and how to cite your sources.  The "Primary Sources" section focus mostly on the French and British Empire during the 19th and 20th centuries, but it does include a few sources related to other empires.  

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