Primary Sources Documents

These Primary Source documents are pertinent to courses taught by Professor Bailly. They are arranged by course and in chronological order.

Relying on truthful and sourced information is essential in academic endeavors. Students should view with caution anonymous, unverified, and/or unattributable websites, such as blogs, commercial websites (especially travel), and Wikipedia. Students should always seek primary sources when possible. In addition to the following documents, students should review Bailly’s Reliable Research Resources.

MIAMI IN MIAMI
Civil Rights
Everglades
National Register of Historic Places
Seminoles
Tequesta

ESPA√ĎA STUDY ABROAD
Florida

FRANCE STUDY ABROAD

ITALIA STUDY ABROAD

NATIONAL REGISTER OF HISTORIC PLACES
Downtown Miami Historic District
Lummus Park Historic District
Miami Circle
Miami-Dade County Courthouse

Properly recognizing and citing sources is a foundational principle of honesty and integrity in academia. Students must use the MLA format for all work done in Bailly’s classes. In addition, students must properly credit images they use. Read Bailly’s guide on Image Rights and Usage.

MESSAGE TO STUDENTS AND ESSAY MILL WRITERS
Submitting the work of someone else as your own work is plagiarism. In Florida, not only is this Academic Misconduct, but it is also a crime. Florida Statute 877.17: It shall be unlawful for any person or business entity to sell, offer to sell, or advertise for sale any term paper, thesis, dissertation, essay, or report”

EDITORS AND LAST UPDATE
John William Bailly  29 August 2022

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