October 9, 2015

Just Updated: The Research Guide to Turkeys from the University of Chicago Library

Here’s a resource that will help you amaze family and friends on Thursday (for those of you in the U.S.) with your knowledge of all things turkey.

The guide was last updated today.

From the Guide:

In celebration of Thanksgiving, the University of Chicago Library has created [a] research guide to provide a lighthearted, yet informative look at some of the many resources available about turkeys.

The University of Chicago Library Guide to Turkeys focuses on the following topics:

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