Students of Mrs. VanderPlas

Dear Wonderful Sophomores:

Here you will find links to Supreme Court cases and the best databases to use for this annotated bibliography project.  

DATABASES: I suggest using the following first.  To access each, you must use our school's username and password (some only require password)
THIS IS WHAT YOU NEED TO SIGN IN -->    USERNAME: jfkchs      PASSWORD: lancers

Gale Opposing Viewpoints in Context****THIS IS MY FAVORITE

CQ Researcher

Gale Virtual Reference Library Books 

Salem History 

History Study Center 

Go to The OWL at Purdue University for the best, and most up-to-date information on MLA format, with examples of annotated bibliographies.


Clicking on the name of the Supreme Court cases below will take you to the digitized version of the decision on the Library of Congress website.  On each page (with the exception of Obergefell) you will also find a list of associated topics on the right; use these to help you further your search.  You can also search the LOC website for your case for more sources, in addition to the sites listed above.


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Jennifer Haas,
Apr 20, 2018, 7:30 AM
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