Sketch." Margaret Sanger Papers. 3
May 2010. Web. 4 Feb. 2010. <http://www.nyu.edu/projects/sanger/secure/aboutms/index.html>.
This source was a website dedicated
to informing people of Margaret Sanger’s life and the important role she
played. The website held many important information, everything from details
about her divorce to her strenuous attempts to legalize birth control. This
website originates from The Smith College collection. Coming from a college, I
know it’s a credible source.
Jennifer. "Sanger, Margaret." Encyclopedia of Science, Technology,
and Ethics. Ed. Carl Mitcham. Vol. 4.
Detroit: Macmillan Reference USA, 2005. 1678-1680. Gale Virtual
Reference Library. Web. 11 Nov. 2010.
Within a small Encyclopedia of
Science, Technology, and Ethics there was an article about Margaret Sanger’s
work during her lifespan. Through this article I learned the basic facts about
what she did to advance human health, and her motivation behind her work. I
know this website is credible because it comes from an encyclopedia source that
bases their work off of increasing student’s knowledge on a pertaining
Taft. Margaret Sanger; Pioneer of the Future. New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1969. Print.
Emily Douglas wrote a biography on
Margaret Sanger. Through this book I learned more about Margaret Sanger’s
trials and tribulations. The book included many important facts that I am able
to use for my history day project.
I can trust this source because it was processed through an editorial
company and the author included a bibliography in the back of the book.
"II Duce v.
The Woman Rebel: It's Birth Control or War!" Margaret Sanger Papers. 17 Feb. 2009. Web. 02 Mar. 2011. <http://www.nyu.edu/projects/sanger/secure/newsletter/articles/mussolini.htm>.
Through this website provided by Margaret
Sanger Papers, a very
credible site sponsored by National History Day, I found out information
regarding Margaret Sanger’s on going quarrel with previous Italian dictator,
Mussolini. The website provided information on how their debate began, Sanger’s
trip to Italy, Mussolini’s corrupt leadership of Italy, and excerpts from a
magazine, Plain Talk, that published dialect between the two. I gained all of my information
regarding their disagreeable opinions from this website. I used a lot of the
information given mostly background information, but I took 2 quotes from their
"Margaret Sanger." American National Biography Online. Feb. 2000. Web. 11 Nov. 2010. <http://www.anb.org/articles/15/15-00598.html>.
This was a website pertaining to
Margaret Sanger’s life. They summarized her life and pivotal events. The
website contained lots of important information that I’m able to use for to
gain a better knowledge of Margaret Sanger and include in my life history day
project. I know this website is credible because it comes from a national
website. The author also included a bibliography at the end of the article to support
Sanger." 300 Women Who Changed the World. Encyclopedia Britannica Profiles. Web. 12 Nov. 2010. <http://search.eb.com/women/article-9065508>.
Margaret Sanger was included in
Britannica’s encyclopedia edition of “Women Who Changed The World” and being an
encyclopedia article it gave a brief description of her biography. I gained a
decent amount of knowledge through this source, but this information was also
learned through other sources already. I know this is credible because the information
has already been repeated in previous sources therefore the facts are correct.
The article comes from a well-known encyclopedia that would only publish
Famous Father of 18!" Margaret Sanger Papers. 14 Nov. 2002. Web. 02 Mar. 2011. <http://www.nyu.edu/projects/sanger/secure/newsletter/articles/sanger_vs_famous_father.html>.
This website article provided me
with lots of information regarding the Margaret Sanger’s debate with Chief
Justice Russell regarding his negative viewpoint on birth control due to old
traditions. I gained all of my information on their debate from this website as
it provided a summary of the debate, background information, and quotes. This
is one of the main websites that holds information on Margaret Sanger including
mp3/quicktime recordings, and National History Day sponsors it making the
website very credible. I transferred background information and quotes from
this article onto my outline.