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Reference resources are a great place to begin your research. They can help you define terms as well as to find basic information about a topic, a chronicle of its history, theories, key people and sometimes a bibliography of additional sources. In addition they can help you focus your topic and identify the main concepts, terms and keywords that describe your topic
Encyclopedias and dictionaries provide a general overview of a subject and information such as names, dates, and facts. They also provide historical and political events that may have impacted a person's work and the society and culture in which they lived and worked.
There are many different types of reference sources, which include dictionaries, encyclopedias, thesauri, bibliographies, handbooks, style manuals to name a few.
Entry for Suffrage has five references, the first one is an account by Helen Blackburns, Women's Suffrage written in 1902.