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Primary Sources: General Information

This guide discusses what primary sources are, and how you can find primary sources

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What is a primary source?

A primary source is a source that was written at the time an event took place.  Examples of primary sources are: letters, journals, news articles, advertisements, yearbooks, government documents, photographs, and receipts.

 

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