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UNIV 1301- Protests of the 1960s: Primary Sources

What are primary sources?

Put very simply, a primary source provides first-hand testimony or direct evidence of an event. Classic examples of primary sources include diaries, photographs, interviews, oral histories, newspaper articles, and--by some stretches-- autobiographies and memoirs.

Where to go for primary sources:

JSTOR Explains the Difference between Primary and Secondary Sources

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