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Primary Sources refer to original events, documents and artifacts.

On campus you can find primary sources at the University Archives, the History, Philosophy and Newspaper Library, or local public libraries. Try searching using words such as: correspondence, diaries, early works to 1800, interviews, pamphlets, periodicals, personal narratives, and sources. For more information and help searching, check out the UGL's guide.

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