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Primary Sources - provide original ideas, participation in events, or direct observations of research/study. They can be historical documents written in the time period of the topic being researched. Examples include:
Historical documents written in the subject's time period
Novels, plays, poems, works of art
Diaries, autobiographies, speeches
Experimental research results, Data sets
Secondary Sources -analyze, describe, or restate information in primary resources or other secondary resources. Examples include:
Tertiary Sources -provide overviews of topics by compiling information gathered from other resources. Examples include: