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ENG 4343: Primary Sources

A Guide for Native American Resources

What Are Primary Sources?

Primary sources are firsthand accounts of history: examples range from diary excerpts to court documents to genealogies and more.

Below, you will find links to articles that give more explanation on the definition and more examples.

Digital Public Library Primary Source Set

The University of Oklahoma Western History Collection

Government Policy

Carlisle Indian School

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