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HIST/CRES 123 (Torres-Rouff)

Resources for US Comparative Race Ethnicity (History 123; Critical Race & Ethnic Studies 123)

What is a Primary Source?

Describes primary sources and uses a historical example (2:39) Produced by Adam Matthew & TextQuest

Primary and Secondary Sources

Explains the basic difference between primary (ground-level evidence for any discipline) and secondary sources (anything created using primary sources) but also indicates that what constitutes as primary and secondary sources depends on the discipline. (3:53) Produced by UWF Libraries & Joshua Vossler<