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Primary sources are first hand observations of a time, person or event, or material culture associated with a time, person or event.
When examining a primary source, ask yourself the following questions:
Here's something to test using these questions: It is a lapel pin, circa 1971 with the phrase "I support Vietnam Veterans against the war" and a logo.
1. The Databases page has a Database Types drop down menu. Select "Primary Sources" to retrieve databases.
2. This search in Omni, the Library's catalogue targets records describing primary sources. Give it a try.
Here's an example using poverty AND laws