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Page creatorJensenFA (talk | contribs)
Date of page creation15:06, 30 November 2009
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Date of latest edit17:59, 4 February 2016
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A primary source is any record created during the time you are researching - an eyewitness account. Primary sources can take many forms, such as newspapers, letters, journals, tax lists, court documents, church records, or a census. Even published books can be considered primary sources if they were printed during the time of your study.
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