Answered By: Beth Floyd
Last Updated: Apr 03, 2020     Views: 15

A primary source is a document written or created during the time of the event or data resulting from original research.

Examples: Diaries, speeches, letters, interviews, news footage, newspaper articles or public records.

Search Enterprise (online book catalog) for:

   "Milestone documents"

   "Primary sources" as keyword subject or title search

   Words: documents or documentary

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