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A primary source is a document or piece of evidence written or created during the time period you are studying. A primary source allows you to examine evidence firsthand without being affected by other opinions.
This is not our full list of databases related to primary source research. For a full list of primary source databases, see link below.
Tip: If you are researching a specific tribe or event relating to a geographic area, you might try locating a museum, university, or library in the region that may have digitized primary sources related to your topic.
Interested in using primary source material from our archive? Email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the archives on 7th floor of the library. Visit their hours page before planning a visit.