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Primary and Secondary Sources: What is a primary source?

"Some materials are primary. This means that with respect to your project they are data. These can be manuscripts, archives, documents, censuses, reports, and so on" (7).

Abbott, Andrew. Digital Paper: A Manual for Research and Writing with Library and Internet Materials. U of Chicago P, 2014