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Differences between primary and secondary sources | Historical Research

Historical Research
Primary and Secondary Documents
LibraryPrimary Sources: Books, Maps, Documents and other materials by the person, government or business who are actually involved with the event.
Secondary Sources: Books and other related works which are about a person, government or business during an historical event.
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