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The American Revolution, 1754-1805 - Peter Kratzke (Editor); Salem Press Staff
Call Number: REF 973.3 D31 v.1, REF 973.3 D31 v.2
ISBN: 9781429837057
Publication Date: 2012-12-01

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Beyond Confederation - Richard Beeman (Editor); Stephen Botein (Editor); Edward C. Carter (Editor)
Call Number: 973 B57
ISBN: 0807817198
Publication Date: 1987-03-31

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The American Revolution: Writings from the Pamphlet Debate 1764-1772 - Gordon S. Wood (Editor)
Call Number: 973.3 A51W
ISBN: 9781598533774
Publication Date: 2015-07-28

 

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A primary source is an original document or a record of a firsthand account of historical events. Primary sources include original manuscripts, correspondence, diaries, memoires, photographs and film footage, statistics and legal records. Primary sources may also include drawings, posters, inscriptions on monuments or tombstones, and writings by observers. Sculpture, ceramics, vases and paintings and religious texts may also provide primary source information.

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THE SALEM PRESS DEFINING DOCUMENTS SERIES IS AN EXCELLENT PLACE FOR PRIMARY SOURCE MATERIAL. LINK UNDER DATABASES AND ELECTRONIC RESOURCES

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