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HIST 451, Capstone Research Seminar (Tusan): Primary sources

Primary Source Collections

Collections of several types of primary sources curated around a topic or theme.

Search for articles published in popular magazines and journals from different times in history.

Use the date range limit to narrow your search to a relevant time period. 

Digitized collections of books published during different time periods.

The full text of letters and diary entries, often from works that have been previously published as books containing collections of letters or diaries. Use the Browse indexes to find works about specific historical or life events.

Official government publications, including laws, treaties, and records of legislative proceedings.

These links allow you to search across multiple databases at the same time.

Microfilmed research collections

Recognizing Primary Sources

Second World War

Subject Guide

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Priscilla Finley, humanities librarian

priscilla.finley@unlv.edu
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