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HON 430 1001 Changing Notions of National Identity (Kepka): primary sources

What is a primary source?

A primary source is evidence that comes directly from the event or experience you are writing about. This might be a first-hand account from someone who was involved in an event or a work like a diary. letter  or newspaper report that was created during the time period.

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