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CORE 1000: Mexico, Migrations & Missouri

A research guide focused on finding historical primary sources about key figures & organizations in Missouri's history

Understanding Primary vs. Secondary Sources

Examples of primary sources are artifacts like: diaries/journals, letters, speeches, interviews, newspaper or magazine articles, government publications or records, photographs, audio or video recordings, artwork, etc.

Secondary sources typically include artifacts like: textbooks, biographies, newspaper or magazine articles, review or criticisms, etc.