A primary source is a first-hand or contemporary account of an event or topic. They are the most direct evidence of a time or event because they were created, or are things that were present, at the time or event. Primary sources have not been modified by interpretation and offer original thought or new information. Primary sources are original materials, regardless of format.
Primary sources can include:
UP Library Search is a useful tool for locating primary sources in the Clark Library's collection, in Summit libraries, and beyond.
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