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Primary Resources for French Studies: Online Catalog

Last updated: 04-08-2008

Online Catalog

Attaching as sub-headings in your search words such as sources, archival resources, correspondence, pamphlets, periodicals, personal narratives, or documents, will pull up primary source material. Periodicals written at the time of an event may include observations or comments on current affairs, for example. People’s letters are primary sources, as are government produced materials. Some examples: Manet, Edouard 1832-1883--correspondence.
France--history--sources. Painting--French--sources.

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