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MC 202: Belonging or Not? Being Muslim in the US

Dr. Linda Sayed | Spring 2020

What are primary sources?

Primary sources are materials which provide first-hand evidence of an event, a social movement, or daily life in a particular time and place. Common examples of primary sources are letters, diaries, photographs, and oral history interviews. Depending on your research context, primary sources might also include newspaper articles, data, laws, treaties, or other legal documents.

Online Primary Sources

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