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KIN 515: History of Outdoor Pursuits: Find Primary Sources

What is a Primary Source?

A primary source refers to documents that are immediate, first hand accounts of an event or topic. These can include:

  • Original research
  • Diary entry
  • Interview
  • Video capturing an event
  • Artwork
  • Letter
  • Survey data.

Digital Ways to Find Primary Sources on Outdoor Pursuits at UNH and Beyond

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