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HIST 361 (Mehler)

Primary Sources

In the study of History, a primary source is an artifact, a document, diary, manuscript, autobiography, a recording, or any other source of information that was created at the time under study.

HIST 361 - Mehler

Finding Primary Sources

Use FLITE's subscription databases to find primary sources. To access FLITE databases from off-campus, login using your MyFSU username and password.

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Historical Newspapers
Historical Newspapers is a collection of eight databases, each covering an individual newspaper title, providing full-text access to the content of major U.S. newspapers (including articles, editorials, ads, and obituaries). Coverage begins with each paper's first issue and continues through recent years.