Helping students to define and distinguish between primary and secondary sources is a necessary skill when thinking like a historian. These Cornell Style Notes help students to understand what makes each type of source important. Students will examine specific examples for each type. These notes also explore why individuals have faked sources and how to examine them carefully for historical accuracy.
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