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How do primary and secondary sources help us learn history?
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anonymous
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yea?
anonymous
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But I am not 100% sure

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anonymous
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That"s not a answer bub
anonymous
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How do primary and secondary sources help us learn history?
anonymous
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Secondary sources are those which are written about events in the past. They usually interpret those events through the lens of the time period in which they are written. New discoveries are made and attitudes change over time causing understandings of past events to change. Facts may remain consistent, but interpretations change, sometimes drastically. Primary sources might also include first-hand accounts that were documented later, such as autobiographies, memoirs, and oral histories. However, the most useful primary sources are usually considered to be those that were created closest to the time period you’re researching.
anonymous
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source: http://www.otis.edu/library/using-primary-secondary-sources
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Thanks
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yea

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