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INAF 100-70 Proseminar - Medieval History

Finding and Identifying Secondary & Primary Sources

The Difference between a Secondary and Primary Source

Example Book: The Black Death : the great mortality of 1348-1350 : a brief history with documents by John Aberth

The library catalog has some clues that can help you.

The top circle links to more detailed information about the book, often including a summary and table of contents.

The bottom circle are subject headings. Look out for words like Sources, Diaries, Narratives, or Documents.