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Types of Primary Sources Old/current newspapers and magazines are primary sources.
Types of Primary Sources Maps are primary sources.
Types of Primary Sources Photographs are primary sources.
Types of Primary Sources Letters are great primary sources.
Types of Primary Sources Artifacts are primary sources.
Types of Primary Sources Journals and Diaries are primary sources.
Types of Primary Sources Post Cards
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