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BISGST 303: History & Globalization (Gardner): Primary Sources

Looking for even MORE primary sources? Check out the history research guides from the UW Seattle Campus. On the left side the page, click on "History by Region" and then follow the Primary Sources link on that sub-guide. Or follow "Primary Sources by Type" and then choose a category. 

Activity for Monday, Feb. 12

Here is the link to today's Primary Source Exploration Activity on Canvas:  https://canvas.uw.edu/courses/1123391/quizzes/1021858

News & Magazines

Colonization & Empire

Advertisements

Economic & Trade Data

Primary Sources vs. Secondary Sources

Government/Intergovernmental Documents

Maps

Company or Industry Information

Interviews

YouTube is a great source for finding interviews with people involved in the production of your commodity.

You may also find interviews in newspapers or documentaries about your commodity.

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