A primary source is direct evidence or firsthand testimony of an event or time period. Letters, manuscripts, journals, newspapers, speeches, interviews, memoirs, photos and videos, data, and physical objects are all examples of potential primary sources.
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A primary source is direct evidence or firsthand testimony of an event or time period. Primary sources are not solely handwritten; like letters and manuscripts. They could also be objects, artifacts or even videos.
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