Ashford University Library. “Primary source materials for history (Links to an external site.).” Accessed February 16, 2016. http://library.ashford.edu.
Rael, Patrick. “How to read a primary source (Links to an external site.).” In Reading, Writing, and Researching for History: A Guide for College Students. Accessed February 16, 2016. http://www.bowdoin.edu/writing-guides/primaries.htm.
It would also be helpful to consult the following recommended source:
Libmarlo. (2008, May 21). What is a primary source (Links to an external site.). Video file. Accessed February 16, 2016. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cHTtpYYbhm0.
Write: Examine the Primary Source Analysis Worksheet and use it to analyze one of the primary source documents you intend to use for your Final Research Project.
Download and save the worksheet. Fill out the worksheet as you examine your source. Once complete, please copy and paste your completed worksheet to share as your initial post. If your source is available via a web link, please provide this link; otherwise, attach a PDF or Word file of your document to allow your classmates to consult it, if they wish to respond to your post.