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Secondary Sources

Secondary sources are materials written by historians using primary sources (such as newspaper articles, government reports, books, etc. from the time period being studied) . Examples of secondary sources include:

See the resources below to help you find secondary sources.

Because historians cite their primary sources, look at their bibliographies to locate sources for your own research.

      

    Secondary Sources: Books

    • Library Catalog
      Materials owned by the University of Oklahoma libraries. For example, click here for a list of materials about Henry VIII.
    • WorldCat
      Materials held by libraries around the world. You may borrow (interlibrary loan) materials through the WorldCat database. Interlibrary loan is free! But give yourself time for a book to come through the mail.

    Secondary Sources: Articles

    Secondary Sources: Reference Materials

     

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