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British History: Primary and Secondary Sources   Tags: british history, english history  

This guide will help you find primary and secondary source materials related to British history.
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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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