Primary Sources in Library Catalogs
There are other terms that appear frequently in the subject headings of works, too. A short list:
- and sources
- and sermons
- and correspondance
- and diaries
- and personal narrative*
- and hymns
For a more extensive guide to primary sources available during your time period, see also the guide: Primary Sources for Historical Research.
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