You will read primary and secondary source materials about historical events and people in each of your history courses.
Primary sources are first-hand evidence of an historically important person or event. They are produced by that person or as a result of that event. Examples of primary sources include
Secondary sources are documents used to analyze, interpret, or study an historically important person or event. Examples of secondary sources include
Watch the video below to gain a better understanding of primary and secondary sources.
The SOWELA library has a large collection of history e-books available through our catalog and various databases. The list below has some suggestions. Contact a librarian if you don't find what you're looking for.
Copies of the textbook for this class are available in the SOWELA Library.