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FYSE 124-01 - Children and the Holocaust: Primary Sources

Research Guide for Ted Rosengarten's First Year Seminar

How to find . .


A primary source is a first-hand account of an event. It was created during or immediately after the event or period that it documents.

Primary sources may include newspaper articles, letters, diaries, interviews, laws, reports of government commissions, and many other types of documents.

Finding Sources on the Web

Using the Classic Catalog

The Classic Catalog is your friend in finding primary sources IN CofC Libraries.

Selected Online Resources