Primary sources such as government documents, laws, images, interviews, news accounts, autobiographies, literature and many others can greatly enhance your research. Here are some suggestions for locating primary sources related to the topic of this course.
Remember that you will want to evaluate the sources to make sure they are acceptable for your research.
Honnold/Mudd Special Collections: Depending on your topic, there may be materials in Special Collections that might be of use to your research. For example, the Darlene Nicgorski papers on the Sanctuary Movement, 1968-2011.
Autobiographies : Here are some subject heading examples to use in Library Search
Digital archives and exhibits created by libraries, museums and other cultural institutions:
The following resources are recommended for finding newspaper articles. In some cases, there is a direct link in the database to the full text of the article. If not, use the button or search Library Search for the title of the newspaper to determine if the library has access to the newspaper that you need.