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A primary source is a document or physical object written/created during the moment in time you are interested in researching. A primary source provides information directly from the source (a book written by Adolf Hitler). A secondary source provides information indirectly (a historian's recounting of research done on Hitler).
Indiana University at Bloomington gives an excellent example of primary sources vs. secondary sources right here.
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Auburn women's baseball team, 1914
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American National Biography REF CT213.A68 1999
American Historical Association's Guide to Historical Literature REF D20.A43 1995
Harvard Guide to American History REF z1236.H27
Dictionary of American history REF E174 .D52 2003
Dictionary of American History REF E174.D52 2003
The United States in the Nineteenth Century REF E169.1.E626 2001