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Guide to Primary Sources
This guide will help students find and cite primary source materials, with special attention to resources related to topics frequently covered in ENGL 102 courses.
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This guide features links to digitized archival materials, with a focus on English 102 topics.

Also included: UT Special Collections for 102, and how to find primary sources in books & videos. 

Here are a few good starting points, with digitized collections covering a wide range of topics:

For materials in UT Special Collections, use this guide, or the "Hand-Picked" Special Collections Guides for English 102.

You may also wish to review the more encompassing, wide-ranging Special Collections Guides.


Citing Sources


About the Guide

If you have questions or comments about this guide, contact Rachel Radom. Or, add your comments using the link below.


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