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Historical Health Care Policy Research: Secondary Sources

Secondary Sources

Secondary Sources

Accounts and interpretations of events created by someone without first hand experience or knowledge.  The sources analyze, summarize, and interpret historical events, places, times, and/or persons using primary sources. 
Examples of Secondary Sources:

Tutorial Video

Tutorial Videos

Learn the difference between primary and secondary sources with examples from the Minnesota Historical Society's collection.