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Primary Source Databases for Historical Research   Tags: history  

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Row of old books.  [Photo credit: Maguis & David]

[Photo credit: Maguis & David]

This resource gathers together databases of online texts. For other primary source material, see the complete History Research guide.

For text collections in other disciplines, go to Subject A - Z  on the library home page.

Writing About History explains primary source research.

 

Four ways to find primary sources:

1. Start with what you already have: to uncover references to primary sources.

2. Use the library catalogue to find books and other materials.

3.  Use reliable online text collections, such as the ones in this research guide.

4.  Use one of the specialized libraries at U of T, such as the Thomas Fisher Rare Book Library, or one of our special collections.

Online Primary Source Text Collections: Gender Focus

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