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History - HSTA 200 (U.S. Immigration) : Secondary Resourcese

This research guide will assist students in HSTA 200: Historian as Detective (U.S. Immigration), Rachael De La Cruz. The information in this guide aides researchers as they dive into the history of immigration in the US.

What is a Secondary Source

Secondary sources interpret and analyze primary sources and are one or more steps removed from the event that is being reported. Examples include journal articles, which interpret or review previous findings; textbooks, criticisms; encyclopedias; commentaries.

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