Primary And Secondary Sources: Question Preview (ID: 27402)


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Short story about Thomas Edison
a) primary source b) secondary source c) d)
Play about Ben Franklin.
a) Primary Source b) Secondary Source c) d)
A scientist explaining what it was like for Buzz Armstrong to walk on the moon.
a) Primary Source b) Secondary Source c) d)
A journal by a cowboy about a cattle drive.
a) Primary Source b) Secondary Source c) d)
An interview with Alexander Graham Bell.
a) Primary Source b) Secondary Source c) d)
An autobiography about 40th president, Ronald Reagan.
a) Primary Source b) Secondary Source c) d)
A book describing Christopher Columbus sailing to the Americas.
a) Primary Source b) Secondary Source c) d)
A cartoon showing how Pocahontas met John Smith.
a) Primary Source b) Secondary Source c) d)
A famous artist's painting of what cowboy life was probably like.
a) Primary Source b) Secondary Source c) d)
A textbook describing the civil rights movement.
a) Primary Source b) Secondary Source c) d)
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