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Rosa Parks describing her role in the Montgomery Alabama bus boycott
a) Primary Source b) Secondary Source c) d)
A text book describing the civil war.
a) Primary Source b) Secondary Source c) d)
A journal written by Sequoyah about how he created the Cherokee alphabet.
a) Primary Source b) Secondary Source c) d)
A student reading a news report about the tanks from World War 1.
a) Primary Source b) Secondary Source c) d)
An interview with a soldier about what it was like in Iraq.
a) Primary Source b) Secondary Source c) d)
A movie showing the life of George Washington.
a) Primary Source b) Secondary Source c) d)
A biography about the second president, John Adams.
a) Primary Source b) Secondary Source c) d)
A colonist's journal describing what it was like to meet Native Americans for the first time.
a) Primary Source b) Secondary Source c) d)
A webpage talking about how life may have been in ancient Greece.
a) Primary Source b) Secondary Source c) d)
A radio recording of Walt Disney talking about Disney World.
a) Primary Source b) Secondary Source c) d)
A newspaper article from 2001 describing the great depression in the 1920's.
a) Primary Source b) Secondary Source c) d)
An autobiography about Abraham Lincoln.
a) Primary Source b) Secondary Source c) d)
Your parent describing how Pilgrims came to America.
a) Primary Source b) Secondary Source c) d)
A newspaper article from 2001 describing the attack on the World Trade Center on 9/11.
a) Primary Source b) Secondary Source c) d)
Looking up the invention of the steam engine in an encyclopedia.
a) Primary Source b) Secondary Source c) d)
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