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Primary Source Exercise

A primary source is a first-hand, original account, record, or evidence about a person, place, object, or event. Oral histories, objects, photographs, and documents such as newspapers, ledgers, census records, diaries, journals, and inventories, are primary sources.

We have created some primary source sets and analysis tools that you may find useful in teaching your students about the Hispanic/Latino history and culture of Colorado, and the Colorado Chicano Movement.

*Pictured above, students using the CSU Pueblo Archives.

CSU Pueblo Primary Source Sets

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