a place or source that one may find historical information or artifacts.
i think they are a primary source.... yes it is a primary source
When researching American independence or almost any founding-period subject, the Declaration of Independence is indeed a primary source. The difference between primary sources and secondary sources hinges on this simple distinction: a primary source is (or was) "there", while a secondary source is (or was) not "there" but instead talks "about" it.
Primary source: A historical document written by an eyewitness; secondary source: a historical document interpreting the accounts of eyewitnesses
How could you tell if the a Historical source is tainted with bias of a specitic agenda?
A historical source can be anything. A letter, diary, painting, newspaper, anything.
Primary source documents are documents that are created during the historical period and are written about the historical period. They are often based on observation.
No, it's a primary source historical document.
Historians will examine a second hand source of a historical event. If the second hand source matches up to other sources of information, then each source in a certain manner adds to the credibility of the historical event.
Isolate the problemCollect source materials, including primary and secondary sourcesEvaluate source materialFormulate hypothesesReport and interpret findings
cultural and historical text
A source directly from an event. An autobiography, Photograph, interview YOU did, are all primary sources.