Having problems requesting items via Summit? Please contact the JFK Circulation Department at 509.359.7888, or email@example.com, or in person on the Main Level.
The following Web sites will explain the differences between primary and secondary sources.
To find books that reproduce primary sources on your topic, you need to enter the topic (or person) you are researching and one of the following subjects:
Archives, correspondence, diaries, interviews, letters, manuscripts, maps, memoirs, narratives (personal, slave, etc.), photographs, propaganda, sources, speeches.
If you want to find reproductions of important primary sources from U.S. history, then you can do a subject search for United States History Sources in the EWU catalog.