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Primary and Secondary Sources (Grade 9)

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Primary and Secondary Sources

1. 
A PRIMARY SOURCE is written after the event.
  1. True
  2. False
2. 
An encyclopedia is a primary research source.
  1. True
  2. False
3. 
An example of a primary source is a(n)                 .
  1. diary
  2. biography
  3. history book
  4. internet web site
4. 
A document or artifact created during a particular historical period is considered to by what type of historical source?
  1. Secondary Source
  2. Oral Source
  3. Primary Source
  4. Old Source
5. 
A primary source could be:
  1. a biography
  2. an autobiography
  3. an encyclopedia
  4. an atlas
6. 
The actual poster used to advertise land for sale to immigrants is an example of:
  1. Primary Source
  2. Secondary Source
7. 
What is information based on an interpretation of events seen by someone else?
  1. primary source
  2. secondary source
  3. visual source
  4. business source
8. 
An example of a secondary source is a(n)                   .
  1. letter
  2. eyewitness account
  3. survey
  4. biography
9. 
An example of a secondary source is                                         .
  1. a historical document
  2. an interview with an eye-witness
  3. a record of the results of an experiment
  4. an encyclopedia article
10. 
Give one example of secondary research.



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