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History: 79-206: Crime and Punishment in Early Modern Europe: Primary Sources

Primary Sources

Finding More Primary Sources

The resources listed here are not the only ones available.  Many others are in print or microform and can be found by searching library catalogs, like CMU's library catalog, or Worldcat, a database of library holding though out the world (though mainly U. S.). Use some of these terms combined with your topic.  For this class, sources might be the best bet.


personal narratives
diaries
sources
correspondence
interviews
pamphlets
speeches
early works to 1800

For example:

witches and sources
occult and sources

It's best to have the term sources, etc. searched as a subject to get the most relevant materials.

There are also additional primary sources listed at:

Finding Primary Sources

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Sue Collins
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Subjects: History, Reference