Evidence of the Pst

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Brianne McClellan HIST 385 01 9/16/2010 “Evidence of the Past” Exercise 1: Identifying Primary Sources A. Which of these two passages is the primary source? Passage two is the primary source. Why do you think so? This is the primary source because it is written in the first person rather than someone else writing about another’s experiences. B. Which passage is the primary source? Passage two is the primary source. Why do you think so? This is the primary source because it is written in a firsthand account whereas the other one is written about someone else’s experiences. Exercise 2: When History Speaks to Us A. Observation 1: Anna has been in pain and suffering for a while. Observation 2: Anna does not have full use of all of her body. B. Observation 1: Philip enjoys watching the students dance in their free time. Observation 2: Philip is constantly being rushed throughout the day. C.
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