History: Sport in American Society - RESEARCH PAPEr (Cobbett, Shen)
DATABASES - overviews and articles
Databases - articles only (no overviews)
Academic OneFile (Gale)
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These are possible places to locate primary sources. The article you find here may or may not qualify as a primary source for your topic. You must make that determination.
Possible Primary Sources - Online:
U.S. History in Context (Gale) - After doing a search, look for a link to the Primary Sources Content Type. (If there are no primary sources for your search, the link will not be there)
Possible Primary Sources - on cart:
American Decades Primary Sources
The Times of the Sixties, Seventies, or Eighties
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