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History:

History of Medicine:
Primary Sources:


History of Medicine:
Primary Sources:

Audio Materials

See also the resources in History: Audio Resources: General.
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History of Medicine:
Primary Sources:

Books

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History of Medicine:
Primary Sources:

Collections, Papers, and Diaries

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History of Medicine:
Primary Sources:

Government Documents


Documents produced by the United States government can be a great source of information since the Government produces reports and holds hearings on a wide variety of subjects. Below are just a few examples of the types of government documents that are relevant to the history of medicine. To find more, use the databases and indexes listed at History: Databases and Indexes: Government Documents. Be advised that many of the government documents that are in Hunt Library are not in the Libraries' online library catalog. If you need help locating government documents, ask for assistance at the Hunt Library reference desk.

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History of Medicine:
Primary Sources:

Journals and Magazines


Magazines and journals can be considered either primary or secondary sources, depending the way in which they are used. Ask your professor if you have questions about which they might be considered in the context of your paper. Some of the indexes and databases listed at History of Medicine: Databases and Indexes cover the magazines and journals listed below, as well as additional titles of interest.
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History


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April 2011 -- http://www.andrew.cmu.edu/user/sc24/History/medprimary.html
Sue Collins, Senior Librarian, sc24@andrew.cmu.edu