Primary sources are materials directly related to a topic by time or participation. These materials include letters, speeches, diaries, newspaper articles from the time, oral history interviews, documents, photographs, artifacts, or anything else that provides firsthand accounts about a person or event.
These are subheadings for primary sources published in book form. Search for these as keywords in Primo, combined with a main topic, such as women indonesia sources. You can mix and match, remembering to combine similar concepts together with "OR." Ex. sources OR diaries OR correspondence.
For literary works as primary sources, try these search phrases. Square brackets indicate that this is an example that you can modify with a parallel geographic area or adjective. Ex. [Indonesian] replace with kenyan