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Archives 101
Archives 101
Archives 101
Archives 101
Archives 101
Archives 101
Archives 101
Archives 101
Archives 101
Archives 101
Archives 101
Archives 101
Archives 101
Archives 101
Archives 101
Archives 101
Archives 101
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Archives 101

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This presentation is a basic overview of archives operations.

This presentation is a basic overview of archives operations.

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  • 1. More Than Just Dusty Papers What’s in the Archives for YOU?
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  • 4. Types of Archival Repositories
    • Collecting Archives
    • In-House Archives
  • 5. The Archives Reading Room
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  • 7. The Reference Interview
  • 8. Primary Sources: Formats
  • 9. Primary Sources: General Types
    • Personal
    • Legal
    • Social
    • Organizational
  • 10. Primary Sources
    • A primary source is distinguished from a secondary source by the fact that the former gives the words of the witnesses or first recorders of an event.
  • 11. Archives vs. Libraries
    • Libraries document a subject
    • Archivists are cuter
    • Libraries maintain single, published items
    • Patrons do not necessarily require the assistance of a librarian
  • 12. Documentation of Regional History
    • Oral Histories
    • Mining History
    • Dominic Jacobetti Papers
    • Government – Bruce Sarjeant x1580
    Garment Workers Strike, Gossard Garment Company, Ishpeming, 1949
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  • 16. A Question or Problem
    • Purpose
    • Analysis
    • Interpretation
    • Conclusions
    Let the evidence lead you where it will……….
  • 17. External Criticism
    • Where?
    • When?
    • Why?
    • Whom?
  • 18. Internal Criticism
    • Can you detect any bias or prejudice that calls into question the author’s argument?
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    • Does the author make warranted or unwarranted claims?
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  • 19. Thank You!
      • Marcus C. Robyns, CA
      • 227-1046
      • [email_address]

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