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  • 1. PRIMARY & SECONDARY SOURCES
  • 2. PRIMARY SOURCE
  • 3. SURVIVING RECORDS FROM THE PAST
  • 4. LETTERS
  • 5. LETTERS PHOTOS
  • 6. LETTERS PHOTOS CLOTHING
  • 7. LETTERS PHOTOS CLOTHING RECORDS
  • 8. SECONDARY SOURCE
  • 9. ACCOUNTS WRITTEN AFTER THE FACT
  • 10. TEXTBOOKS
  • 11. TEXTBOOKS BIOGRAPHIES
  • 12. TEXTBOOKS BIOGRAPHIES VIDEOS
  • 13. TEXTBOOKS BIOGRAPHIES VIDEOS TELEVISION
  • 14. THE HISTORICAL RECORD
  • 15. RULES TO CONSIDER
  • 16. TIME AND PLACE RULE:
  • 17. I WANNA BE CLOSE TO YOU
  • 18. BIAS RULE:
  • 19. HISTORY IS ONE OPINIONATED BROAD
  • 20. JESUS WAS THE ONLY PERFECT MAN (IF THAT’S YOUR THEOLOGY)
  • 21. EVERYONE ELSE IS A LIAR UNTIL PROVEN RIGHT (THAT’S MY PHILOSOPHY)
  • 22. (THAT’S MY PHILOSOPHY) ™
  • 23. THERE IS NO TRADEMARK ON HISTORY
  • 24. FOR ANALYZING (PRIMARY SOURCES)
  • 25. WHO WAS THE CREATOR?
  • 26. WAS HE/SHE THERE?
  • 27. WAS HE/SHE NEUTRAL?
  • 28. PERSONAL OR BUSINESS USE?
  • 29. PUBLIC OR PRIVATE USE OF THE ARTIFACT?
  • 30. INFORM OR PERSUADE? UPRIGHT OR DIRTY LIAR?
  • 31. WHEN WAS EVENT RECORDED?
  • 32. YOU’VE HEARD THE OLD EXPRESSION:
  • 33. “PRACTICE MAKES PERFECT”
  • 34. LET’S PUT THIS INTO PRACTICE