NK - Fwd: Homework Help! Primary Vs. Secondary sources.
angus at okom.net
Tue Nov 24 21:54:26 PST 1998
Just a whinny note :
this is a public media and any info for 1 recip. should be done privately
unless you think it is of interest/ entertainment to all....
thanks I 'll get off my soap box and eat some cheese now.
From: Catsswan at aol.com <Catsswan at aol.com>
To: Northkeep at Ansteorra.ORG <Northkeep at Ansteorra.ORG>
Date: Tuesday, November 24, 1998 1:04 PM
Subject: Re: NK - Fwd: Homework Help! Primary Vs. Secondary sources.
> Vanessa Goins A.K.A SCA Ly. Isabela del bosque
>Please do not give up on college. Write me here or personally, and I will
>to help. I teach English at TCC Metro - have been teaching somewhere for
>of my adult life (I won't say how much that is, but it is considereably
>than most in Northkeep).
>I am very familiar with Primary and Secondary sources, but not with the
>references you give. I will try to help anyway. Unless you teacher is
>requiring both, treat anything that has been written in a book - especially
>for SCA timeline - as secondary. It would take some detailed research to
>determine if the writer, even if writing in that time period, would have
>writng his or her own experiences.
>Let me know if I may be of any more help to you.
>Marilyn Yoder - Catharine MacLeod
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