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Primary Resources are contemporary information (whether written, spoken or otherwise) created at the time of an event, time period, person or thing. What is considered a "primary source" depends on the subject you are researching. Below are some ideas of resources that might be considered for research on the Titanic.
Newspaper and Magazine Articles - These may be searched about the ship, people involved or events surrounding the Titanic and her disaster (see the Timeline tab for names, dates and events involved in the disaster):