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How to use archives
Many towns and cities contain a wealth of local archive material, often in museums or town halls. Britain also has a wealth of nationally and internationally significant archives in museums, libraries and purpose built archives. Presented by Joe Crowley, this gives a taste of what kind of material is found in archives; how to access it and how to interpret it.
Could be useful when: Looking at methods of historical research.
Looking at archive sources.
Exploring museums, libraries and national archives.
Learning how to find out about historical figures or subjects.
Could be used in conjunction with any of the History Hunt series.
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