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South Africa: Apartheid to Democracy: Online Sources


Peer reviewed journals

Peer Reviewed full-text journals with the subject "South Africa" -- most of these results will require you to login to one of our databases.

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South African Primary sources from JSTOR

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Primary Sources - Free online

When historians talk about evidence, they often mean primary sources. Primary sources (diaries, letters, speeches, newspaper accounts, artifacts, etc. created during the time period being studied) can offer rich and unique insights into your topic.  Thousands of primary documents have been digitized and can be found online on university, government and museum websites.  The Bentley Library also has collections of these documents in printed source books.

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A repository for digital collections. Items in the public domain (works published before 1923) are freely accessible online.

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