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Tertiary sources consist of information that is a collection of primary and secondary sources. Tertiary sources often provide information in a context that is able to be interpreted.
- Bibliographies: Also considered secondary.
- Dictionaries and encyclopedias: Also considered secondary.
- Fact books
- Indexes, abstracts and bibliographies used to locate primary and secondary sources
- Textbooks: Also considered secondary.
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