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Which of the following is a primary source? A. a Texas history textbook B. a documentary film about the Trail of Tears C. a biography of Alexander Graham Bell published in 1995 D. a love letter written to John Adams from Abigail Adams
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User: Which of the following is a primary source? A. a Texas history textbook B. a documentary film about the Trail of Tears C. a biography of Alexander Graham Bell published in 1995 D. a love letter written to John Adams from Abigail Adams

Weegy: B. a documentary film about the Trail of Tears
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A love letter written to John Adams from Abigail Adams is a primary source.
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