Historical method refers to the systematic and logical approach used by historians to gather, analyze, and interpret evidence in order to write and understand the past. This includes using primary and secondary sources, conducting research, and analyzing data to construct an accurate and objective account of historical events.
Historiography is the study of the methods, techniques, and theories used by historians to write and understand the past. It is concerned with how historians interpret and understand the past and how their perspectives and biases influence their understanding of historical events. Historiography also examines the evolution of historical writing and the changes in how historians have approached the study of the past over time.