It's Primary Season: (Finding good primary resources for your class)

Happy Friday,

I have had several requests lately of places where Teachers and students can access primary resources.  Below are some sites that may be beneficial to you and your class. If you have questions about any of these please let me know.

Take Care,

World Digital Library  - The World Digital Library is sponsored by the United Nations and the Library of Congress to offer free access to  thousands of different documents, pictures, and recording from places all over the world. The WDL can be browsed by place, time, topic, or  type of item.  All content can be browsed by 7 different languages (See the website for more information about this 

Library of Congress -  The Library of Congress has a digital collection that is really easy to view. There is no login required and all material is free. One of the things that I like about this is that they have rotating  "Digital Collections" Students can see primary documents, pictures, video, and audio.

Google Newspaper Archive   The Google Newspaper archive has newspaper articles archived all the way to the 1800s.  Students can search by topic or by newspaper.


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