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Online Primary Sources for Teachers It is important for teachers to incorporate primary sources into their social studies, science, math and arts instruction.  At Teachtopia.com we are proud to have assembled the clearest collection of sources for finding digital primary sources on the internet.  With the help of the list below, you could access many of the world’s special collections that have been through the digitization process. Region Specific United States,    Canada,     Europe,      Mexico,    Central and South America,     Africa,   Middle East,   Asia Identity Specific African-American History,     Native-American HistoryWomen’s History,   Asian- American History,   Jewish American History United States Docs Teach (National Archive) Resources for teachers that want to teach with documents (primary sources). Gilder Lehrman Collection Free registration for K-12 teachers and K-12 students. Library of Congress Digital resources from the world’s largest library. National Archives Incredible collection of archives surrounding U.S. history in general and Presidential History. Smithsonian Source A very clear place to search for specific types of documents related to American history. Yale University A large collection of American and global primary sources. Canada The Canadian Letters and Images Project Europe Perseus Project Mexico University of North Texas Central and South America Oberlin College: Sources and General Resources on Latin America Africa Africa: South of the Sahara from Stanford Univeristy Middle East The British Library Resources for Middle Eastern Studies Asia National Library of China African-American History The Church in the Southern Black Community from University of North Carolina Vanderbilt Central Library Resources for African American and Diaspora Studies Native American History Yale University Native American Resources Assimilation Through Education Primary Source Set from Library of Congress Women's History Middle Tennessee State University, American Women's History: A Research Guide Digital Collections of Primary Sources Asian-American History Library of Congress collection on Chinese Exclusion Act Jewish American History American Jewish Archives
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Online Primary Sources for Teachers It is important for teachers to incorporate primary sources into their social studies, science, math and arts instruction.  At Teachtopia.com we are proud to have assembled the clearest collection of sources for finding digital primary sources on the internet.  With the help of the list below, you could access many of the world’s special collections that have been through the digitization process. Region Specific United States,    Canada,     Europe,      Mexico,    Central and South America,     Africa,   Middle East,   Asia Identity Specific African-American History,     Native-American History Women’s History,   Asian- American History,   Jewish American History United States Docs Teach (National Archive) Resources for teachers that want to teach with documents (primary sources). Gilder Lehrman Collection Free registration for K-12 teachers and K-12 students. Library of Congress Digital resources from the world’s largest library. National Archives Incredible collection of archives surrounding U.S. history in general and Presidential History. Smithsonian Source A very clear place to search for specific types of documents related to American history. Yale University A large collection of American and global primary sources. Canada The Canadian Letters and Images Project Europe Perseus Project Mexico University of North Texas Central and South America Oberlin College: Sources and General Resources on Latin America Africa Africa: South of the Sahara from Stanford Univeristy Middle East The British Library Resources for Middle Eastern Studies Asia National Library of China African-American History The Church in the Southern Black Community from University of North Carolina Vanderbilt Central Library Resources for African American and Diaspora Studies Native American History Yale University Native American Resources Assimilation Through Education Primary Source Set from Library of Congress Women's History Middle Tennessee State University, American Women's History: A Research Guide Digital Collections of Primary Sources Asian-American History Library of Congress collection on Chinese Exclusion Act Jewish American History American Jewish Archives
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