Primary Source Collection for Research Assignments

  • War, Terror, and Resistance to the French Revolution

    World History Commons, excerpted from RRCHNM "Liberty, Equality, Fraternity: Exploring the French Revolution" | Apr 14, 2021

    The resource includes an informational essay on the Terror and 75 primary sources.
  • Australia/Pacific

    University of California-San Diego | Apr 8, 2021

    The resource offers subject listings of primary sources available online for targeted student research.
  • United Nations Archives and Records Management System

    United Nations | Mar 31, 2021

    The resource connects students and teachers interested in 20th century peacekeeping and conflict management history, Eleanor Roosevelt and the Universal Declaration...
  • North African Women and the French Empire, 1850-2000

    Julia Clancy Smith and Bill Velto | Mar 29, 2021

    The resource includes an informational essay on French rule and North African response, objectives, discussion questions, potential adaptations, guidance on engaging...

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  • Curiosity Collections

    Baker Library Special Collections, Harvard University | Mar 24, 2021

    The resource offers students an opportunity to investigate the British South Sea Company and the 1720 financial crisis through a rich...
  • Teaching Materials

    Guggenheim Museum | Mar 24, 2021

    The resource offers educator resources that spark historical thinking through art.
  • Dorr Rebellion Project Website

    Erik J. Chaput and Christiane Marie Landry, Providence College | Mar 22, 2021

    This site includes a short-form documentary, images, lesson plans, a database of letters, and links to articles and educational materials...
  • Digitised Pacific Resources

    National Library of Australia | Mar 12, 2021

    The resource is a gateway to collections of digitized documentary materials relating to the history, culture, and people of the Pacific region.
  • Consolation Prize

    Abby Mullen, Host and Executive Producer | Mar 8, 2021

    The resource is a narrative-style podcast which contextualizes nineteenth-century US diplomatic history through consular roles, responsibilities, and actions.
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