Colonial North America at Harvard Library
Colonial North America at Harvard Library is an ongoing, multi-year project designed to make available approximately 650,000 digitized pages of the institution’s 17th- and 18th-century North American materials. Users can browse primary source materials by themes, including: Women, The Sea, Maps, Families, Science, and Law. They can also explore topics like enslavement, food, politics, Canada, medicine, and material culture. Materials are searchable by keyword, and new documents are added regularly.
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