Scholarly reviews of online primary source archives, including teaching potential
Eight guides by leading world history scholars to analyzing primary sources: music, images, objects, maps, newspapers, travel narratives, official documents, and personal accounts
Eight multimedia case studies model strategies for interpreting particular types of primary sources (music, images, objects, maps, newspapers, travel narratives, official documents, personal accounts) and placing them in historical context
Sixteen case studies, written by high school and college teachers, discuss the planning and implementation involved in teaching a particular primary source
About the project's staff, authors, and approach as well contact information
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