African-American Odyssey contains slave narratives, letters, biographies, photographs and even the history of baseball and Jackie Robinson.
Avalon Project contains primary sources for U.S. and World History.
Herblock's Cartoons allows students to explore editorial and political cartoons from the Crash (1929) to the Millennium (2000).
Our Documents displays the top 100 most influential documents in U.S. history. They are shown in their original format or typed text. Background info as well as impact information is given with lesson plans.
U.S. Library of Congress is filled with primary sources arranged by topic. Students can also use the search engine to find unique photos, diary entries, letters and articles.