It’s so important to include primary sources in your English Language Arts and content area instruction. Whether you’re doing a close reading of a text or drawing conclusions from a photograph
there are lots of ways that students can interact with artifacts. Here are a few great online resources and apps for primary source documents:
- Getty Images (photo library)
- Changing America (documents)
- DocsTeach (website from National Archives)
- Flickr (photo library)
- Shadow Puppet EDU (searchable photo library)
- LIFE Photo Archive (photo library
- Today’s Document (app from National Archives)
- Quotable Americans (famous quotes)
- Underground Railroad (documents)
- Met Museum (artifacts)
- Abraham Lincoln (documents)
- Congressional Moments (videos)
- America History Interactive Timeline (app with artifacts)
- DocsTeach (app from National Archives)
- American History Clips (videos)
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