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I am a high school science

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I am a high school science teacher and I have adapted several primary source maritime books for Google Earth touring. It's a fun way for learners to explore science, history and geography. Feel free to use/share the material at: http://Sailthebook.net

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Great list! I did a similar

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Great list! I did a similar list a year ago (also with six sources), it included both free and paid resources. You and your readers may be interested as it adds a few you don't list here (Milestone Documents, Perseus Project, etc). As a history person, I love primary sources!
http://indianajen.com/2012/08/02/top-6-sites-for-primary-source-materials/

Don't stop with the Library

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Don't stop with the Library of Congress's newspapers. They have photos, handbills, documents, even recordings--music and oral histories. And, a special teachers section with materials and professional development. http://www.loc.gov/teachers/

Another amazing resource for

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Another amazing resource for primary sources is the Library of Congress' digitized newspaper archive. They have newspapers from throughout the United States, dating back to the mid-19th Century, which are queriable & interactive. Simply AMAZING!

http://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/newspapers/

Also check out the TPS-Barat

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Also check out the TPS-Barat Primary Source Nexus (http://primarysourcenexus.org/), which features primary source collections & learning activities using primary sources from the Library of Congress digitized collections.

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One of the key sites for

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One of the key sites for primary sources is our national library, the Library of Congress. Access resources at www.loc.gov and open a new world to your students through their digitized national collections.

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