Primary Sources in the Classroom
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The Library of Congress Teachers Page: Resources for Getting Started with Primary Sources « Teaching with the Library of Congress

The Library of Congress Teachers Page: Resources for Getting Started with Primary Sources « Teaching with the Library of Congress | Primary Sources in the Classroom | Scoop.it
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Feature Article, Teaching with Primary Sources (Library of Congress)

TPS Quarterly - Feature Article, Fall 2009, Library of Congress.
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Tell Me Your Stories: An Oral History Curriculum

Tell Me Your Stories: An Oral History Curriculum | Primary Sources in the Classroom | Scoop.it
The Living Legacies Historical Foundation presents an oral history curriculum for high schools and middle schools involving students with their families and communities.
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The U.S.-Dakota War of 1862

The U.S.-Dakota War of 1862 | Primary Sources in the Classroom | Scoop.it
RT @publichistorian: The @mnhs's special site http://t.co/56JmNLCe is an excellent resource for history and primary documents on the US-Dakota War.
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What is a Primary Source?

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University of Nevada, Reno; Knowledge Center; Primary Sources include original documents, creative works, and relics or artifacts, while Secondary Sources are interprative or analytical works, such as encyclopedias or criticism;...
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Primary Source Collections on the Web | Teachinghistory.org

RT @teachinghistory: Looking for #primarysources?
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Casey Hugh McNealy's curator insight, July 18, 2013 3:21 PM

This website contains links to other websites besides Library of Congress for teachers to find more primary sources to use in their lesson planning.