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US History: Primary Sources

DPLA

The Digital Public Library of America  became available April 18, 2013. This search engine provides access to millions of texts, images, audio files, video files, and other resources digitized by libraries, archives, museums, and other organizations in the United States. The DPLA is a incredible resource of historical primary source material.

Web Sites That Link to Many Sources

The Library of Congress

Search America's largest resource for Primary Sources

 

 

 

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