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Tutt Library Research Guides

 

History Day: Other Primary Sources

A resource for teachers and students to use for National History Day research

Magazine/Journals @ Tutt

American Periodicals Online provides access to full text images of popular American newspapers, professional journals and magazines that began publication from 1740-1900.

The Economist HISTORICAL ARCHIVE 1843-2006. Digitized version of the famous magazine which has analyzed British and global affairs for 150+ years. For more recent issues of the Economist, please see the print version in Tutt Library or access through EBSCO.

Harper's Weekly provides access to images of all the pages in Harper's Weekly from 1857 to 1912.  Everything in this publication has been indexed.  You can even exclusively search the advertisements or illustrations.

The Nation Microfilm: v.1-211(1865-1970) Tutt Library 2nd floor

Online Resources (Primary & Secondary)

World War Archives: Primary Sources

U.S. & World History: Ephemera, Diaries, Oral History, Manuscripts and More

Useful Primary Source Websites

Select U.S. Archives

Google Scholar

Google Scholar can be used to find primary sources. Click on the arrow to the right of the search box to open the Advanced Scholar Search window.

Use a Secondary Source to Find a Primary Source

A bibliography from a good secondary source is a fast, easy way to find primary sources.

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