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Check out these sites for excellent primary source material. [...] »

Check out these sites for primary sources grouped into sets by topic, grade-level appropriateness, and other factors. [...] »

This website by the Smithsonian Portrait Gallery will help students analyze artistic works. [...] »

This source from Cornell University's Olin and Uris Libraries includes guidelines for assessing primary source material. [...] »

Teach students how to utilize primary sources with this game from Annenberg Media [...] »

Find the National Archive's worksheets for analyzing a variety of primary sources. [...] »

These worksheets from the Library of Congress help students analyze primary sources. [...] »

Incorporate art into lesson plans with this resource from The Metropolitan Museum of Art. [...] »

Analyze art in the classroom with these resources from the Picturing America initiative. [...] »

When visiting historical sites, sometimes you need a visual/emotional "hook" to get students interested. [...] »