Online repositories of primary documents for use by History Majors — transcripts, facsimiles, and translations of European documents — international legal documents ancient to modern — newspaper collections going back to the 18th century — music, film, and documents archive — Fabian Society documents — British documents from Middle Ages to present — discussion of the concept of primary documents and historiography; additional sites with primary documents — Both sites offer access to the “Making of America” program which “is a digital library of primary sources in American social history from the antebellum period through reconstruction.” — Portal for collections of primary documents — documents and historical maps of Britain — European primary documents; strong in Russian documents — US National Archives has some documents available online; interlibrary loan might acquire copies of the written records after you search this site and find what you want — “meta index” of archives — Smithsonian Institute Digital Library contains podcasts, webcasts, reprints of lectures, and primary documents in American history — UK National Archives — Online guide to archives and libraries in Europe; search for material that might be available through interlibrary loan — International source of online accessible newspapers — “Primary resources for the study of Southern history, literature, and culture” — American slave narratives — Antebellum and Civil-War era documents from Virginia — Slave narratives and primary abolitionist documents — Frederick Douglas papers — Student letters from the University of North Carolina from 1795 to 1868 — World War One treaties, official papers, letters, diaries, images, links to other sites — 19th-century children’s literature — UK primary documents — Portal to World War II primary document sites — Portal to World War I primary document sites — Portal to Civil War primary document sites — Portal to Native American primary document sites — World War II primary documents — World War II primary documents — Massive portal for European primary documents — German primary documents (many translated into English) for World War II — Primary documents from World War I in addition to the Treaty of Versailles — Primary documents relating to American women in World War II — Advertisements in US and Canadian newspapers and magazines from 1911 to 1955 — “‘Man-on-the-Street’ Interviews Following the Attack on Pearl Harbor” — Alice Williamson’s diary detailing the occupation of Gallatin, TN, by Union troops in 1864 — Eclectic portal of primary documents on World War II — Digitized copies of material distributed by the Government Printing Office during World War II — Collection of some World War II images relating to the Nazis and the Holocaust — The site contains lesson plans for US history but also primary source websites; the left-hand panel contains the periodization and clicking on them takes you to primary documents, among other sources — Primary documents on War of 1812 — Primary documents of Nazi propaganda (translated) — Massive portal of primary documents relating to World War II — Primary documents from American female journalists during World War II — World Wars I and II posters — Artifacts at the US Holocaust Memorial Museum — International portal by the Library of Congress for international research, including primary documents — “Indian Removal Act” and ancillary events from the Library of Congress — “Indian Affairs: Laws and Treaties” — North American slave narratives — Sampling of primary document websites for American history — Documentary history of Reconstruction — “From Slavery to Freedom: The African-American Pamphlet Collection, 1822-1909” [Library of Congress]; browse by title, author, or subject or search by keyword — Martin Luther King, Jr. papers — “Slaves and the Courts, 1740-1860” — Irish foreign policy documents, 1919-21, 1923-32 — European written, pictorial, and film documents — Access to Holinshed’s Chronicles of England, Scotland, and Ireland written during the Tudor period — Historical maps on the internet — Maps and charts depicting the process of globalization — Collection of newspapers from around the world.  Some are archived so they could be primary documents.  (Yes, it’s on Wikipedia, but sometimes even a blind nut finds a squirrel). — Interviews with survivors of the Nazi forced labor program — “Papers of the War Department, 1784 to 1800” — “Digital Library on American Slavery” — Political cartoons from Harper’s Weekly — An immense collection of digitized images from Harvard library’s collection covering a wide range of historically relevant topics — Primary documents in American history from the National Humanities Center — Primary legal documents from Medieval and Early Modern England — A portal containing primary documents at Yale University as well as links to primary documents on “slavery, abolition, and resistance” — A portal with links to museums, the visual arts, music, maps, etc. — “European Historical Bibliographies” containing links to a number of university and document depository websites. — Timeline of British history including images of primary sources — Portal with links to European primary sources — All the interviews of the persons that went into making the documentary, Eyes on the Prize — Digitized collection of the Illustrated London News from 1842 to 2003.