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Links 1 through 10 of 85 by Christy Keeler tagged Primary_Source

This is a PDF version of a booklet on using primary sources in the classroom. It discusses strengths and benefits of numerous artifact types (e.g., documents, advertisements), provides worksheets to guide students through source analysis, and includes lesson plans using Smithsonian artifacts. This could serve as an excellent resource when engaged in professional development relating to primary sources.

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This is a website for researching the specific history, geneology, or ancestry of Africans in Louisiana. The site includes innumerable primary source documents (birth and death notes, occupations, family and community histories). This is a great website for specific and in depth research about a certain person, family, or to see examples of documents buying and selling slaves and for connecting ethnic backgrounds between families and groups.

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This website includes detailed lesson plans to teach the encounter between Native Americans in Pennsylvania and Europeans. It includes links to primary sources and links to other lesson plans on connected subject matter.

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Marquette University's Native American Collections include "Hispanic Catholicism in Latin America" and "French Catholicism in North America" among others - which would provide teachers with a wealth of primary source documents which could be used for background knowledge.

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Jonathan Edwards' books (Volume 1 and 2) about the Life & Diary of the Rev. David Brainerd are available from this site. Brainerd was a missionary to several Native American tribes and died in Edwards home - leaving him his diary and notes. This provides primary source information from a missionary's viewpoint.

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This site includes a variety of direct quotes (primary sources) from Native Americans from various tribes that reveal their thoughts on the encounters experienced with Europeans. Many reveal their response to the European's religion.

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This site describes the types of conditions enslaved Indians went through during the pre-colonial time period. It discusses the different slavery among tribes, and the conditions that these enslaved Indians faced. It gives a detailed descriptions of how they worked, where they worked, and who owned them. I believe that this site would be useful for students in the upper elementary, middle, and high school levels.

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The site is a brief history of the Black Seminole Indians and their migration to the state of Texas. History of the cultures meeting leads to the present day descendants still living in the state of Texas.

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This page is a brief composition of Oklahoma state history. Much of the state experienced a high influx of free slaves following the civil war. Paragraphs detail contributions of both Black and Native Americans to the state's rich history.

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This website is an excellent personal narrative selection. It is very descriptive in a first person point of view. Fantastic tool for writing personal narratives, expressive writing, and culture.

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