View original and historical diaries, letters, photographs, maps, audio recordings and much more.
- History and Politics Out Loud – This great site has Real Audio clips of actual historical speeches.
- Library of Congress American Memory Project
- American Treasures of the Library of Congress
- Today in History
- National Archives and Records Administration Exhibit Hall
- National Gallery of Art
- University of Pennsylvania Center for Electronic Text and Image Collections
- Duke University Rare Book, Manuscript and Special Collections Library
- University of Washington Digital Collections
- Teaching with the Library of Congress – Tips on how to use primary sources in the classroom
- Tinfoil.com – Digitalized early recordings
- Eyewitness to History – Features archived photos, documents, and both verbal and written eyewitness accounts of famous events in history.
- WGBH Open Vault – Video excerpts, searchable transcripts, and interviews by public television station WGBH between 1968 and 1993 for individual and classroom learning.