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American Colonist's Library

Name: American Colonist's Library Brief Description of the Site: American Colonist's Library has important primary source documents pertaining to the years 500 B.C. to 1800. How to use the site: Information is chronologically sequenced at this Web site and you click the dates to view linked materials. There's
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Name:American Colonist's Library

Brief Description of the Site:
American Colonist's Library has important primary source documents pertaining to the years 500 B.C. to 1800.

How to use the site:
Information is chronologically sequenced at this Web site and you click the dates to view linked materials. There's more than just Revolutionary War information here because the dates range from 500 B.C. to 1800. Students and teachers can read annotations for each link, which can be a real classroom and homework time saver. If your students are looking for their favorite explorers, they may be here, too. So, if you want your students to read primary source material between written between 500 B.C. and 1800, this is the site.

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