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REF 970.02 NOR North America in Colonial Times, v. 1-4
REF 972 EAR Early Civilizations in the Americas, v.1-3
REF 973 AME Almanacs of American Life, v. 1-3
REF 973 AME American Centuries, v. 1-
REF 973.2 AME American Eras: The Colonial Era, 1600-1754
(and other volumes in this series)
Gale databases provide virtual libraries: reference articles, primary source materials, news articles, websites, audio files and visual media, etc.
ProQuest Historical Newspapers is the definitive newspaper digital archive offering full-text and full-image articles for significant newspapers or magazines dating back to the eighteenth century.
Discovery Education is an excellent resource for videos on a multitude of research topics.
Colonial Williamsburg's site it great for life in colonies, slavery, Virginia, etc. http://history.org
Constitution Center may be useful for governance issues: https://constitutioncenter.org/
Smithsonian Institution's History Explorer: https://historyexplorer.si.edu/
State websites (.gov) may be helpful, too!
Check with your teacher before exploring the Internet for websites!
The following websites are authoritative and may be used for research:
America in Class (primary source)
(2016, National Humanities Center)
The History Channel
(2016, A&E Television Networks)
(2016, National Geographic Society)
National Park Service
(2016, US Department of the Interior)
PBS(2016, Public Broadcasting Services)
(2017, Independence Hall Association)
NO Wikipedia for research!