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Social Studies Research Project with Raabe - Sources

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Search the "Courses/Subjects" for the category of your topic. Education provides useful information for students, teachers, and parents. We offer homework help for elementary, secondary, and college students as well as information on college and graduate school admissions. Teachers will find lesson plans and classroom management strategies. Parents looking for insight into the admissions process, or seeking to help their kids with homework, will also find resources.

Historical Map and Print

Maps count as primary documents (but only if applicable to your topic).


The Elizabethan Era. The English Elizabethan Era is one of the most fascinating periods in the History of England. The Elizabethan Era is named after the greatest Queens of England - Queen Elizabeth I. The Elizabethan Era is not only famous for the Virgin Queen but also for the era itself - Great Explorers, such as Sir Francis Drake and Walter Raleigh.

Renaissance -- Related Resources

Medieval and Renaissance Studies Several databases, websites, and online gateways to electronic resources in Medieval and Renaissance Studies. The Civilization of the Renaissance in Italy This primary source document focuses on a variety of Renaissance topics, from humanism, morality, and religion to festivals, art, and discoveries.

British Isles Paid Online Resources This is a guide to the major electronic resources M.S.U. Libraries has bought or is subscribing to about/from the British Isles. EEBO Early English Books Online, provides digital access to the citations, texts, and illustrations of 106,639 works listed in Pollard and Redgrave's Short-Title Catalogue of Books Printed in England, Scotland, and Ireland and of English Books Printed Abroad, 1475-1640, (Ref.

A teacher's blog (Mr.Cowherd). He has listed a few interesting primary sources on this entry.

Internet History Sourcebooks

LINKS to primary sources!

Primary Sources - Medieval and Renaissance Studies - LibGuides @ Brandeis at Brandeis University

This guide provides research advice and sources for work in Medieval and Renaissance studies. URL: Print Guide There is a LibGuide devoted entirely to finding primary sources in the humanities. Click here to see it. The Robert D.