Finding Primary Sources: Revolution and the New Nation
A guide to finding primary source accounts of United States history at the Valley Cottage Library.
The American Revolution
- The American Revolution: Primary Sources byCall Number: J 973.3 HAUISBN: 1590182383
- Primary Source Accounts of the Revolutionary War byCall Number: J 973.3 DEEISBN: 1598450042
- The American Revolution: An Eyewitness History byCall Number: 973.3 BURISBN: 0816041350
- American Revolution Reference Library Cumulative IndexCall Number: REF 973.3 AMEISBN: 9780787638177
- The American Revolution: Primary SourcesCall Number: 973.3 AMEISBN: 9780737722604
- The American Republic: Primary SourcesCall Number: 973 AMEISBN: 9780865973329
- The American Revolution: Primary SourcesCall Number: 973.3 AMEISBN: 9780787637903
- The Revolutionary War: A Sourcebook on Colonial AmericaCall Number: J 973.3 REVISBN: 9781562940393
- A Nation is Born: Rebellion and Independence in America, 1700-1820Call Number: J 973.3 STEISBN: 9780805025828
- The Boisterous Sea of Liberty: A Documentary History of America from Discovery through the Civil WarCall Number: 973 BOIISBN: 9780195116694
- My Dearest Friend: Letters of Abigail and John AdamsCall Number: 973.44092 ADAISBN: 9780674026063
- Writings byCall Number: 973.41 WASISBN: 9781883011239
- Constitution.orgThough this site spans all time periods of American history up to the American Revolution, it is especially strong in the American Revolutionary Era. Contains many sources from a diverse selection of people.
- Smithsonian Source - American Revolutiona variety of sources including artwork, artifacts and other visual resources.
- The American RevolutionA very comprehensive site including documents, speeches, inaugural addresses and important information about the American Revolution.
- The John Adams LibraryThe John Adams Library Project at the Boston Public Library was established in 2003 to catalog, preserve, digitize, and provide access to the extraordinary personal library of America’s second president.