Now is a great time to be researching history! More and more content once accessible only in special collections and archives is now being scanned, digitized, and shared on the web. This page will assist you in locating primary sources for your topic
A primary source in history is an artifact or document that is contemporary to the time period you are studying.
Search Library Search to find to locate collections of primary sources.
"Renaissance AND sources"
"Reformation AND documents"
When you find a relevant source, click on the subject heading in Library Search to find more items on the subject.
Project Gutenberg is a collection of over 30,000 e-texts in the Public Domain. Use the "Author" and "Title" searches to locate works by a particular person.
Books published before 1923 are in the Public Domain, so the full-text of many historical books may be found via Google Book Search.
Search for recordings of Renaissance and Reformation music in Naxos.