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- Guide to Time Management – Get ideas and structure in this guide for time management.
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- National Archives – Primary sources, as well as guides and information for how to use them and find the documents you need.
- Library of Congress Primary Source Document Collection – Organized by collection, topic, and more, with a link to ask a LOC librarian if you are having trouble finding what you need. You can do so via chat or online form.
- Fordham University: Full Text Sources – Primary source documents grouped by time period. You can use CTRL+F to search for a specific author or document.
- The Avalon Project from Yale Law School – Document collections organized by topic, as well as legal cases and a Nuremburg Trials Collection.
- LIFE Historical Photo Archive from Google – Includes historical photos from earlier centuries through the present.