Primary sources are materials written by someone who personally experienced or witnessed the event being described. These original documents are not about another document or account, nor are they an interpretation of another source.
Established as part of an online library, this resource lists hundreds of primary source documents relating to the United States chronologically from the year 800 to 2009, and including some audio and video files
The Shapell Manuscript Foundation is an independent educational organization dedicated to the research, collection, and exhibition of original manuscripts and historical documents. It has a focus on the United States and the Holy Land.
EuroDocs is a primary source database set up by the Harold B. Lee Library at Brigham Young University, in Provo, Utah. It is a collection of European documents in rough chronological order, many of which have been translated or transcribed.