This attempts to be a very limited collection of primary sources that I use in class. Not everything I use is here (for a variety of reasons, including copyright issues), and I don't use everything that is here (some of it is just too fascinating to ignore). Most of these can be found in other internet sourcebooks, but here is mine.
I'm basing this loosely off the model of Paul Halsall's Internet History Sourcebook, which is a tremendous collection of sourcebooks available through Fordham University. I'll have direct links to anything that originated from that website, as much of it does. No copyright infringement is intended; if you see an issue here, please contact me and I'll do my best to rectify it.
If you know of something that should be included, please let me know via the contact form and I'll see about adding it.
Until there are enough sources to organize differently, the table of contents of all available sources here is posted below.
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