Using primary source documents gives students the power to analyze history as historians do.
Primary sources are created in the moment of the historical event being studied. These primary source sets contain documents and photos arranged by topic that teachers can use in their lesson plans. Each set is accompanied by a teacher’s guide containing historical context, teaching suggestions, and relevant NGSSS and Florida Standards.
Seminole leaders of the Second Seminole War and treaties
Letters, diaries and official records
An interview with Mary McLeod Bethune and photographs
Photographs and documents
Photographs, maps, railroad scrip and a letter from Henry Flagler
Letters, telegrams, advertisements and brochures depicting life during World War II
Photographs, letters and documents
Photographs, government documents, letters, videos and interviews
Photographs, government documents, letters and videos
Foodways as a lens for investigating the cultural, social and political history of Florida and the United States