Primary sources from world and global history, including images, objects, texts, and digitally-born materials – annotations by scholars contextualize sources.
Francisco Vazquez de Coronado was a Spanish conquistador who lead an expedition through Central and North America in the 1540s. The text is an excerpt of a letter Coronado sent to the King of Spain in 1540, describing the Pueblo people, the land and their culture.... Read More »
The Constitution of the Iroquois Nation is a written transcription of collected oral histories and traditions. It likely influanced the three branch structure and other facets of the American constitution. This text includes excerpts of the first seven points.... Read More »