"Constitutional Courant Sept. 21, 1765." Headline. Early American Imprints. Boston Public Library, 29 March 2012. From NewsBank, Inc., and the American Antiquarian Society. All Rights Reserved.
Research the Times of The Remarkable Cause
A Novel of James Lovell and the Crucible of the Revolution
by Jean C. O'Connor
Annotated List of Sources for Research:
The Revolutionary Period, 1763 – 1783.
A marvelous collection of primary sources. America in Class presents this and other collections of historical documents, literary texts, and works of art, from the National Humanities Center.
In terms of resources, one cannot do much better than the Massachusetts Historical Society’s Online Collection, “The Coming of the American Revolution, 1764 – 1776.” Found under Education, this Online Collection hosts numerous primary source documents, thoroughly developing each Topic. For Teachers, concepts are explained. For Students, an Analysis worksheet is provided to interpret the documents.
Education resources include free digital resources for all ages, including a Virtual Museum Tour, a Virtual Field Trip, Digital Resources for Families, Read the Revolution book excerpts, a digitized collection of the Museum’s art and artifacts, and more.
“A Plan of Boston in New England with Its Environs.” Map of Boston Harbor, created for Lord
George Germain, Secretary of State for George III. London, 1777. Harvard Map Collection, Harvard Library.
Use the buttons and arrows to zoom in to incredible detail on this map of Boston and its harbor.