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Primary Sources: Renaissance and Reformation (14th century to 17th century)

Renaissance and Reformation History

Do a subject search using the subject headings below to find primary sources in the Peninsula Library System Catalog.

  • sources
  • personal narratives
  • diaries
  • correspondence
  • autobiography

These are examples of some of the books we have that collect primary sources.

Avalon Project

Internet History Sourcebook: Renaissance and Reformationl History

Internet History Sourcebook: Renaissance History  A collection of primary sources from Forham University. Search by keyword or browse by subject.

 

Internet History Sourcebook: Reformation  A collection of primary sources from Forham University. Search by keyword or browse by subject.

 

Monastic Matrix   A scholarly resource for the study of women's religious communities from 400 to 1600 CE. Part of Ohio State University.

World History In Context Database

eBooks: PLS Collection (EBSCO) Database

To find primary sources go to "Advanced Search" and do a subject search for "sources" along with your keywords on another line.

Example:

British History Online