Primary Sources for Unit 3 AP US History

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Primary Sources for Unit 3 AP US History

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Selected Primary Source documents from U.S. History (1754-1800). This packet works with Unit 3 in the new AP U.S. History curriculum. The file has been designed so that there are large margins on each page to allow for student annotation of documents.  Documents will work for students in grades 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, and 12.

PDF is 26 pages in length, and most of the sources have been edited for student use.

Documents include:

  • Two Accounts of the Boston Massacre; John Tudor, a Boston merchant, & General Thomas Gage, a British General
  • Images: Boston Massacre by Paul Revere & 19th Century Lithograph of the Boston Massacre
  • John Locke’s The Second Treatise of Civil Government 1690
  • Declaration of Independence
  • Articles of Confederation
  • George Washington Letter to Henry Knox, February 3, 1787
  • Daniel Gray Grievances (1786)
  • Pro Slavery Petition from Virginia (1784)
  • The European Magazine and London Review, December 1784
  • Image: Federal Pillars
  • Benjamin Franklin Letter to George Washington
  • The Federalist Papers : No. 10
  • The Federalist Papers : No. 51
  • Farewell Address (1796) by George Washington

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