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In addition to using Google to locate websites with primary sources you can use for your primary source analysis, try these websites:
Library of Congress Digital Collections
Be sure to use the search feature to find things in this huge collection of online materials such as photographs, advertisements, sheet music, manuscripts, audio recordings, videos, maps, and newspapers. May take some digging, but contains great sources.
Contains the former "American Memory Project"
World Digital Library
(Library of Congress and the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization). Contains images of primary materials from around the world. Browse by topic or search by keyword. All materials appear in their original languages, but descriptive text can be translated into 7 languages, including English. Includes books, journals, manuscripts, prints and photographs, and more. Eras covered include 8000 BC to the present.