Finding primary source material for your topic is easier than you might think.
Many primary sources can be found in the Harbor College Library within books, encyclopedias, or as reprints of the original source.
Many more can be found on reputable websites from universities, government sites, and library websites.
Search the library catalog using your topic, but add the word "sources," both as subject keywords.
You can search Ebooks the same way.
Subheadings used by the Library of Congress to designate primary source material
Caricatures and cartoons
Early works to 1800
Newspapers [e.g., African Americans -- Newspapers]
Notebooks, sketchbooks, etc.
Personal narratives (used in relation to specific events only)
Songs and music
Speeches, addresses, etc.