What is a primary source? In short, it is the firsthand account of history. This can include all types of materials - newspapers, letters, diaries, videos, etc.
We have a number of databases that focus on primary source materials that may be interesting for you to use - either for information or media/image sources. See the word cloud below (Powered by Wordart.com).
These are more subject-specific:
How can you find additional primary resources?
What you put into the search box matters quite a bit. Here are some tips:
Finding Too Much?
Keep a search log with your group so you can know who's searched where, for what terms.
Save your sources so you have access to any citation information later, but be sure to save more than just browser URLs! Those can break and leave you stranded with no way to get back to the source.