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Fordham University displays primary sources by region, time period, and topic. Note that some of the links are dead.
Find primary sources with Google:
In a Google Search, add site:.edu archives OR site:.edu "special collections" with your other search terms to limit google search results to digitized resources from libraries and archives at institutions of higher education. NOTE: you will occasionally find blogs or secondary sources, and not primary sources--if in doubt, visit the library reference desk to ask for help on determining whether a sources is primary.
Refworks allows you to create a new citation from scratch and enter descriptive information about a primary sources that you found online. It is a starting point that needs a little extra work, so be sure to ask for help when you need it.