This is from Paine's Common sense, it begins with the famous words, "these are the times that try men's souls...".
American Independence Museum endeavors to be the premier educational resource and historic site in New Hampshire for the study, research and promotion of the American Revolution, 1720s-1820s seaport life, and the public & private lives of its residents.
This website is a project based on The Outline of American History.
Learn how General Washington and his Spectacles Saved the Republic written by George L. Marshall, Jr. at the Early America web site
This is the Land Ordinance of 1785, as written by the Continental Congress. One of a few laws that actually survived the Articles of Confederation period. This from the Indiana State Government website, Historical Bureau.
From the History Place, another edition about the Newburgh Conspiracy.
This sites Mission statement says it best; "Our main focus is primary source material from 18th Century America-- all displayed digitally..." This page is a look at an Almanac found at this site.