Primary source sets are curated resources around one theme or question. Meaningful inquiry through primary source sets supports the development of essential historical thinking skills and connects students directly to history. The primary source sets developed by the New Hampshire Historical Society complement the range of topics covered in the “Moose on the Loose.”
Each set of photographs, documents, maps, and objects offers multiple entry points for investigating a piece of New Hampshire’s past. See the Analyze It! section on this website for investigation frameworks for each type of primary source.