Library of Congress
Besides our databases (JSTOR, EBSCO), another great place to find Primary Sources is from the Web Resources area that is located on the Library (LRC) home page. Look at the left hand column, scrolling down from Library until you reach Web Resources. Opening this link takes you to a page that contains "Primary Sources for History" where you will find 11 different links to help you search for Primary Sources.
Here is an example using Library of Congress Chronicling America:
Enter search terms "Spanish Influenza" and 1918 to 1919
Here are your results:
Here is another example using History Matters: Many Pasts – George Mason University
Enter your search terms: Spanish Influenza
Click on "Contagion: Historical Views of Disease and Epidemics" and then click on "Spanish Influenza in North America, 1918-1919
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