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I like the Portable Readers from Amazon:


http://www.amazon.co...aissance reader


I have a guide I created using this reader along with Renaissance and Reformation Times by Dorothy Mills (which are excellent books to use with primary sources). It is at A MInd in the Light under Book Notes.


I also use the Internet Sourcebook. Here is the link to this: http://www.fordham.e...lsall/index.asp


The link for the Internet Sourcebook is for the Ancients, but if you look at the top you can find links for Medieval and Modern.


P. S. I think WTM recommends Jackdaws, but I haven't look at in awhile. There may be other recommendations.

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