SEARCH HINT: Most databases use a truncation symbol--sometimes called a wild card--that you can use at the end of your keywords to pick up variant endings of that word. In most databases, this truncation symbol is the asterisk *
Use this at the end of a root word to pick up all the endings of the word, e.g., child* will pick up child, children, childhood, childish, childlike, etc.
There are several other databases that you might search. The following are good "general interest" databases, with articles on a wide variety of Humanities and Social Science topics.
Tip: Search for items with the term "pictorial works"
You may not find enough historically-accurate images. Use textual descriptions to fill in the gaps.
Remember, a highly detailed description by a contemporary may be more useful than an image! Consider researching:
The following are just a few of the databases you might try to identify primary documents in History.