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Other Historic Resources

  • Reader's Guide Retrospective
    Articles from popular, general-interest periodicals such as Harpers, Newsweek, Saturday Review, and more. From the former Readers' Guide to Periodical Literature. Covers articles published 1890-1982.

Library of Congress Resources

  • Chronicling America
    Digital archive of historic American newspapers, 1836-1922. Currently includes newspapers from 37 states, including North Carolina. Click here for a list of North Carolina titles. Free database from the Library of Congress.

U.S. Newspapers

Front Page, Baltimore Sun 1963

  • Historic Newspapers
    Full-text and images of several newspapers:
    • The Atlanta Constitution (1868 to 1945)
    • The Baltimore Sun (1837-1987)
    • The Chicago Tribune (1849 - 1986)
    • The Los Angeles Times (1881-1989)
    • The Louisville Courier-Journal (1830 – 1922)
    • The Nashville Tennessean (1812 – 1922)
    • The New York Times (1851 to 3 years ago)
    • The Wall Street Journal (1889-1995)
    • The Washington Post (1877 to 1996).
    great visuals!
  • America's Historical Imprints
    includes Early American Imprints Series I and II, over 70,000 printed works from 1639 to the 1820s. Also American Broadsides and Ephemera, over 30,000 documents from 1639 to 1900.
  • Accessible Archives
    "Important American newspapers" from the 18th and 19th centuries. They include The Pennsylvania Gazette from 1728 to 1800; newspaper perspectives of the Civil War; several major African American Newspapers of the 19th century; Godey's Lady's Book from 1830 to 1855.
  • Early American Newspapers
    700 historical American newspapers. 1690-1900.
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