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1740 -1940, includes journals covering Arts topics during historically-significant periodicals.
This is Gale's premier primary source database. It is topically focused and included rare sources.
Easy to use search of global news spanning the years from 1980 to the present. Good primary source for more recent events that do not have many secondary and tertiary resources available.
NewsBank provides a comprehensive collection of reliable news sources covering a wide array of topics and issues. Offers both historical and contemporary articles from around the world.
"The largest online newspaper archive. 20,100+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s. Millions of additional pages added every month"
This archive is great for searching for historical accounts. It has first-hand accounts of what was going on at the time in terms of politics, events and culture. To view the archives, you must create a Hill free account for the NYT. See directions
After you set up your account, login and look to the top right corner for the magnifying glass. Type in your topic or subject. A result page will come up. On the results page you can refine your search by type of media, date ( from 1851 to present) and section.
A good source for researching culture, events and politics of the 1800's. Captures the early years of America and it's evolving role to global prominence. 1.8 million pages from a wide variety of publications.
Replica of 200 years of The Times. The Times is considered one of the best resources for studying 18th, 18th and 20th century news. It is the oldest daily newspaper that has continued its publication through all the years.
Search one of the leading business and financial newspapers. To access you must request a Hill account. See directions.