Answered By: Jennifer Harris Last Updated: Jun 21, 2017 Views: 63
The Shapiro Library has databases with archived newspapers including “Newspaper Source” (EBSCO) and “Newspapers - Proquest”. All of our databases are located on the Shapiro Library homepage via the A-Z Database List (this link is located in the “Resources” column).
- Newspaper Source (EBSCO): This database is a collection of full-text local, regional, national and international newspapers.
- Newspapers - Proquest: This database is a collection of local, regional, national and international newspapers. Newspapers - Proquest has five sections:
- Canadian Newsstream A collection of over 300 full-text Canadian newspapers. Some newspapers date as far back as the 1970’s and 1980’s.
- Global Breaking Newswires: This collection provides timely access to the best newswire content available from around the globe
- International Newsstream: This collection provides the most recent news content outside of the US and Canada, with archives which stretch back decades featuring newspapers, newswires, and news sites in active full-text format.
- Proquest Historical Newspaper: The New York Times: Full-text of the New York Times from 1852 until three years ago. This database includes the New York Daily Times (1851 - 1857), and the New York Times (1857 up to 3 years ago).
- US Newsstream: This collection enables users to search the most recent premium U.S. news content, as well as archives which stretch back into the 1980s featuring newspapers, newswires, blogs, and news sites in active full-text format.
Please note: The New York Times-Historical and the Wall Street Journal each have their own link on the A-Z Database List.
To find a specific newspaper in Newspapers - Proquest:
- Go to the Shapiro Library homepage. Then click on the A-Z Database List link.
- Click on “N” and then scroll down to Newspapers - Proquest. Click on the title of the database.
- You will now be on the main search page of Proquest News & Newspapers. Click on the “Publications” link above the search box.
- Type in the title of the newspaper you want to search. Choose “Title begins with” on the right drop-down menu. Your result will have an abstract about the newspaper that includes the date range and a link to the full-text. Over 1,100 newspapers are included in this database
- Click on the “Full text available” link to access the full-text of this newspaper.
In addition to the Shapiro Library’s newspaper databases, there are online newspaper directories of archived newspapers.
- Library of Congress U.S. Newspaper Directory - This is a directory of newspapers published in the United States since 1690. (Not all of the fifty states participate in the National Digital Newspaper Program).
- Newspaper & Current Periodical Reading Room - A directory of newspaper archive sources on the web.
- Newspapers.com - A directory of 4,000 newspapers that date from 1700’s to 2000’s.
Local public libraries are another resource for finding archived newspapers, often on microfilm and/or microfiche.
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