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America's Historical Newspapers features full text cover-to-cover reproductions of historic newspapers published in 50 states and the District of Columbia. The coverage provides insight into the early years of the United States: the daily life of hundreds of diverse American communities the later westward expansion and the rise of the penny press with its increasing emphasis on society, industry, and scientific advances the Civil War era, Reconstruction, the Gilded Age, the Progressive era, and beyond. Please note that the full text may not be available for all issues of a particular newspaper (the database continues to grow). To check the availability of a title, click on the tab newspaper titles (you must first remove all other search limiters from the Dates and Eras tab and the Places of Publication tab.). Then see which years are highlighted for full text. Coverage in this resource includes: Early American Newspapers, Series I - XIV and Archive of Americana covering dates from 1690 to recent past.
Applied Science & Technology Full Text provides abstracts and indexing for over 750 of the leading periodicals in science and technology. Contains information on management, careers and employment, and financial trends in the scientific and technological fields. Also indexes interviews, meetings, conferences, exhibitions, product reviews, buyers' guides, directories, and conference proceedings. Indexing (1983- ), Abstracting (1993- ), select Full Text (1997- ). The simultaneous user limit for this resource may result in temporary delays.
A compendium of statistics from over 1000 sources last updated in 1975 and has been expanded to include over 37,000 data series. Subjects covered are population, vital statistics, migration, labor, prices and price indexes, national income and wealth, consumer income and expenditures, social statistics, land, water, climate, agriculture, forestry and fisheries, minerals, construction and housing, manufacturing, transportation, communications, energy, trade, productivity, financial markets and institutions, government, colonial and pre-federal statistics. The Fraser publication is in PDF. The fully searchable and downloadable edition will permit users to graph individual tables and create customized tables and spreadsheets. It is also available from the Census Bureau Statistical Abstracts page
A compendium of statistics from over 1,000 sources containing over 37,000 data series and covering the social, economic, and political life of the United States. Topics range from American Indians, slavery, outlying areas, poverty, non-profit organizations, race and ethnicity to migration, health, crime and the Confederate States of America. Chapters are preceded by essays that introduce the quantitative history of their subject, provide a guide to the sources, and offer expert advice on the reliability of the data and the limits that might be placed on their interpretation.
ProQuest Historical Newspapers is the definitive newspaper digital archive offering full-text and full-image articles for significant newspapers dating back to the 18th Century. From leading issues and events, like the U.S. Civil War, immigration, westward expansion, industrial developments, race relations, and World War I and II to local and regional politics, society, arts, culture, business, and sports, ProQuest Historical Newspapers reveals the day-to-day news coverage to researchers and historical explorers, providing invaluable insights and information to users from a wide range of subjects.
Newspapers include: The American Hebrew & Jewish Messenger; The American Israelite; The Atlanta Constitution; Atlanta Daily World; The Baltimore Afro-American; The Baltimore Sun; The Boston Globe; Chicago Defender; Chicago Tribune; The Christian Science Monitor; Cleveland Call and Post; Detroit Free Press; The Guardian and The Observer; Hartford Courant; The Jewish Advocate; The Jewish Exponent; Los Angeles Sentinel; Los Angeles Times; New York Amsterdam News; The New York Times; New York Tribune/Herald Tribune; Norfolk Journal and Guide; Philadelphia Tribune; Pittsburgh Courier; San Francisco Chronicle; St. Louis Post-Dispatch; Times of India; The Wall Street Journal; The Washington Post
PAIS International now includes PAIS Archive. Chronicling global public policy and social issues, the Public Affairs Information Service provides citations to over 3,600 journal articles, books, hearings, reports, gray literature, government publications, Internet resources, and other publications from over 120 countries. Retrospective material dates from the early twentieth century through the mid-1970s. Worldwide in geographic scope, PAIS includes coverage of publications in English, French, German, Italian, Portuguese, and Spanish with English language abstracts and subject headings that deal with public affairs. Links to web resources and publisher websites. Newspapers and newsletters are not indexed.
Provides access to nearly 100 years of citations from more than 500 leading popular periodicals and magazines. Search the equivalent of 44 printed Readers' Guide cumulations for articles that chronicle the daily lives and the momentous events of America in the 20th century. Subjects covered: Aeronautics, African-Americans, Aging, Archeology, Astronomy, Automobiles, Biographies, Business, Children, Education, Environment, Fashion, Film, Fine Arts, Food, Foreign Affairs, Gardening, Health, History, Hobbies, Home, Journalism, Leisure Activities, Literature, Medicine, Music, News, Nutrition, Photography, Politics, Popular Culture, Radio, Religion, Science, Sports, Technology, Television, Travel.