Ethnic newspapers are a valuable source of information on the lives and concerns of immigrant and ethnic groups. You can search for ethnic newspapers held by the Rutgers Libraries in the Catalog. As your search terms, use the name of the group in which you are interested followed by the word "newspapers;" search this as a SUBJECT Keyword.
For Example: germans newspapers; OR east indians newspapers; OR irish americans newspapers
A full-text collection of over 200 newspapers, magazines, and journals of the ethnic (including Arab and Middle Eastern, Asian-American, European, and Jewish), minority, and native press. Complete articles dating back to 1960, in English and Spanish. Rutgers-restricted Access
U.S. Ethnic Press
Newspapers and periodicals published by various North American ethnic groups and held by the Center for Research Libraries (Chicago). These are available to Rutgers users via Interlibrary Loan. Searchable by ethnic group.
Claghorn, Kate Holladay. " The Foreign Immigrant in New York City," Reports of the Industrial Commission 15, 1901, 465-492.
To locate materials in the Rutgers Libraries relating to specific ethnic groups in New York, do a SUBJECT KEYWORD search in the Catalog, using the name of the group followed by "new york." Some possible searches:
asian americans new york
chinese americans new york
east indian americans new york
irish americans new york
japanese americans new york
italian americans new york
jews new york
mexican americans new york
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