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Searchable full-text database consisting of: Freedom's Journal (New York, 1827-1829) Colored American (New York, 1837-1841) North Star (Rochester, N.Y., 1847-1851) National Era (Washington, DC, 1847-1850) Frederick Douglass' Paper, (Rochester, N.Y., 1851-1852) Provincial Freeman, (Toronto, 1854-1857) Christian Recorder, (Toronto, 1861-1862) Off-Campus Access
The Chicago Defender was the most influential
African-American newspaper of the 20th century. With the majority of its
readership outside the Chicago region, it served as the
de facto national black newspaper in the U.S. Search and display the full text of articles published between 1910 and 1975.
The full text of articles, advertisements, illustrations etc., from American popular and literary magazines and journals that began publication between 1741 and 1900. Search by author, title, article type, publication title, date, and keywords in the full-text.
Search or browse the Brooklyn Daily Eagle from 1841 to 1902. The Daily Eagle was published as a daily newspaper for 114 years; among the editors of the Eagle were Walt Whitman, Thomas Kinsella, St. Clair McKelway, Cleveland Rodgers, and Frank D. Schroth. A project of Brooklyn Public Library.
An ongoing project of the Library of Congress to digitize America's historical newspapers. From New York currently includes the Evening World (8/1/1890-3/31/1909); the New York Tribune (1880-1922); and The Sun (7/1/1879-12/31/1910).