Historical newspapers. Contents include: Late Qing and Republican-Era Chinese Newspapers (1912-1949).
Resource Type: Newspaper Articles
A collection of U.S. newspapers from the 1920s and 1930s promoting the Ku Klux Klan and white nationalism. Also includes key anti-Klan voices from newspapers published by ethnic, Catholic, and Jewish organizations.
Articles on rock and popular music collected from hundreds of magazines, newspapers, and websites.
An open access digital collection of 20th century alternative press newspapers, magazines, and journals produced by feminists, dissident GIs, campus radicals, Native Americans, anti-war activists, Black Power advocates, Hispanics, LGBT activists, and extreme right-wing groups.
Newspapers dating from the early 1700s into the 2000s. Contains full runs and portions of runs of well-known, regional, and state titles as well as small local newspapers in the United States and other countries.
Access to current New York Times. Subscription access provided through a partnership with the Carleton Student Association. First-time users will need to make an account with their Carleton credentials.
See the Research/IT Desk – Ask a Librarian to log you in. News Data Services provides access to broadcast news transcripts from local and national tv and radio stations from 2002 to today. Streaming video content is available for 60 days from the time of broadcast and can be clipped and saved for later analysis.
(Searches through citations and the full text) Carleton has access to: the Pennsylvania Gazette newspaper (1728-1800); the Pennsylvania Newspaper Record: Delaware County (1825-1870); the Pennsylvania Genealogical Catalogue (1809-1870); a collection of Reconstruction-era pamphlets (1865-1869; 1877); and the books “History of Women’s Suffrage” (vol 3), “Twelve Years a Slave,” and “Scenes in the Life of Harriet …
(Searches through citations and the full text) A comprehensive collection of American periodicals from the Colonial Era through the Civil War and Reconstruction (published from 1684 through 1912). An ELM Database.
As of February 2018, LexisNexis Academic is now called Nexis Uni.