Current news, polls and predictions covering the United States Congress and the President. Includes the Almanac of American Politics, which profiles of current members of Congress and other elected officials. National Journal Subscriber also includes: National Journal Magazine, National Journal Daily, National Journal Hotline, Daybook, and columns such as The Cook Report.
Japanese-American Relocation Camp Newspapers: Perspectives on Day-to-Day Life offers rare first-person accounts and seldom-heard voices. It contains 24,838 pages of articles published by interned Japanese-Americans between 1942 and 1945.
The 25 newspapers presented here are sourced from the Library of Congress. Many of the titles in this archive are complete or substantially complete. Editions have been carefully collated and omissions are noted. Although articles in these files frequently appear in Japanese, most of the papers are in English or in dual text.
This digital collection of microfilmed Confederate Newpapers is a mixture of issues and papers from Florida, Georgia, Tennessee, Virginia, and Alabama ranging from 1861-1865. It contains 9,234 images sWestern Reserve Historical Society.
This collection consists of:
Floridian & Journal March 5, 1864
Cotton States April 16, 1864
The Peninsula April 21, 1864
La Recherche December 31, 1865
Tri-Weekly Observer August 4, 1866
Florida Union August 18, 1866
Daily Intelligencer October 7, 1858-September 18, 1859; January 4, 1860-December 31, 1860; January 1, 1861-Dec. 31, 1864
The Daily Rebel August 9, 1862
Chattanooga Daily Rebel September 10, 1862-July 29, 1863
Chattanooga Daily Gazette March 5, 1864-September 2, 1865
Daily Express September 7, 1861-June 16, 1865
The Sentinel March 12, 1863-April 1, 1865
Mobile Daily Register March 11, 1860
Mobile Evening Telegraph August 19, 1864
Selma Evening Dispatch May 12, 1864
NB: This Archives Unbound collection has been digitized from the Scholarly Resources microfilm collection entitled "Confederate Newspapers." All issues in the microfilm have been included.
Featuring the complete archive of the magazine to the mid-1990s, National Geographic Magazine Archive, 1888-1994, includes every page and every photograph, all fully searchable through an intuitive interface. Contains approximately 190,000 pages, 1,224 issues and supports 34 languages.
The Liberty Magazine Historical Archive, 1924-1950 offers researchers and students of 20th century studies digital access to one of the most popular American illustrated weekly magazines of the 1920s-1950s. Containing over 17,000 fiction and non-fiction articles and stories, the archive includes the complete 26-year run of the magazine - all scanned in full colour and fully searchable.
Full digital edition of the weekly Sunday newspaper, published in London, England. The Sunday Times Digital Archive includes approximately 600,000 searchable pages published between 1822 and 2006.
The March of Time first aired in March 1931 as a CBS radio series, in which the news of the day was dramatized using professional actors. In 1935 it was adapted for motion picture production and through its final airing in 1951 was one of the most notable newsreel and television series of the early 20th Century. A cross between confrontational journalism and docudrama, The March of Time series was provocative, amusing and sometimes outrageous. The 1938 release of "Inside Nazi Germany" was one of the most controversial films ever shown in American theaters.
The most unusual feature of the films was the re-creation or staging of events that had taken place, but had not been photographed by newsreel cameras. The producers argued that they had the same right to clarify news events with staged scenes as a re-write man on a newspaper had with words to make sense out of a reporter's notes. They used professional and amateur actors to impersonate famous people on the screen and then blended the staged scenes with newsreel footage.
The films were digitally re-mastered by HBO Archives.
Browseable access to scanned images of print editions of six U.S. newspapers from 2008 up to a few months ago: Chicago Tribune, Detroit Free Press, Los Angeles Times, National Law Journal, New York Law Journal, and New York Times. Every page can be viewed online, downloaded in PDF, or printed out. But as with traditional microfilm, issues and pages can only be flipped through in chronological and numerical order--the interface does not provide any way to search by words included in the articles. Includes all photos, illustrations, advertisements, etc. that are not included in recent years of other searchable, but text-only versions of these newspapers in other databases like LexisNexis Academic and ProQuest.
Important technical note: On Apple computers, PQDM works only with the Google Chrome web browser; it does not work with either Safari or FireFox on Macs. On Windows PCs, it works with FireFox, Chrome, and Internet Explorer 8; but it may not work with other versions of IE.
A supplement to ProQuest Newsstand providing separate access to 85 full-text newspapers from 30 U.S. states, and 7 U.S. military newspapers, published by Gannett Co. Inc. Includes five Michigan newspapers: Detroit Free Press, Lansing State Journal, Battle Creek Enquirer, Port Huron Times Herald, and Livingston County Daily Press & Argus. Also includes assorted other U.S. newspapers, such as Cincinnati Enquirer, Louisville Courier-Journal, Des Moines Register, Honolulu Advertiser, Indianapolis Star, Pacific Daily News (Guam), Reno Gazette-Journal, Rochester (N.Y.) Democrat and Chronicle, Tallahassee Democrat, The Tennessean (Nashville), and Tuscon Citizen.
Full text of issues from recent decades of 1,300+ English-language newspapers from across the U.S. and around the world, including Boston Globe, Chicago Tribune, Jerusalem Post, Los Angeles Times, South China Morning Post (Hong Kong), and many others.
Note: Access to 85 additional U.S. newspapers, including The Detroit Free Press, is available in ProQuest's separate Gannett Newsstand database, and in ProQuest News & Current Events, which combines access to ProQuest Newsstand, Gannett Newsstand, and all other ProQuest news databases, both current and historical.