Searchable access to the backfile of the Chicago Tribune newspaper from the first issue in 1849 through the December 31st issue of 23 years ago. (One year of additional content from 23 years ago is added annually.) Reproduces the complete full text of every issue in its original printed form, in full page images digitized from microfilm.
Note: For searchable access to the full text of the Chicago Tribune from 1989 to the present, use ProQuest Newsstand. For combined searchable access to the complete backfile from 1849 up through today's issue, use ProQuest News & Current Events. For full image access for issues from 2008 to the present, use ProQuest Digital Microfilm (2008 up to two months ago) or Library PressDisplay (last 60 days only).
A database of statistical statements on current social, economic, political, environmental and health issues, derived from 300 newspapers and periodicals, the Congressional Record, and Congressional hearings from 1984 to 2003. It functions as a handy source of recent statistics and facts, much like an almanac.
Biographies, timelines, background articles, photographs, and maps augment the curriculum-based coverage of historical events. Carefully selected primary documents, linking directly to the factual coverage, give the points of view on all sides of the debates as they were promulgated at the time.
Consists of 143 titles which comprise 500.000 pages representing a wide variety of Spanish press of all types: political, satirical, technical, literary, sports, religious, etc., ranging from 1772 to 1933. Digitized by the National Library of Spain, this collection of periodicals and newspapers is the first phase of the Biblioteca Virtual Hispánica which aims to make publicly accessible Spain's bibliographic patrimony.
Searchable access to the backfile of The Chicago Defender, a leading African-American newspaper, available in full page images digitized from microfilm. (Issues of The Chicago Defender from 1976-1993 are available on microfilm in the Hatcher Graduate Library, call number FILM X474.)