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American magazine, newspaper, and broadcast media sources
There are 3 sections on this page:
American magazine & newspaper sources
Late 1700s - present.
Periodicals Archive Online
1802 - 2005.
Magazines and journals from the United States and Britain, mostly.
American Indian Newspapers
Over 45 periodicals from Indigenous peoples based in the United States and Canada.
1865 - present
Digital archive of this American current affairs weekly magazine.
1789 - 1922
Find information about American newspapers published between 1690-present.
Time Magazine digital archive
March 1923- December 2000.
Popular American weekly publication. Articles cover US and international news on a broad spectrum of topics
I.F. Stone's Weekly/Bi-Weekly
1953 - 1971.
Covers U.S. government and politics of the day. Includes its own index. Call number:
Per JK1 .I2 Porter, 3rd floor.
1950s - present.
Periodicals by feminists, student radicals, Indigenous peoples, anti-war activists, Black Power advocates, LGBTQ activists, the extreme right-wing press, and others. Content is from the United States, Canada, and Great Britain.
Alternative Press Index
1969 - present.
Covers non-mainstream press.
1970s - present.
Current and archival coverage of news and legal sources from all over the world. Formerly LexisNexis Academic.
American broadcast media sources
Sample article from the New York Times
"Women are urged to take war jobs." New York Times. March 9, 1942, p. 11.