This historical database of the New York Times provides the full image of articles published in the NYT from its first issue in 1851. It is searchable by keyword, author, article title, and first paragraph. It includes illustrations and advertisements. Proquest
Access to 500 newspaper titles from the 19th century, featuring full-text content and images from a range of urban and rural regions throughout the U.S. The collection encompasses the entire 19th century, with an emphasis on such topics as the American Civil War, African-American culture and history, Western migration and Antebellum-era life, among other subjects. Gale
Chronicling America is a collection of over 600 newspapers from 30 states published between 1690-present, and it continues to grow. Backed by the Library of Congress and the National Endowment for the Humanities, these newspapers are all freely available. Although each state on the previous page indicates if Chronicling America includes newspapers from it, this site also allows you to search all Chronicling America newspapers simultaneously.
Pennsylvania Civil War Era Newspaper Collection contain all the words, photographs, and advertisements from selected newspapers published during the pivotal years before, during, and after the U.S. Civil War. Coverage from 1847 to 1874.
The goal of the American Civil War Newspapers database is to select a representative group of journals to index, with digital images of the newspapers themselves, for use by students and scholars. The newspapers selected will be a representative sampling of Union and Confederate, urban and small town, Eastern and Western, pro- and anti-administration. From the Virginia Center for Civil War Studies at Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University.
This collection contains 45 newspaper titles, 90,104 issues comprising 1,116,753 pages and 6,648,636 articles. The Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (IDNC) is a project of the Library at the University of Illinois.
The Brooklyn Daily Eagle was published from 1841 to 1955 but the digitized material covers from October 26, 1841 to December 31, 1902. Extensive national and international coverage. At one point the country's most widely read afternoon daily.
Historic newspapers from the eastern three-quarters of Long Island, New York. Includes The Corrector (Sag Harbor, 1822-1911), The Long Islander (Huntington, 1839-1974), The Patchogue Advance (1926-1961), and eight others.
Milledgeville, was the antebellum capital of Georgia from 1804 until the late 1860s. Titles include: Federal Union, 1830-1872; Future Citizen, 1914-1916; Georgia Argus, 1810-1815; Georgia Journal, 1809-1845; Milledgeville Intelligencer, 1808; Milledgeville News, 1909-1922; Reflector, 1817-1819; Southern Recorder, 1820-1872; Southron, 1828; Standard of Union, 1836-1841; Union Recorder, 1872-1920.
Georgetown County Historical Newspapers Collection consists of newspapers dating from the early 1800s to 1899 from the Georgetown American, The Georgetown Enquirer, the Georgetown Times, The Georgetown Semi-Weekly Times, the Georgetown Union, The Pee Dee Times, the South Carolinan, True Republican, The Times and Comet, The Winyah Intelligencer and the Winyah Observer.
Large collection of Texas historical newspapers. Includes Breckenridge American, The Bastrop Advertiser, The Optimist, El Paso Morning Times, and about fifty more titles. Languages include English, Spanish, German, Swedish, and Chinese. Use the panel on the left to limit your search by title, county, language, or collection. Date ranges vary among titles.
The archive of this popular weekly newspaper highlights only the Civil War years. The site is searchable and is arranged chronologically with thumb-nails of the front pages. All pages from the 1861–1865 Civil War period have been scanned including the engravings and illustrations. From the Lee Foundation.