Library Home ILL Requests E-Reserves Media Services Hours

Newspapers & Periodicals - Historic


Digitized Newspapers

The Southern Courier "From 1965 to 1968, the Southern courier provided weekly local coverage of the people, places, and events that shaped the civil rights movement in the American South ... This digital edition allows readers ... to browse, read and search all 177 issues of the Southern courier." - The Southern Courier Association Available at the Media Desk: DVD-ROM 13.

Atlanta Historic Newspaper Archives requires reader download.

Georgia Historic Newspapers GALILEO logo
The goal of the Georgia Historic Newspapers database is to convert every Georgia newspaper to digital format and to make this resource available free of charge as a searchable text database in GALILEO via Optical Character Recognition (OCR) software and transcription.

Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers Sponsored jointly by the National Endowment for the Humanities and the Library of Congress as part of the National Digital Newspaper Program (NDNP), this site allows you to search and read newspaper pages from 1900-1910 and find information about American newspapers published between 1690-present.

Regional Newspapers on microfilm

Colored Tribune
Oct 23, 1886 - Dec 15, 1888
Columbia Museum & Savannah Advertiser
1796 - 1819 (scattered issues)
Early Miscellaneous Newspapers of South Carolina
January, 1732 - December, 1864
Georgia Gazette
1763 - 1770
The Georgia Gazette and Journal Record
January 1, 1979 - April 2, 1979
Georgia Republican & State Intelligencer
August 21, 1802 - September, 1808
The Herald
September 16, 1948 - December, 1988
The Republican & Savannah Evening Ledger
October 1, 1808 - December, 1815
Savannah Daily Republican
November 6, 1820 - December 30, 1820 (scattered issues)
Savannah Morning News
July, 1868 - December, 1943
January, 1956 - December, 1999
          Savannah Morning News Obituary Index
Indexing the 1920's and 1987-1996 (89-90 are incomplete)
Savannah Republican
June, 1816 - February, 1855
February, 1859 - October 7, 1865
Savannah Tribune
October 22, 1886 - December 15, 1888
October, 1943 - September, 1960
Savannah National Republican
July, 1865 - December, 1865
Savannah Press
November 19, 1891 - September 6, 1900

Other Newspapers on Microfilm

New York Times
1854 to the present
Richmond Enquirer (Richmond, Va. : 1815)
Southern Workman (Hampton, Va.)
v. 1, 1872 - v. 68, 1939
The Times (London)
1785 - 1922
The Nation (Dublin, Ireland : 1842)
The United Irishman (Dublin)
The Irish Felon (successor to the United Irishman)
The United Irishman (Liverpool, England)

Early British Periodicals

Title Descriptions

Early British Periodicals (EBP) is a collection of 169 magazines, published primarily in the 18th and 19th centuries, concerning literature, history, science, fine arts, and social science. It was produced on 902 reels of microfilm in three series: EBP I, EBP II, and EBP III. Lane Library owns EBP I (Reels 1-421) and a portion of EBP II (Reels 422-474). Most of these approximately 116 titles are listed in Lane Library's Journal Locator. To retrieve them, search for (EBP).

American Periodicals, 18th Century (APS I)

American Periodicals, 18th Century is the first in a three part collection created at the University of Michigan to make rare, historic magazines and journals available to libraries. The full collection, American Periodicals, 1741-1900, contains more than 1100 periodicals. Lane Library owns APS I which contains 88 periodicals on 33 reels of microfilm. Title Descriptions

Periodicals in the Library of American Civilization

Lane Library owns the full Library of American Civilization (LAC) collection which is accessed by an Author Catalog, Title Catalog, and Subject Catalog. The approximately 60 periodicals in this Collection are listed in Lane Library's Journal Locator. To retrieve them, search for (LAC)

[text from Guide] "The Library of American Civilization is a collection of materials on microfiche relating to all aspects of American life and literature from their beginnings to the outbreak of World War I. Included in the library are pamphlets, periodicals, documents, biographies and autobiographies, fictional works, poetry, collections of various kinds, materials of foreign origin relating to America, and many rare books not generaly available."

Valid XHTML 1.0!