AP Images: This collection of 700,000 current and historical photographs and texts from the Associated Press is updated every 10 seconds adding more than 800 new photos a day.
America's Historical Newspapers 1690-2000: Provides both a timeline and topic search covering issues and events, discoveries, inventions and more from daily life in the colonies and the Revolutionary War, to the Civil War, Reconstruction, World War I, World War II, Globalization, and the Information Age.
American History: Investigates the people, events, and themes of our nation’s evolution. This database combines the most relevant primary and secondary sources in an effort to integrate politics, science, the arts, philosophy, and economics. View tutorial.
CQ Researcher: In-depth reports related to health, social trends, criminal justice, international affairs, education, the environment, technology, and the economy dating from 1923 to present. View tutorial.
CountryWatch: (full-text) Provides information on each of the 192 recognized countries of the world including:
- CountryReviews--demographic, political, economic, business, cultural and environmental information;
- CountryWire--daily news coverage and a news archive;
- CountryWatch Forecast--a five-year macroeconomic forecast;
- CountryWatch Energy Forecast--a 20-year forecast of energy demand, supply, and pricing;
- Also features CountryWatch Data (statistics), the CountryWatch Map Gallery, CountryWatch@School (curriculum based resources), and the weekly Global News Update.
EBSCO Host Resources: A collection of on-line research databases. View tutorial.
Encyclopedia Britannica On-line: Premium database of 350,000 sources. View tutorial.
Historical Newspapers (Graphical): Has full-text images of the Hartford Courant, Los Angeles Times, New York Times and Washington Post dating back to the first issue in the late 1700s to current issues. Timeline and topic browse make it possible to find content without even a keyword search and searches can be limited to everything from editorials, front page articles, obituaries, and cartoons. View tutorial.
- The Atlanta Constitution (1868-1944)
- Boston Globe (1872-1925*
- Chicago Tribune (1849-1986)
- The Christian Science Monitor (1908-1995*)
- Hartford Courant (1764-1984)
- The New York Times (1851-2005)
- The Wall Street Journal (1889-1991*)
- Washington Post (1877-1992*)
- Los Angeles Times (1881-1986)
Historical Newspapers (Traditional): The traditional version of Historical Newspapers offers a unique collection of historical documents available through our standard ProQuest interface. Every newspaper is reproduced, cover-to-cover, in full-page digital images.
History Study Center: Contains the full text of more than 750 historical encyclopedias and other non-fiction books and at least 60 leading history periodicals--includes more than 55,000 historical documents; more than 40,000 biographies of historical figures; more than10,000 historical photos and maps; and more than 80 hours of historical film and video. View tutorial.
JSTOR: Full text of more than 500 academic journals across all disciplines. View tutorial.
The Nation: Founded in 1865, The Nation is America's oldest continuously published weekly magazine. This archive includes the full coverage for all issues of The Nation back to the first issue. The Nation is frequently quoted and referred to in works of historical analysis. In the contemporary period, it is characterized by a liberal point of view.
The National Review Archives: The National Review clarifies the real causes, principles, and philosophies underlying today and tomorrow's most important issues. This database offers complete indexing & abstracting and full text coverage for all issues of the journal back to the first issue in 1955 through to the present.
The Project MUSE®: complete collection offers a comprehensive selection of prestigious humanities and social sciences journals to support a core liberal arts curriculum at any academic institution. Every journal is heavily indexed and peer-reviewed, with critically acclaimed articles by the most respected scholars in their fields. View tutorial.
SIRS Decades: Contains primary sources from the 20th century and reference source content organized into topics pertaining to American history, culture, and daily life--primary sources include: advertisements, editorial cartoons, letters, memos, messages, maps and charts, original documents, original works of art, photographs, poems and literary works, posters, published articles, speeches and addresses. View tutorial.
U.S. at War: Is an authoritative, easy-to-use, and appealing on-line resource providing comprehensive infomration on 14 conflict periods that have defined our nation from its earliest beginnings to today. This database combines the most relevant primary and secondary sources in an effort to integrate politics, science, the arts, philosophy, and economics. View tutorial.
World Conflicts Today: (full-text) Explores unresolved world conflicts, occurring in: Afghanistan, Basque country (Spain and France), Chechnya, Colombia, Darfur (Sudan), Iraq, Jammu and Kashmir, Korean Peninsula, Northern Ireland, and Palestinian Territories. This database synthesizes information found in news articles, primary sources, books, and opinion pieces clearly and concisely. View tutorial.
World History: Ancient & Medieval: With this database students can explore important events and historical themes in every corner of the globe. From the ancient origins to the year 1500, the students can better understand the context surrounding historical events by following the chronologically organized topic exploration. The current events features reveal connection between the present and the past. View tutorial.
World History: Modern Era: encompasses the evolution of modern Europe since the Renaissance: concurrent developments in Asia, Africa, and the Islamic world; the global impact of the industrial revolution; and the last hundred years of conflicts and international cooperation. View tutorial.