United States History - Newspapers
R 973.2 Cop
With this unique collection of primary source documents from colonial newspapers, students will be able to debate the issues of colonial America. Pro and con opinion pieces, letters, essays and news reports that were printed in colonial newspapers will help the reader to understand the differing viewpoints of colonial Americans on the key issues from 1690 to the signing of the Declaration of Independence in 1776. Nearly 300 documents, organized chronologically by event, will help readers step back in time to debate the issues faced by 18th-century Americans. The work covers 31 events from abolition, religion, and women's rights to the Stamp Act crisis and the Boston Tea Party.
Proquest Historical Newspapers Extra Edition NYT (1851- 2003) the complete New York Times from 1851 t0 2003
Online Database available at all of The Library's public computers or at the home computers for library cardholders.