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Historic Newspapers

Historic Newspapers

American Hebrew and Jewish Messenger

This historical newspaper provides genealogists, researchers and scholars with online, easily-searchable first-hand accounts and unparalleled coverage of the politics, society and events of the time. Coverage: 1857 - 1922

Brooklyn Newstand

The Brooklyn Public Library's digital newspapers including the Brooklyn Eagle, Brooklyn Life, and Activities of the Long Island Society.

Magazines A to Z

Searching for a specific magazine or journal article? Start here with this A to Z list.

 

 

New York Amsterdam News

Access to full articles in the New York Amsterdam News (1922-1993), one of the nation’s leading black newspapers of the 20th century and one of New York’s most influential black-owned institutions.

New York Heritage

Research the people, places and institutions of New York State. Provides access to more than 170 distinct digital collections, totaling hundreds of thousands of items. Ideal for students, educators, historians, and genealogists.

New York State Historic Newspapers

Access to a wide range of historical newspapers that reflect New York's unique history. Search by newspaper title, publishing date, or keywords for content.

New York Times (1980 - Current)

Full text of The New York Times late edition. Access to complete articles from 1980 onward including the Book Review and Magazine sections.

New York Times (Historical)

Access to full text articles of The New York Times from 1851-2017. Each article is in PDF format and includes images. Find obituaries and death notices back to 1851.

Newsday (Historical)

Access to local and Long Island regional news stories and articles covering 1940 - 1993. 

Suffolk Historic Newspapers

Access to local newspapers covering nearly 100 years of Suffolk County, NY history. Including obituaries.  This project is supported in part by the following contributors:

The Federal Library Services and Technology Act, The office of New York State Senator Carl L. Marcellino, The Huntington Historical Society, The West Islip Historical Society, and Babylon village resident and local author Theresa Santmann.