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African American Newspapers, including Washington DC resources, emphasizing eyewitness accounts of events during the 19th century.
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Full page and article images of the newspaper from 1837-1985.
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Selected digital collections from DC Public Library Special Collections. Find photos, maps, oral histories, local newspapers and more documenting the history of Washington D.C. 
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Gale Primary Sources
Nineteenth Century U.S. Newspapers provides an as-it-happened window on events, culture, and daily life in nineteenth-century America. Includes titles from Washington D.C.
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Full-text access to DC Metro newspapers (excluding Washington Post).
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The Washington Blade has been Washington, D.C.’s principal lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) newspaper since 1969. The collection on Dig DC contains digitized editions from 1969-1996.
Research local news and history in the long considered "hometown paper of record" for the nation's capital from 1852-1981.
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Retrieve, view, print and email digitized images from the Washington Post Final Edition from 2008-present (3-month embargo).
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Full-text access to Washington Post, 1877-present.
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As an alternative voice to The Washington Post, the Washington Times, established in 1982, covers events in Washington, D.C., the nation, and the world. Access from 1990-current. 
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Monthly magazine for lesbians of color published by Women in the Life Association focusing on culture, politics, and health. All 87 issues, from 1993-2003, have been digitized in Dig DC.
 
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