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Search our collection of Journals, Periodicals, and Newspapers by title or browse by discipline. Download articles in PDF format for offline access. 
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Full-text access to newspapers from around the world.
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Encuentre artículos actuales y archivados de periódicos, revistas, y agencias de noticias de todo el mundo en español.
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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-text access to American newspapers.
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Obituaries and death notices from hundreds of U.S. newspapers.
Full page and article images of the newspaper from 1837-1985.
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Full-text coverage from ethnic and minority press publications. Casi un cuarto de los artículos se presenta en español.
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Gale
Search articles in a wide range of general and academic topics.
Browse topics to help with papers, projects, and presentations.
Gale OneFile
Research content for high school students.
Full historic content from five major black newspapers: The Chicago Defender, The New York Amsterdam NewsThe Atlanta Daily World, The Baltimore Afro-American and Los Angeles Sentinel.
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Gale in Context
Research cultures, history, science, and social issues for students in grades 6-8.
Includes New York TimesLos Angeles Times, Wall Street Journal, and The Washington Post.
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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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Access The New York Times articles from 1851-present.
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Unlimited access, both onsite and remote, to The New York Times website and app.
 
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Full-text access to the financial newspaper of record, 1984-present.
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Full-text access to The Washington Post, 1877-present. 
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Retrieve, view, print and email digitized full-page images from the The Washington Post from 2008-present (3-month embargo).
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Unlimited access, both onsite and remote, to The Washington Post website and app.
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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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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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