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Asahi Shinbunsha: Index of the headlines of newspaper articles, in one of the most authoritative newspapers in Japan, 'Asahi Shinbun'. The newspaper itself is held in microfilm format and is accessible through the Newspapers and Microforms Reading Room at Call Number mfm X 108.
: Asahi Shinbun newspaper historical coverage 1926-1945. AVAILABLE ONLY THROUGH THE JAPANESE PUBLIC PC IN THE ASIAN COLLECTIONS READING ROOM.
China National Knowledge Infrastructure: This resource provides access to the full text of selected articles in over 700 Chinese language newspapers published in the People's Republic of China. Available for document delivery to Australian libraries.
Library of Congress: Free database of historic American newspapers covering 1836-1922. Includes a link to a directory of US newspapers from 1690 to present.
: Connected Histories provides an integrated search facility for interrogating a number of major online resources in early modern and 19th-century British history. The single federated search allows searching of names, places and dates, as well as the ability to save, connect and share resources within a personal workspace. Sister site to Manuscripts Online Written Culture 1000 - 1500, also available on eResources.
Dacheng shu ju you xian gong si: Dacheng Old Journal Full-text Database includes a collection of 7,000 periodicals, 130,000 issues and 1.3 million articles, which were published from 1840 to 1949 in mainland China. Many of the periodicals in Dacheng database are rare and unique during late Qing Dynasty. Subjects covered include philosophy, economic, politics, military, industry, agriculture, transportation, literature ,history, geography , astronomy and astrology.
Readex: A part of 'America's Historical Newspapers' collection, this series features images and full-text content from over 710 historical American newspapers. Based largely on Clarence Brigham's History and Bibliography of American Newspapers, 1690-1820, it concentrates primarily on the 18th and early 19th centuries. Also available on microform in the Newspapers and Microforms Reading Room. Available for document delivery to Australian libraries.
Adam Matthew: Portal to newspapers and periodicals c1685-1815 offers integrated access to the Hope Collection at the Bodleian Library, Oxford (Eighteenth Century Journals I), the Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center University of Texas (Eighteenth Century Journals II) and the British Library Newspapers, Colindale and Cambridge University Library (Eighteenth Century Journals III) . It brings together rare journals printed between c1685 and 1815, illuminating all aspects of eighteenth-century social, political and literary life. Topics include: the writings of Sir Isaac Newton; the French Revolution; reviews of literature, the theater, and fashion throughout Europe; the origins and rise of Romanticism; political debates; gender, religion, influence of the press, and coffee house gossip and discussion. The National Library of Australia subscribes only to modules I, II and III. Available for document delivery to Australian libraries.
Dow Jones: Factiva (Dow Jones and Proquest) provides access to global news and business information as well as full text coverage of major Australian and international newspapers and journals. Same-day news wires, company reports, investment analyst reports, market research reports, country and regional profiles, company profiles, and historical market data are also provided. Coverage of individual publications varies widely.
: The Financial Times Historical Archive provides access to the complete run of this authoritative daily business newspaper for 120 years. Every item printed in the newspaper can be searched and browsed. As well as covering global financial and economic issues, the newspaper also reported on industry, energy, international politics, management, personal finance and the arts. Cross searchable with other Gale products via the Gale NewsVault. Available for document delivery to Australian libraries.
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