Featured Resource: America’s Newspapers

If you’re looking for fulltext articles from the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel or Chicago Tribune, you’ll be disappointed to learn that these newspapers were recently withdrawn from LexisNexis and EBSCO Newspaper Source Plus.

But don’t despair. The Library now subscribes to America’s News from NewsBank. Not only does America’s News cover the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel starting in 1990 and Chicago Tribune starting in 1985, but it covers more than 1,500 news sources from across the U.S. and its territories. Ten Wisconsin newspapers are represented along with videos from Wisconsin news channels. The database also offers hundreds of newspapers, news magazines, and national publications like the Wall Street Journal and Christian Science Monitor. Users may search the entire database or limit to publications from certain states or regions.

So take a closer look at America’s News to find more news that you can use.

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1 Response to Featured Resource: America’s Newspapers

  1. Ronna says:

    Don’t forget to check out the America’s *Historical* Newspapers section of this database. Just click on the link on the America’s Newspaper database’s main page. America’s *Historical* Newspapers contains newspapers from 1690 to the 1920s. Great for historical research!

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