These materials are arranged by title in the newspaper
section of the microfilm (MFLM) cabinets
on the 3rd floor of the UCF Library, unless noted otherwise.
Following is a list of some of the newspapers available in the UCF Library. To identify current newspaper subscriptions, search the UCF library catalog. See also the separate listing of Florida Newspapers available. The list also includes links to some online sources, including several historic newspaper digitization projects. Online archives are identified for a few major papers providing free indexing but with a payment required for access to the full text -- NOTE: The UCF Library has microfilm of the full text for several of these newspapers.
|California||1849-1864||Alta California [San Francisco] (Jan. 4, 1849-Dec. 1864)|
|1865-1983||Filed as San Francisco Chronicle
Daily Dramatic Chronicle (v.1 - 8#40, Jan. 16, 1865-Aug. 31,1868)
Daily Morning Chronicle (v.8#41 - 10#26, Sept. 1, 1868-Aug. 14, 1869)
San Francisco Chronicle (Aug. 15, 1869-Dec. 31, 1983)
San Francisco Chronicle. Newspaper Index
|Los Angeles Times - UCF Library does not have microfilm for this newspaper.|
|Colorado||1859-1879||Rocky Mountain News [weekly] (Apr 23, 1859-Dec 24, 1879) - select full text online 1859-1876|
|1860-1879||Daily Rocky Mountain News [Denver] (Aug 27, 1860-Jul 3, 1879) - select full text online 1860-1875|
|1879-1887||Colorado Antelope [Denver] (Oct 1879-Jun 1887) - select full text online 1879-1882|
|1882-1895||Queen Bee [Denver] (Jul 15, 1882-Feb 18, 1891; Jun 22, 1892-Sep 4, 1895)|
|1859-1930||Colorado's Historic Newspapers Collection provides online access to various Colorado newspapers.|
|1800-1869||Filed as National Intelligencer
National Intelligencer and Washington Advertiser
(v.1 #1-v.11 #1579, Oct 31,1800 - Nov 24, 1810)
Daily National Intelligencer (v.11 #1580-v.69 #17728, Nov 27, 1810-Jun 24, 1869)
|Air Force Times (v.35-v.55, Aug 1974-Jul 1995; v.58-v.59 , Aug 1997-Aug 1999)|
|1972-||Washington Post (1972- )
Official Washington Post Index
|Georgia||1750-1925||Georgia Historic Newspapers is converting microfilmed newspapers to digital format; to date portions of the Dublin Post, the Cherokee Phoenix, and the Colored Tribune have been digitized.|
|Atlanta Constitution (Jun 17, 1868-Dec 30, 1879; 1950-)|
|Hawaii||1834-1948||Digitized Hawaiian Language Newspapers provides online access to various Hawaii newspapers.|
|Illinois||1849-||Chicago Tribune (Apr 23,
Chicago Tribune. Newspaper Index
|Kentucky||1830-1868||Louisville Daily Journal (Nov 26, 1830-Nov 7, 1868)|
|Filed as New Orleans, LA
Moniteur de la Louisiane [New Orleans]
(Aug 14, 1802-Nov 26, 1803; Jan 31, 1811-Jul 2, 1811; Oct 13, 1811-Mar 19, 1812)
|1804-1811||Filed as New Orleans, LA
(incomplete) issues report the proceedings of the Legislative sessions from the Courrier de la Louisiane, the Louisiana Gazette, and the Mississippi Messenger.
|1810-1827||Filed as New Orleans, LA
Le Courrier de la Louisiane [New Orleans] (Mar 2, 1810-Mar 31, 1827) (incomplete)
|1829-1836||New Orleans Bee
also known as L'Abeille de la Nouvelle Orleans
|1837-1983||Filed as New Orleans Times-Picayune
The Picayune (Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan 25, 1837)-v. 1, no. 235 (Oct 28, 1837))
The daily picayune (Nov.2, 1837-Apr.5, 1914)
Times-democrat and the daily picayune (Apr 6,1914-May 11,1914)
Times-picayune (May 12, 1914 - Jun 1, 1980)
Times-picayune, the states-item (Jun 2, 1980-1983)
New Orleans Times-Picayune. Newspaper index
|Massachusetts||1705-1770||Filed as Boston News-Letter
and as Massachusetts Gazette
Boston News-Letter (Apr 14, 1704-1718)
Boston (Weekly) News-Letter (1719-1759)
Boston News-Letter and Massachusetts Gazette (1760-1763)
Massachusetts Gazette and Boston News-Letter (1765)
Massachusetts Gazette and Boston Weekly News-Letter (1766-1770)
|1769-1798||Boston Gazette and Country Journal (1769-Sep 1798)|
|Independent Chronicle and Boston Patriot|
|Filed as Daily Evening Transcript and
as Boston Evening Transcript
Daily Evening Transcript (1840-Jun 1843)
Boston Evening Transcript (1854-1856)
|1960-||Christian Science Monitor [Boston]|
|Filed in several areas as
Missouri Gazette, Missouri Republican, [St. Louis], and Daily Missouri Republican
Missouri Gazette (Jul 26, 1808-Aug 6, 1814)
Missouri Gazette & Public Advertiser (1819-Mar 1822)
Missouri Republican (1822-1828, 1853-1858)
[St. Louis] Missouri Republican (Aug 12, 1828-Dec 31, 1829)
Daily Missouri Republican (Jan.2, 1836-Dec.31, 1845)
|1819-1824||St. Louis Enquirer (Mar 17,1819-Dec 18, 1824)|
|1829-1832||St. Louis Beacon (Jun 27,1829-Jan 26,1832, Feb 2-Dec 6,1832)|
|1833||St. Louis Free Press (Jan.3-Oct.24, 1833)|
|1835-1839||Filed as [St. Louis] Missouri Argus
Missouri Argus (May 22,1835-Nov.22,1839)
|1846||St. Louis Daily Union (Aug.17-Oct.26, 1846)|
|1892-1900||Sporting News [St. Louis] (Oct 22, 1892-Jul 28, 1900)|
Missouri Newspaper Project provides online access to various
(NOTE: Large gaps exist between years of coverage.)
|New York||1905-1960||New York Age (v.18#21-74#1,
Jan 5, 1905-Mar 14, 1953)
New York Age Defender (v.74#2-v.77#13 (Mar 21, 1953 - Jun 8, 1957)
New York Age (v.77#14-v.79#50 (Jun 15,1957-Feb 17,1960)
|1851-||New York Times (Sept. 18,
New York Times Index
Historic New York Times
|1925-||Wall Street Journal
Wall Street Journal Index
|1811-2002||Northern New York Historical Newspapers provides online access to various New York newspapers.|
|Pennsylvania||1719-1746||American Weekly Mercury [Philadelphia] (Dec 22, 1719-May 22, 1746)|
|1728-1815||Filed as Pennsylvania Gazette
Universal instructor in all arts and sciences, and Pennsylvania gazette (Dec 24, 1728-Sep 26, 1729)
Pennsylvania Gazette (Oct 2, 1729-Oct 11, 1815)
|1757-1759||Pennsylvania Journal and Weekly Advertiser (1757-Nov 1759)|
|1793-1896||Filed as Pittsburgh Gazette
Pittsburgh Gazette (Jan 19, 1793-May 29, 1820)
Pittsburgh gazette, and manufacturing and mercantile advertiser (Jun 5, 1820-1925)
Pittsburgh gazette (1825-1833)
Daily Pittsburgh gazette (Jul 30, 1833-May 20, 1841)
Pittsburgh daily gazette (May 21, 1841-Feb 24, 1844)
Pittsburgh daily gazette and advertiser (Mar 1844-Mar 31, 1847)
Pittsburgh daily gazette (Apr 1, 1847-Jan 8, 1851)
Daily Pittsburgh gazette (Jan 9, 1851-May 8, 1861)
Daily Pittsburgh gazette and commercial journal (May 9, 1861-May 20, 1863)
Daily Pittsburgh gazette (May 21, 1863-Jan 6, 1866)
Pittsburgh gazette (Jan 8, 1866-Feb 14, 1877)
Pittsburgh commercial gazette (Feb 15, 1877-1896)
|United States Gazette [Philadelphia] (Jan 2, 1815-Dec 30, 1818; Jan 2, 1824-Nov 10, 1838)|
|1836-1872||Philadelphia Public Ledger [Philadelphia] (incomplete)|
|South Carolina||1732-1782||Filed as South Carolina Gazette
South Carolina Gazette (Jan 8, 1732-Dec 11, 1775)
Gazette of the State of South Carolina (Apr 9, 1777-Feb 9, 1780)
South Carolina Gazette and Country Journal (Dec 17, 1765-Aug 1, 1775)
Charlestown Gazette (Nov 3, 1778-Jan 18, 1780)
South Carolina Weekly Gazette (Oct 31, 1759; Dec 10, 1760; Mar 21, 1764)
South Carolina and American General Gazette (Apr 18, 1764-Feb 28, 1781)
Royal South Carolina Gazette (Jun 8, 1780-Sep 12, 1782)
Royal Gazette (Mar 3, 1781-Sep 28, 1782)
|1787-1790||Columbia Herald [Charleston] (Jun 18, 1787-Oct 5, 1790)|
|1803-1901||Charleston Courier (1803-Apr
Charleston Daily News (Jan 1, 1873-Apr 5, 1873)
Charleston News and Courier (Apr 6, 1873-Jan 19, 1901)
|Utah||1858-1961||Utah Digital Newspapers provides online access to various Utah newspapers.|
|Washington||1852-1869||Historic Newspapers in Washington provides online access to various Washington newspapers.|
|Wisconsin||1860-1940||Wisconsin Local History & Biography Articles provides online access to selected artlcles from hundreds of Wisconsin newspapers.|
|Canada||1974-||Globe and Mail [Toronto]|
|England||1929-||Times [London] (daily, 1929-
Sunday Times (1976- )
|Soviet Union||1961-1998||Moscow News Weekly
LexisNexis Academic selected full-text January 5 1992-
|1986-1987||Pravda (in English)|
Index to Early American Periodicalscovers all known periodical publications that had their inception and ending from 1741 to 1935. The full text of the actual periodicals are in the UCF Library in three microfilm collections (often referred to as APS I, APS II and APS III) and some of the full text is now available online in the database American Periodicals Series Online. The electronic index is incomplete but growing. You may find the CD-ROM version available in the Library's Electronic Reference Area easier to use. The print index provides limited subject access to the complete series and is shelved in the UCF Library's Reference Collection at REF AP2.A388. The newspapers available in the APS series are not listed above, but are identified in the UCF library catalog . Nearly one hundred of the periodicals in the APS II & APS III collections are at least partially indexed in Poole's Index to Periodical Literature [Index AI3.P7] (1802-1906). Poole's Index... was followed by International Index to Periodicals (1907-1965), Social Sciences & Humanities Index (1965-1974), Social Sciences Index (1974- ), and Humanities Index (1974- ). The last two indexes are available electronically as Wilson databases: Social Sciences Full Text (1983- ) and Humanities Full Text (1983- ).
Dialog@CARL provides abstracts or selected full text articles from about 140 U.S. & international newspapers and wire services. Dates of coverage vary, with most beginning coverage in the last 20 years. The earliest full text coverage provides articles of the Boston Globe from 1980 forward. The file for "Gale Group National Newspaper Index" provides front-to-back indexing of the Christian Science Monitor, the Los Angeles Times, the New York Times, The Wall Street Journal and the Washington Post from 1979 forward. The earliest coverage provides abstracts of New York Times articles from 1969 forward. NOTE: The UCF subscription to this database was cancelled several years ago. Please ask at the UCF Reference Desk for assistance in selecting alternate sources. Access to these Dialog databases may still be available for a fee through the UCF Library's InfoSource service.Ethnic NewsWatch is a full text database of the newspapers, magazines, and journals of the ethnic, minority and native press with 550,000+ articles from 200 publications from 1990 forward, plus archival material to the mid 1980’s.
FirstSearch provides abstracts and some full text for over 500 regional newspapers in the BusinessDateline database and abstracts for 32 national and regional newspapers in the Newspaper Abstracts database. Dates of coverage varies by title, with some coverage beginning in 1985.
LexisNexisAcademic provides abstracts or selected full text articles from many U.S. & international newspapers. Dates of coverage vary, with most beginning coverage in the last 20 years. The earliest coverage provides abstracts of New York Times articles from 1969 forward. Also includes transcripts from television and radio news broadcasts.
NewsLibraryprovides a searchable archive for over 700 newspapers. The earliest coverage identifies articles of the Washington Post from 1977 forward. Searching is free and the results include first paragraphs. There is a charge for the full text online, but ask at UCF Library's Reference Desk about possible alternate sources for the full text.
Newspaper Archives/Indexes/Morgues (Library of Congress)
Today's Front Pages (Newseum) provides a readable image of the front pages from the current issues of more than 250 newspapers from around the world.
Links to U.S. and Foreign Newspapers:
(Special Libraries Association) - An index of non-US newspaper archives is also available.
U.S. News Archives on the Web
Online Newspapers (Internet Public Library) provides links for other U.S. and foreign newspapers.
NewsVoyager (Newspaper Assn of America) is a comprehensive gateway to U.S. daily and weekly newspapers on the Web.
Kidon Media-Link provides links to over 15,000 newspapers and other news sources from almost every country and territory in the world.
The Paperboy provides links to U.S. and foreign newspapers.
The Flying Inkpot's World News Links provides links to U.S. and foreign news sources.
African American History in The Press, 1851-1899 [REF E 185.2.A25 1996] provides positive & negative portrayals of African Americans in more than 1,200 articles & editorials and over 470 cartoons & engravings from thirteen major newspapers of the nineteenth century.
Keesing's Contemporary Archives/Record of World Events (1931- ) [REF D 410.K4] provides weekly summaries of world events, drawn from newspapers, wire services, and other information sources. The issues from 1983 forward are monthly summaries. Includes the texts of speeches and documents.
Facts on File (1941- ) [REF D 410.F3] provides "a detailed, objective and timely weekly distillation of the news and current information as reported in more than 70 major newspapers and newsmagazines from the U.S. and around the world."
Day By Day... is a series of decade-by-decade chronologies of world events from 1920-1999. The series is designed to provide students and other readers with a quick reference to specific events. See also: American Decades.
CBS News Index (1975-1986) [Index AP 2.C372] provides access to the transcripts of CBS news television broadcasts from 1975-1986. The UCF Library has a microfiche collection on the 3rd floor, which includes: CBS daily news broadcasts, CBS News Special Report, Special Report for Young People, CBS Reports, Face the Nation, Going Places, Inside CBS News, Magazine, Razzmatazz, 60 Minutes, 30 Minutes, On the Road with Charles Kuralt, Universe, Your Turn, CBS News Daily Broadcast, CBS News Special, Who's Who, West 57th, and Our Times with Bill Moyers.
Television News Archive (Vanderbilt Univ) provides abstracts of evening news broadcasts from August 5, 1968 forward. Includes title lists of some special news-related programming, with abstracts for special programs beginning in 1989. Paper copies of the index are available in the UCF Library for 1974-1979 [General Collection AI3.T44]. Also see LexisNexis Academic for full text of some transcripts from television and radio news broadcasts.
Newspapers in Microform [REF PN 4731.L54] identifies some of the newspapers that might be found in other libraries around the world. Entries in the first two volumes (United States) are arranged geographically by state and by city under the state. Entries in the third volume (Foreign Countries) are arranged geographically by country and by city under the country.
United States Newspaper Program is a cooperative national effort among the states and the federal government to locate, catalog, and preserve on microfilm newspapers published in the United States from the eighteenth century to the present. Most state websites provide comprehensive lists of their historic newspapers. See also the National Digital Newspaper Program.
Other bibliographic resources in the UCF Library's Reference Collection include:
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