Magazines and Newspapers
Premium Magazines and Newspapers Resources
Explore and stay informed on local and national topics, people and events in areas such as business, health, education, jobs and careers, political and social issues and more.
The California Digital Newspaper Collection contains over 400,000 pages of significant historical California newspapers published from 1846-1922, including the first California newspaper, the...
What is Explora Educators Edition?Explora Educator's Edition provides indexing and abstracts for nearly 300 peer-reviewed journals focusing on the field of education.
What is Health Reference Library eBook Collection?
What are Historical Magazine Archives from EBSCO?EBSCO offers full text historical runs of select major magazines dating from the 1800’s forward. Seven archives are available now in conne
A collection of over 3000 digital magazines from across the U.S. and around the world.
Full text articles from more than 2,000 magazines, journals, and newspapers
An online database housing magazine issues, images and maps produced by National Geographic. The content includes the complete run of National Geographic magazine from 1888 to 2015 with over 7400...
Books, videos, magazines and pictures produced by National Geographic for children
What is Newspapers.com?
Read newspaper articles from the Press Democrat, New York Times, and more.
Search early issues and see exact copies of the articles as printed on the original pages of the Chronicle. Only available at the History and Genealogy Library.
Access to New York Times regular newspaper content from 1851-1922 and 1981 to present. For access to New York Times content from 1923-1980 see our New...
Access to New York Times regular newspaper content from 1851 to present. For access to New York Times from inside the library see our New York Times -...
24/7 online access to the latest news coverage on the Wall Street Journal website. Note: The sharing of sign-on credentials is not permitted.
24/7 online access to the latest news coverage from The Washington Post website when using library devices or Wi-Fi.