Developed by dedicated instructors and students of American history, Accessible Archives' databases contain the rich, comprehensive material found in leading historic periodicals and books in a user-friendly online environment.
Databases: African American Newspapers [collection] / American County Histories [collection] / The Charleston Mercury / The Christian Recorder / The Civil War Part I. A Newspaper Perspective [collection] / The Civil War Part II. The Soldiers' Perspective [collection] / The Civil War Part III. The Generals' Perspective [collection] / The Civil War Part IV. A Midwestern Perspective [collection] / The Civil War Part V. Iowa's perspective [collection] / The Civil War Part VI. Northeast Regimental Histories [collection] / The Civil War Part VII. Abraham Lincoln Library Abolitionist Books [collection] / The Colored American / Frederick Douglass Paper / Douglass Monthly / Freedom's Journal / Frank Leslie's Weekly / Godey's Lady's Book / History of Woman Suffrage / The Liberator / The Lily / The National Era / National Citizen and Ballot Box / National Anti-Slavery Standard / News of the Day / The New York Herald / The North Star / Old Post Union / The Pennsylvania Gazette / The Pennsylvania Genealogical Catalog [collection] / Pennsylvania Newspaper Record [collection] / The Pennsylvania Packet / Provincial Freeman / The Revolution /
Richmond Enquirer / Scenes from the Life of Harriet Tubman / The South Carolina Gazette / The Gazette of the State of South Carolina / The South Carolina Gazette and Country Journal / The South Carolina and American General Gazette / The Stars and Stripes and Old Post Union / Twelve Years a Slave / Vincennes Courant / Vincennes Weekly Courant and Patriot / Vincennes Gazette / Vincennes Weekly Gazette / Weekly Vincennes Gazette / Vincennes Times / The Virginia Gazette / Weekly Advocate
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