- Sara Shiver
Columbia locals have been hogging the headlines lately (even without the primary all over the news) and I bet you didn't even know it!
Online access newspaper, magazine, and journal databases can help you find the most accurate information 24/7. Browse the list below, call us at 929-3405, email us at email@example.com, or come to the Main Library and ask for assistance. We'll be glad to help!
Includes Obituary Index, Local Magazine and Newspaper Index and Quick Facts. The Obituary Index contains obituary and death notice information from Columbia, SC newspapers. The Local Magazine and Newspaper Index indexes articles related to Columbia and South Carolina from selected local publications. Quick Facts includes local information, fun facts and answers to difficult reference questions.
Regional Business News provides full text for nearly 100 regional U.S. and Canadian business publications (including titles from Crain Communications).
America's Obituaries & Death Notices is NewsBank's large and comprehensive collection of newspaper obituaries and death notices from around the United States. Each obituary or death notice is indexed by the name of the deceased person, to make searching easier and more precise. In addition, the text of each obituary or death notice is searchable, making it easy to find just what you're looking for using a place of residence, occupation, names of family members, or other personal information.
Search for electronic full-text magazines and newspapers by title and subject.
Genealogy and history researchers will find full text articles from several historical newspapers. Coverage focusses on the Southeast and African American newspapers of the 18th and 19th centuries. Good for genealogical and other historical research, Accessible Archives includes the Civil War database, with the full text of major articles from The New York Herald, The Charleston Mercury and The Richmond Enquirer covering November 1, 1860–April 15, 1865; The African American Newspapers database contains seven of the major African American newspapers of the 19th century and other major historical newspapers from the 18th and 19th century.
The SC Historical Newspapers is a custom collection of early SC newspapers spanning the years from 1783 to 1848 and the State Newspaper covering the years 1891-1922. The communities of Charleston, Camden, Georgetown and Edgefield are all represented. The full text of the collections is searchable making it a powerful way to find mentions of people and events within articles.
This current events database allows researchers to explore social, political & economic issues, scientific discoveries and other popular topics discussed in today's classrooms including controversial opinions and viewpoints. TOPICsearch™ contains full text for over 140,000 articles from nearly 260 diverse sources including international newspapers, EBSCO's unparalleled collection of periodicals, biographies, public opinion polls, book reviews, pamphlets, and government information.
Ulrich's Periodicals Directory is a detailed, comprehensive bibliographic directory that provides publishing information for serials all over the world. Provides a number of search options such as title, keyword, ISSN, publisher and subject.