These primary-source databases are available to GSU affiliates.
If you are accessing them from off campus, you will be asked to sign in with your Campus ID and password.
James P. Danky, ed., African-American Newspapers and Periodicals: A National Bibliography (1998) is a good starting point for identifying titles of historical African-American periodicals.
Many libraries and organizations are making digital materials available online.
To find these collections, use a search string with terms relevant to your topic in Google or another search engine. For example:
digital collection site:edu "african methodist episcopal church"
You can also try the same search limiting to site:org rather than site:edu BUT:
EDU = educational institution
ORG = organization, which can mean almost ANY kind of noncorporate organization. If you aren't familiar with the organization, do some research on it! Who are they? What do they promote? Are they reliable?
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Questions to ask when you are assessing online primary-source collections:
Use Google, Wikipedia, & other sources to research the authors, organizations, or institutions responsible for the page and its funding.
Don't just trust the About page!