Identify periodical titles
American Periodicals 1741-1900 - lists periodicals we have in microfilm and online;
at Research Support Desk, Ref. Z6951 .H65
Ref. Z6944.N39 A37 1998
Ref. PN5124.L6 B74 1983
Hispanic periodicals in the United States, origins to 1960
PN4885.S75 K36 1999
Find more bibliographies by including the words periodicals (or newspapers) and bibliography as subject terms in your search.
Reader's Guide to Periodical Literature - 1902-2002 Ref. AI3 .R48(print) Now online! Reader's Guide Retrospective, 1890-1982
The Wellesley index to Victorian periodicals, 1824-1900- This print index provides researchers access to selected periodicals by subject.
Periodicals - magazines, journals, and newspapers - written during the time period under study are excellent primary sources.
Identify useful periodicals for your topic:
Search library catalogs for periodical titles to locate print, microfilm or online copies.
To find individual articles use an index. Or, search a fulltext database that contains your periodical.
Sometimes, historians use newpapers or magazines that don't have an index and aren't available online. In this case, begin by browsing key dates.
(Newspaper collections are listed separately under the Newspapers tab above.)
These online indexes provide citations to articles in magazines or newspapers. Check GIL or GIL-Find to see if we have the periodical, You may request articles not owned by GSU through Interlibrary Loan
19th Century Masterfile- Searchable by keyword or author, this database will provide article citations.
Reader's Guide Retrospective, (1890-1982)- This index is now online. Follow the FindIt@GSU links to find print, microform, or online editions of magazines.