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  • Internet Archive
    Non-profit digital library offering free universal access to books, movies music & hundreds of billions of archived web pages.
  • Archive Today
    A free supplemental alternative web archive service to the Wayback Machine hosted by the Internet Archive.
  • Archive-It
    Subscription-based web archiving services for libraries and archives which was launched by the Internet Archive in 1996.
    Electronic archive of thousands of free classics of reference, literature & nonfiction. Steven H. van Leeuwen founded the site in January of 1993.
  • British Newspaper Archive
    Partnership project between the British Library & findmypast to digitize over 40 million newspaper pages. They help professional researchers, historians & other users learn more about Britain's history.
  • Chronicling America
    Digitized and searchable archive of thousands of historical United States newspapers spanning from 1789 to 1924.
  • Education Resources Information Center
    ERIC is an online library of education research and information, sponsored by the Institute of Education Sciences (IES) of the U.S. Department of Education.
  • Elephind
    Search free historic newspaper archives from Chronicling America, Trove & other important collections.
  • Freebase
    Entity database created by Metaweb which lists subjects, predicates & objects. The database is available for download.
  • Google Dataset Search
    Service catering to data journalists, scientists & data geeks which highlights data collections across the web.
  • Google News Archive
    Free online archive of historical news articles which was launched on June 6, 2006. Google acquired to found the service.
  • issuu
    Offers over 30 million publications to 100 million readers who find and share the magazines, catalogs and publications they love in their collection.
  • LexisNexis
    Subscription-based archive of legal, government, business and high-tech information sources.
  • National Archives
    United States Federal records archive established by Congress in 1934 to preserve historical official government records.
  • NewsBank
    News database company founded by John Naisbitt in 1972. They offer a large database of full text articles across hundreds of newspapers, wire services & broadcasts.
    Searchable database of tens of millions of newspaper pages dating back to 1607. They offer over 5 billion genealogy records including births& obituaries, marriages & divorces, arrests & war casualties.
    Archive of over 5,300 historical newspapers from across the United States & beyond ranging from the 1700s to the 2000s. Explore newspaper articles & clippings for help with genealogy, history & other research.
  • ProQuest
    Service which enables researchers to discover, manage and share historical research. The company was founded by Eugene B. Power as University Microfilms in 1938.
  • The National Archives
    The official archive of the UK government, preserving over 1,000 years of important historical documents.
  • TimesMachine
    Historical archive of The New York Times available to subscribers which allows them to view a digital version of the newspaper from 1851 to 1980.
  • Trove
    Historical Australian resource archive including thousands of newspapers, maps, books & webpages.
  • Wayback Machine Downloader
    Free tool which enables users to download an old copy of a website which is no longer available online.

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