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While this website has an agenda, it presents serious information based on research regarding communication and conflict resolution, from the interpersonal level to the international arena, making it a reasonable place to get ideas about how to proceed with one's own research.
Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers (Library of Congress)
This is a major project to provide PDF images of many of America's historic newspapers. At this stage of development, the site offers more than 226,000 pages of public domain newspapers from California, Florida, Kentucky, New York, Utah, Virginia and the District of Columbia published between 1900 and 1910. It is a work in progress, but is a searchable database that can serve as a supplement to the Historic New York Times. Regional newspapers during earlier times were much less likely to mirror what New York said than what newspapers, unfortunately, often do today.
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The Prints & Photographs collection contains about one million digital images of historical American events that may be useful for the researcher who wants to examine illustrations in journalism history. But be careful of what you choose to use, because not all the images are in the public domain and some restrictions on use may apply.
Often critical and sometimes irreverent, this website casts an analytical eye on coverage of current events. While not a scholarly site, it nonetheless offers a perspective that may differ from that of mainstream news organizations.