[Ads-l] Fwd: Readex/AAS Enlarge Early American Newspapers with Series 11

Joel S. Berson Berson at ATT.NET
Sun Dec 7 01:16:32 UTC 2014


Seen first on another list.

>Created from the holdings of the American 
>Antiquarian Society, Early American Newspapers, 
>Series 11, 1803-1899, will offer online access 
>to more than 130 newspapers covering 
>wide-ranging facets of U.S. history, culture and 
>daily life. Created for students and scholars in 
>diverse academic disciplines, Series 11 
>significantly extends the political and 
>geographical breadth and depth of the 10 
>previous series of Early American Newspapers, 
>1690-1922. Among the titles in Series 11 are 
>many of the better and more influential 
>newspapers in each American region as well as 
>elusive runs of especially noteworthy newspapers 
>that have only recently become available. For a 
>title list or other information, please contact 
><mailto:readexmarketing at readex.com>readexmarketing at readex.com.
>
>David Loiterstein
>Marketing Director
>Readex, a Division of NewsBank
>Email: <mailto:dloiterstein at readex.com>dloiterstein at readex.com
>Website: <http://www.readex.com/>www.readex.com
>Twitter: <https://twitter.com/Readex>https://twitter.com/Readex

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