The Anti–SlaveryExaminer was an irregular anti-slavery serial published in the 1830s and 1840s by the American Anti-Slavery Society. AtlanticMonthly, scattered issues available to view between 1857-1922. Freedom’sJournal, African-American Newspaper published weekly in New York City from 1827-1829. Harper’sMagazine(1850-) ScientificAmerican, (1845-) and SouthernQuarterlyReview, 1842-1857. Blackwood‘sEdinburghMagazine (1817-1980)
By University of Michigan. Includes: Ladies’ Repository, 1841-1876; Vanity Fair, 1860-1862; and Princeton Review, 1831-1882. See AmericanPublishingfor a broader array of nineteenth century publications.
hosts several digital collections of historic Georgia Newspapers. Savannah papers have not been made available digitally, included are: AtlantaHistoric Newspapers, 1857-1922, and SouthGeorgia (Albany, Americus, Sumter, Thomasville, and Valdosta) from 1845-1922. Also Athens, Milledgeville and Columbus. May need to download freesoftware and then restart web browser to view the pages.
Two Collections from Hathi Trust http://babel.hathitrust.org
Titles include: Economist, Gentleman’s Magazine, Ladies’ Companion, The Nineteenth Century, Penny Magazine, Punch, The Spectator and the Westminster Review.
American 19th century: http://babel.hathitrust.org/cgi/mb?a=listis;c=471638258
Articles from U.S. magazines such as Atlantic Monthly and Scribner’s dating from the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.