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Known as LibrarySearch, this interdisciplinary database is UofT's largest--and your best bet when more focused databases let you down. It combs through more than 1,200 databases, journal packages, e-book collections, and other resources ranging from the sciences to the social sciences and humanities. At its best, LibrarySearch finds relevant results you won't find elsewhere; at its worst, however, LibrarySearch can overwhelm you will a mish-mash of results from different subject areas.
Covering the history of the United States and Canada, America History & Life indexes more than 1,800 journals from 1895 to the present.
Historical Abstracts covers the history of the world (excluding the United States and Canada) from 1450 to the present. The database contains over half a million annotated entries.
Printing: Very difficult in Google News. The only real way to print is to use ALT-PrtScr (Print Screen) on your computer: this will copy the page. Then paste the image into a word document where you can crop it.
Zooming: Click the zoom in and out magnifying glass icons in the top-right of the horizontal blue bar above the newspaper pages.
Printing: Click the print icon in the top-right corner.
Zooming: Click the zoom in and out icons in the bottom-right corner.
For the micofilm version, go to the Media Commons Library on the 3rd Floor of Robarts.
Comprises The Evening Star (1894-1900), The Toronto Daily Star (1900-1971), and The Toronto Star (1971-2015).
With more than 9,000 articles on subjects ranging from politics, law, engineering, and religion to literature, painting, medicine, and sport, this encyclopedia is a key resource for Irish studies. The entries, written by established academics, contain bibliographies to guide students in further research. The 9-volume set is so detailed that you get thorough articles on a wide range of people, from internationally-famous figures such as the poet W.B. Yeats to lesser-known persons such as Denis Kilbride, a 19th Century agrarian campaigner and MP.
Both online and in print, and containing more than 1,500 articles, this 5-volume set is the major encyclopedia for Celtic studies.
To narrow your search, select Advanced Search on the right. Then add keywords to the All These Words box. Put synonyms or word variations--e.g. Fenian Fenians--in the Any of These Words box. You can also narrow by year--but not to a specific month or day. Here's an example:
O’Connor, John, and John Young Lisgar. Letters of John O’Connor, M.P. on Fenianism: Addressed to His Excellency the Right Honourable John Young, Bart., P. C., G.C.B., G.C.MG., Governor-General of Canada. Toronto: Hunter, Rose, 1870.
Salyer, Lucy E. Under the Starry Flag: How a Band of Irish Americans Joined the Fenian Revolt and Sparked a Crisis over Citizenship. Cambridge, Massachusetts: The Belknap Press of Harvard University Press, 2018.