- Find articles in magazines, newspapers, and academic journals using these databases paid for by the Northville District Library or by MeL. Search results are the digitized version of what appeared in the actual print periodical.
- Coverage varies by titles but typically goes back many years.
- Magazine databases offer mostly full-text articles, and you can limit your search to just full-text. Newspapers databases offer all full-text.
- Includes options to print or email your documents.
Databases for Magazines
General Reference Center Gold
Integrates a variety of sources, including popular and scholarly magazines, as well as entries from books. Can be limited to full text or searched by name of publication.
Articles on a variety of topics from newspapers and magazines on topics of general interest. Includes magazines such as Consumer Reports.
Databases for Newspapers
Detroit Free Press: 1999 - present
Offers an archive of Free Press articles.
Detroit Free Press, Historical Newspapers: 1831 - 1922
Digitized version of the early Detroit Free Press and its precursor, with full images of articles, obituaries, ads, marriage announcements, and more. This resource was purchased with generous contributions by numerous donors in memory of William Granton McAskin.
Easily search a collection of more than 1,000 newspapers and translate articles into 11 different languages.
Lansing State Journal: 2002 - Present
New York Times: 1995 - present
Offers full text of the nation’s leading newspaper back to the mid-1990s.
Databases for Scholarly Journals
Expanded Academic ASAP
Meets research needs across academic disciplines with scholarly articles and reports.