An index to Louisiana popular periodicals
Newspapers & Magazines
This primary source collection offers more than 19,000 American and global news sources, including over 400 current and historical Black publications, to provide a window into African American history, culture, and daily life—as well as the ways the dominant culture has portrayed and perceived people of African descent. The sources in this collection covers the time period between pre-Revolution America and the early 21st century.
General OneFile is a one-stop source for news, magazine, and periodical articles across a wide range of general interest topics and academic disciplines. With millions of articles available in both PDF and HTML full-text, General OneFile serves a wide audience of readers. This resource requires a valid St. Tammany Parish Library card as a Login ID. This resource can be used at school for the 2021-2022 school year.
Designed specifically for high school libraries, this database contains full text for nearly 500 popular, high school magazines. MAS Ultra - School Edition also provides more than 360 full text reference books, 85,670 biographies, 105,786 primary source documents, and an Image Collection of over 502,000 photos, maps & flags, color PDFs and expanded full text backfiles (back to 1975) for key magazines.
Enjoy digital access to The New York Times through the St. Tammany Parish Library! You can read and share articles with loved ones, subscribe to your favorite newsletters, search the archive, and download popular NYT apps.
To get started, connect to your local library’s wi-fi or log into one of our public computers and register at nytimes.com/register, opens a new window. Want to use it from home? Use this Redeem Link, opens a new window and click 'Redeem' to register for 72 hour access.
News-2-You is available on the public computers at the Causeway, Covington, Madisonville, Mandeville, Slidell, and South Slidell branches. This resource is a weekly interactive online current events newspaper for people with complex learning needs (unique learners, struggling readers, and English Language learners for example) at their individual, age-appropriate levels to allow them to broaden their horizons with high-interest nonfiction. In order to access this resource, you must visit one of the St. Tammany Parish Library branches listed above and speak with a librarian.
The electronic editions of current and archived full text newspaper titles, as well as newswires, web editions, blogs, videos, broadcast transcripts, business journals, periodicals, government documents and other publications--all in one easy-to-search database.
NewspaperARCHIVE is the world's best resource for historical and genealogical information. Our unique archive spans more than 400 years of family history, small-town events, world news, and more. Explore your family tree and discover your history at NewspaperARCHIVE.com, the world's largest online newspaper archive. You can also create a free user account to save your searches and organize your research with folders through the library's subscription.
Links to free newspaper sites in Louisiana and in other states.
This resource allows access to the Times-Picayune online. The Digital Archive begins with the first issue of The Picayune published on January 25, 1837.
Geared towards researchers, this resource provides text only coverage from 1984 to the present day of the Wall Street Journal in a friendly searchable format. Articles can be printed, shared by email, or saved as a PDF.
Enjoy digital access to The Wall Street Journal, one of the world's leading daily financial newspapers! You can read timely national and international news articles, keep up with the latest business and political news, explore trends in the job market, and more.
To get started, create an account using your email address and a password of your choice. Your login will give you access to The Wall Street Journal from anywhere on any device for 3 days. Once it expires, you can come back to the Library's link to login again.
Want to use it from home? Login with your library card number then create an account or sign in to your existing account.