Available to Central, City and Suburban Libraries
[In Library Use Only]
Provides access to a wide range of resources for genealogical and historical research. It includes all available records from the United States Census (1790-1940); military records; court, land and probate records; vital and church records; directories; passenger lists and more.
Search current and archived local, state and national full-text articles on issues, events, business, government, sports and more with over 1,800 newspapers and other news sources including the Syracuse Post-Standard (12/2/86-Current), Albany Times Union (3/1/86-Current), and USA Today (7/1/87-Current). This collection is text only and has no images. Newsbank is paid for in part with funds administered by the Central New York Library Resources Council.
A searchable archive of digital images from US and international newspapers. Coverage includes more than 750 cities and over 2000 newspaper titles. Included in the collection is a searchable archive of Syracuse newspapers from 1857 forward. This collection includes full text and images of newspaper pages. Please note: The years and dates available are incomplete.
A searchable archive of just the Syracuse newspapers from 1857 forward. This collection includes full text and images of newspaper pages. Please note: The years and dates available are incomplete.
Available to Central & City Branch Libraries†
A collection of research materials for tracing family history and American culture, including a complete set of U.S. Federal Census [head of household] records from 1790-1930, a collection of over 25,000 family and local histories, and an index of over 1.6 million genealogy and local history articles.
[Remote access temporarily unavailable]
Full text coverage of the following newspapers: New York Times (1851-2010),
Wall Street Journal (1889-1994) , Washington Post (1877-1995) , Los Angeles Times (1881-1988),
The Christian Science Monitor (1908-1998).
†Branch Libraries - Beauchamp, Betts, Hazard, Mundy, Paine, Petit, Soule, White
If your library card was issued by a suburban library, check that library's website for access.
Last updated January 6, 2015