The texts listed below were purchased as bulk, raw data and are in XML format. The data are available offline; to access it, email firstname.lastname@example.org. We will set up an appointment with you to learn more about your project and discuss how to use this data.
The ProQuest Historic Newspapers data is not organized in a meaningful way so it will take some extra time for you to find the data you need. DiSC staff has created their own documentation to help you. We know what publications are included as well as their time span, and we have approximations of data for each title (e.g., 8.3 GB of zipped data for the Atlanta Constitution).
There are three ways of finding data from ProQuest Historic Newspapers:
The Gale data is organized, so it is easier to find the data you need from their resources. We have a spreadsheet that includes pertinent information about each title included in 19th Century U.S. Newspapers.