Gloucester City Library

Newspapers, Magazines and Journals


  • EbscoHost  - If you are connecting from a non-library computer, you will be asked to enter your library card number. EbscoHost includes databases for searching general interest, academic, medical, science, environmental,  education, biographical and business publications. Many articles are available in full text.


  • Biomed Search - most comprehensive free search tool online for medical and scientific publications, including many articles and dissertations found nowhere else
  • CamdenBase - index to articles on Camden and vicinity topics, mostly from the Courier-Post
  • Chronicling America - Library of Congress website featuring full-text newspapers from 1860-1922, plus information on newspapers as far back as 1690
  • Free Medical Journals - by Amedeo. Also see the Amedeo's free subscription service which will send updates based on your own selected medical topics and medical journals.
  • Google News Archive - list of historic newspapers that have been digitized, and basic search box
  • Google Scholar (includes scholarly articles, theses, papers, books and technical reports)
  • Highwire by Stanford University - free online full-text articles from science journals
  • Historic Newspapers - links to historical newspapers available online, from University of Pennsylvania
  • Informe on JerseyClicks* - Spanish language database indexing Hispanic periodicals
  • JStor Register and Read - Free, read-only access for individuals to a portion of JStor's journal collection. These journals are normally only available to students affiliated with a subscribing college or university library.
  • News Library from Newsbank - search millions of articles in thousands of publications at one time, including the Philadelphia Inquirer, and South Jersey Times. Searching is free, but there is a cost to access the full-text articles. Once registered, you may save searches, your search history and articles all in one place.
  • Old Magazine Articles - a collection of primary source, public domain articles on broad topics of historical interest

*These services are partially funded by the LibraryLinkNJ, a state tax funded service of the New Jersey Library Network.

Links checked 4/11/14