Caribbean Newspapers. Series 1, 1718-1876: From the American Antiquarian Society.
Contains 66 newspaper titles from 22 islands between 1718-1876.
Directorio del Estado
This portal pulls together daily information on Latin American governments. It includes news items, events, documents, and other related information.
Foreign Broadcast Information Service (FBIS) daily reports
Coverage: 1941-1996, as of July 2013
"Created by the U.S. intelligence community to benefit policy makers and analysts, FBIS Daily Reports offer foreign views and perspectives on historical
events from thousands of monitored broadcasts and publications. Translated into English from more than 50 languages - from Arabic to Swahili - these comprehensive media reports from around the globe include news, interviews, speeches and editorial commentary."--Product description.
For 1996- use World news connection
Informe, revistas en Español
English language interface
Spanish language interface
International Coalition on Newspapers
The International Coalition on Newspapers is a coordinated multi-institutional effort to increase the availability of international newspaper collections
by improving both bibliographic and physical access to global newspaper collections.
Latin American Intelligence Service
Provides access to the full portfolio of Latin American Newsletter information resources along with a series of bespoke services including the Client Response
Unit, Special Bulletins, Personal Briefings, and Five-Year Forecasts. Usage info: Licensed for 10 simultaneous users.
Latin American newspapers
Searchable collection of historical Latin American newspapers published in the 19th and early 20th century in Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Cuba,
Guatemala, Guyana, Mexico, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Trinidad and Venezuela.
World news connection (Archive)
World newspaper archive. Latin American newspapers (see Latin American newspapers)
Searchable collection of historical Latin American newspapers. Once completed this collection will include 35 newspapers published in the 19th and early
20th century in Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Cuba, Guatemala, Mexico, Peru and Venezuela.