Historical Newspapers - Globe & Mail (1844-2020) (CONCAN)

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Vendor Contact
January 01, 2024
December 31, 2024
Fiona Mitchell
Senior Account Manager
Lead Consortium
Ontario Library Service

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ProQuest Historical Newspaper The Globe and Mail offers a wealth of historical resources through over 150 years of day-to-day history. The online database consists of the digitized full-image archive of The Globe and Mail newspaper dating back to when it was founded by George Brown in 1844 as The Globe. The content includes every news story, photograph, map, advertisement, classified advertisement, political cartoon, birth, marriage and death notices and letters to the editor from The Globe and Mail. Coverage of issues from early life in Canada West (formerly Upper Canada), Confederation, through the World Wars, major conflicts, first flight of man, and the sinking of great ships are all detailed and covered.

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Unlimited usage and remote access


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