The more than 1,000 periodicals in these three former microfilm collections provide the materials necessary to study trends in the United States from 1741 to 1940.
Covering more than 150 years of American magazine journalism, American Periodicals is conveniently divided into three segments. Each covers a definite developmental phase in the history of the United Staes, spanning approximately 150 years.
Series I: 1741-1800--Beginnings (APS I)
Series II: 1800-1850--Growth & Change (APS II)
Series III: 1850-1900--Crisis & Reconstruction (APS III)
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