Our digitized newspapers can be used to research many important topics in history! These sample subject guides provide suggested search terms, sample results, timelines, and bibliographies to help you get started on a research project rooted in historic state newspapers. If you don’t see the guide that you want, consider volunteering to create one!
- African Americans and Civil Rights in Progressive Era Connecticut, 1909-1922
- American Committee for Armenian and Syrian Relief in World War I-Era Connecticut
- The American Labor Party Movement in Connecticut, 1918-1921
- Connecticut Women and World War I
- Free Speech & Seditious Speech in World War I Era Connecticut
- How Connecticut Experienced the Sinking of the Lusitania
- Hungarian Immigrant Lives in Connecticut, 1909-1922
- The Mental Hygiene Movement in Connecticut
- Play, Recreation, and Childhood in Progressive Era Connecticut
- Polish Immigrant Lives in Connecticut, 1909-1922
- Library War Service, 1917-1920
- Industrial Education, North and South: The Connecticut Connection
- The 1918-1919 Influenza Epidemic in Connecticut
Additional guides may be found on the Chronicling America website.