The Irish Times Newspaper: Daily edition of the newspaper. Access via 'Publications' in Proquest Central.
The Irish Times Digital Archive (1859 to 2011); Includes The Weekly Irish Times, 1876-1958.
Irish Newspaper Archives: It is the world's largest online database of Irish newspapers from which it is possible to search, retrieve and view Ireland's past in the exact format it was published. It contains Irish national, regional and historical newspaper pages including:
Nexis UK: Nexis UK brings together thousands of authoritative financial news, business news, legal, regulatory. company and industry research sources to provide business intelligence. Choose from 14 different language options.
Proquest Databases: International newspaper content from 1450+ titles. Search 'Historical Newspapers' or 'Newspapers' via Source Type in Advanced Search.
See here for the full list of newspaper databases available at UCC.
Searching Irish AND Montana AND emigration gives 544 results.
These results can be refined with additional search terms, by date range or by newspaper title. In addition the search results analytics shows a bar chart giving results by years. Clicking on any bar gives a second bar chart with the years broken up further.
The bar chart for 1905 – 1914: 49 results
Search these full-text databases for historical news:
ICON: Newspaper Digitization Project
Provides a freely accessible database of information for over 25,000 U.S. and international newspapers.
U.S. Historical Newspapers
This guide from Bowling Green State University provides links by state.
Chronicling America, 1880-1910
Search and view newspaper pages from 1836 -1922 and find information about American newspapers published between 1690-present.
Historical Newspapers Online
This site, compiled by the University of Pennsylvannia libraries, is a comprehensive guide listing historical newspapers by state. These historical U.S. newspapers are available online at no cost.
Historical Oregon Newspapers Online
This site provides access to early Oregon newspapers. The digital newspaper content has been placed online for free public access and keyword searching. The Oregon Digital Newspaper Program (ODNP) at the University of Oregon completed the preparation and digitization of the newspapers.