Explore the history of the United States from inception to world power

ProQuest’s U.S. History collections feature rare, fragile and hard-to-find primary sources covering topics such as government and politics, colonization, slavery, military and war, industry and labor, social movements, arts and literature, diplomacy and international relations and more. Materials span video, audio, newspapers, documents, ebooks, magazines, correspondence and beyond, and exclusive resources like the Black Freedom Struggle in the United States website ensure that historically marginalized voices are uncovered.

U.S. History Collections

American Periodicals Series

American Periodicals Series

Databases, Interdisciplinary, History & Social Change, U.S. History, Academic
Black Abolitionist Papers, 1830-1865

Black Abolitionist Papers, 1830-1865

Databases, History & Social Change, Black History, U.S. History
Black Freedom Struggle in the United States

Black Freedom Struggle in the United States

History & Social Change, Black History, U.S. History, Cultural History
Colonial State Papers

Colonial State Papers

Databases, History & Social Change, U.K. History, U.S. History
Digital National Security Archive

Digital National Security Archive

Databases, History & Social Change, Social Sciences, Military & Diplomatic History, U.S. History, Political Science, Global Studies
Digital Sanborn Maps, 1867-1970

Digital Sanborn Maps, 1867-1970

Databases, History & Social Change, Genealogy, U.S. History
Diversity Collection

Diversity Collection

Databases, Social Sciences, Gender Studies, Interdisciplinary, History & Social Change, Cultural History, Indigenous Peoples, U.S. History, Sociology
Ethnic NewsWatch: A History

Ethnic NewsWatch: A History

Databases, Social Sciences, Religion & Philosophy, Interdisciplinary, History & Social Change, U.S. History, Indigenous Peoples, Black History