Databases (157 results)
California Newspaper Project [via UC Riverside]
The California Newspaper Project (CNP) identifies, describes and preserves California Newspapers. It provides a searchable online catalog of newspapers held throughout the state. CNP is a participant in the United States Newspaper Program and receives funding from The National Endowment for the Humanities and the California State Library.
California Newspapers [via NewsBank Access World News]
Search California Newspapers in NewsBank’s “America’s Newspapers” database. Search more than 100 California titles, or search a smaller set of Northern California papers under “Local Papers.” Among the California newspapers included are: Davis Enterprise (1997-), Fresno Bee (1986-current), Modesto Bee (1989-current), Orange County Register (1987- current), Sacramento Bee (1984-current), San Francisco Chronicle (1985-current), San Jose Mercury News (1985-current) and San Diego Union-Tribune (2000-current).
California Open Data
California Revealed [via California State Library]
The Roster of Public Officials, is a listing of California’s public officeholders, including our United States government officials, the Constitutional officers, members of the State Senate and Assembly, the Judicial branch, county officials, and Incorporated city and town officials.
California State Data Center
The State Census Data Center (SCDC) serves as the central point for the dissemination of census data in California. The SCDC program was instituted by the U.S. Census Bureau to increase and improve public access to census data products.
California State Geoportal
California State Library Main Catalog
All California publications received in print or online are cataloged by the State Library and included in the CSL Main Catalog.