Oxford researchers now have access to C19: The Nineteenth Century Index.
This database is a bibliographic resource for 19th century research, comprising tens of millions of records and providing integrated access to finding aids for books, periodicals, official publications, newspapers, archives, and reference material.
Where do the citations in C19 come from?
The 25 million+ records in C19 Index to date are from the following sources:
- American Periodicals
- The “Bookman” Directory of Booksellers, Publishers and Authors
- British Periodicals
- Cotgreave’s Index
- Cumulative Index to Niles’ Register 1811–1849
- Dictionary of Nineteenth Century Journalism
- House of Commons Parliamentary Papers
- An Index to Legal Periodical Literature
- The Nineteenth Century
- Nineteenth-Century Short Title Catalogue
- Palmer’s Index to The Times
- Periodicals Index Online
- Poole’s Index to Periodical Literature
- Proceedings of the Old Bailey
- Stead’s Index to Periodical Literature
- The U.S. Serial Set
- The Wellesley Index to Victorian Periodicals, 1824-1900 (previously held as a separate database)
Users can query its component indexes simultaneously or can conduct more detailed research using search pages for specific indexes or content types.
How do I find the full-text?
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