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For the first time, researchers will have online access to the digital archive of the Austin American Statesman, as ProQuest adds the acclaimed daily to its Historical Newspapers collection.

As the leading newspaper in the state capital of Austin and central Texas, the historical Austin American Statesman provides researchers with a unique, regional perspective on the political, economic, cultural, and social landscape of Texas and the American Southwest from the late 19th through the 20th century.

"Newspapers provide researchers with a first-hand look into history," said Scott Shultz, publisher, ProQuest newspapers. "ProQuest’s development of a digital archive of the Austin American Statesman will make the history of this very important region much more accessible, powering superior research outcomes."

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02 Jun 2014

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