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독립신문, 협성회회보, 매일신문, 황성신문, 대한매일신보, 매일신보

o Naver News Library 네이버 뉴스 라이브러리: 동아일보, 경향신문, 매일경제, 1920-1999
Han’gyŏre 한겨레: 1988-1999
0 Index of Kûrisûdoin hoebo (1897-1900, 1911-1914) 죠션/대한크리스도인회보
한국 기독교와 역사 5 (Sept 1996): 241-373(133 pages)
o 경성신보 [Seoul Daily] 1905-1945 Kyôngsông Sinbo (京城新報) another site
o 기독신보 [Christian News], “교회 통신” [Church Correspondence], 1915-1922
0 朝日新聞(Ashahi Simbun) 縮刷版, 1879~1989

1867
Affairs in Korea,” Sydney Morning Herald, 4 March 1867, page 3.

1874-81
1883
The Embassy from Corea,” NYT. September 18, 1883
Shichiichi zappō 七一雜報.
 
1884

THE GOSPEL IN KOREA,” Christian Advocate (Chicago: Nov 6, 1884): 721.

 “THE CAPITAL OF KOREA,” Christian Advocate (Chicago: Dec 11, 1884): 806.

1885
Hostilities in China,” Sydney Morning Herald, 12 January, 1885, page 5.
The Trouble in Korea,” Brisbane Courier, 27 January 1885, page 3.

COREAN CUSTOMS.” Christian Advocate (Chicago: Aug. 27, 1885): 553.

 

1886

Driving off Lingering Demons.” Christian Advocate (Chicago: April 1, 1886): 208.

1887

Appenzeller, H G. “To Ping An Do and Back Again.” Christian Advocate (Chicago: July 21, 1887): 469.

1894
Trouble was bound to Come,” NYT. Aug. 1, 1894.
Japan’s Treaty with Corea,” NYT. September 12, 1894.
1896
o Independent (Seoul : English Edition) April 7, 9, 11, 14, 16, 18, 21, 23, 25, 28, 30
1897
1898
The Independent (Seoul), Jan. – June 1898.
The Independent (Seoul), June- Dec. 1898.
1900
Conference for Missions,” NYT. April 21, 1900.
Uplifts Women in Korea: William M. Baird,” New York Times, April 23, 1900.
Mission Field Survey” Korea and Japan-Vinton, Reid, Avison, Harrison” NYT, April 24, 1900.
1904
U.S. Minister to Korea; Dr. H. N. Allen,” New York Times, Feb. 14, 1904.
1907
1910
Bishop Harris of Korea Here,” NYT. August 1, 1910.
1912
Japanese Torture Korean Christians,” NYT, June 6, 1912.

 

1919

Syngman Rhee, “CHRISTIAN REGIME WANTED BY KOREA: One of the Revolutionary Leaders Says It Is Planned to Make Korea a Christian Land–Japan Admits Korean Grievances.” Atlanta Constitution (Atlanta: April 1919): 12.

Uncensored Account of Korean’s Revolt,” NYT, April 23, 1919.
Horrors in Korea Charged to Japan,” NYT, Jul 13, 1919.

 

1937
Rev. James S. Gale, Orientalist, Dies,” NYT, Feb. 3, 1937

 

1942

American Defied Torture In Korea; Koons, A Missionary, Suffered ‘Water Cure,’ Then Risked Another Attack,” NYT, July 26, 1942.

1949

Missionary’s Wife Slain in Korea,” New York Times, March 18, 1949