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When you allowed them to publish your articles; whatever they may be, you signed a release form that should have read that you retain all copyrights to the article, but you have granted permission to them for use in their publication. You should still all creative copyrights to your original works; unless you sold your rights. And if you kept all of the paper work, then you even have verification that you are the copyright holder. If you no longer have that documentation, perhaps the publication could provide you with an archive copy of the original documentation. I hope this has provided some clarification, have a blessed day.
*hint: Always read the contract before you sign it.