How do I access newspaper archives?
Guides to Online Free Newspapers
- Chronicling America: Historic Newspapers. ...
- Elephind.com: Search the World's Historical Newspaper Archive. ...
- Europeana: Newspapers. ...
- Google Newspaper Archive. ...
- ICON: International Coalition on Newspapers: International Collections. ...
- ICON: International Coalition on Newspapers: United States.
Can you view old newspapers online?
You can search through newspapers from all over the world with Google News Archive Search, but only for specific time periods. The Library of Congress and the National Endowment for the Humanities teamed up to create the site Chronicling America, which provides two free searchable databases of digitized newspapers.
Where can I look up old newspaper articles?
There are three major web searchable archives in the U.S.:
- Google's Historical Newspapers: news.google.com/newspapers.
- Newspapers.com (newspapers.com)
- Newsbank's Newspaper Archive (newspaperarchive.com)
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