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How do I find newspapers? Topic Guide

About This Guide

This guide describes sources of current, recent (ca. the past three decades), and historical newspapers available in print, microform or online format via the Emory University Libraries and/or the Internet.

The guide also includes sources of information useful for identifying, finding, and searching newspapers, such as: availability of newspapers at other institutions; newspaper directories; and newspaper indexes.


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—From a Sketch by our Special Artist. Courtesy of The Civil War in America from the Illustrated London News

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