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Primary Sources: Historical U.S. Newspapers

Introduction - American Newspapers, 1800-1860 - LibGuides at University of  Illinois at Urbana-ChampaignA printer's shop, from a Flemish series illustrating new inventions, c. 1580-1605. British MuseumHistory of Newspapers In America

The Library of Congress's website, Chronicling America has a search engine that will identify United States newspapers that were available in a particular place and time. newspaper ads | The Print Observer – Newspaper & Magazine  Advertising Insights

A complete list of newspapers is available at Google News Archive. That list is arranged by title of the newspaper and provides access to a browsable list of all issues available.

In order to search the newspapers in Google News Archive, do a search in a Google search box that includes the term(s) for which you wish to search and include the phrase "" (without the quotation marks) in the search box. For example, to search for articles about Pearl Harbor, do the search: "pearl harbor"

The fight for the future of America's local newspapers | Financial TimesYour readers need to know they can count on you | by roydiehl | MediumVintage Photographs of People Reading Newspapers Before the Invention of  That Grossly Antisocial Device: The Smartphone ~ Vintage Everyday

Did Yellow Journalism Fuel the Outbreak of the Spanish-American War? -  HISTORYFile:Yellow Kid 1896-3-15.jpg - Wikimedia CommonsYellow Journalism and Fake News | Joseph Pulitzer: Voice of the People |  PBS LearningMedia

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