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Newspapers: Finding Current and Historical Newspapers: Home

Databases and online sources for finding both current and historical newspapers.

Identify a U.S. Newspaper from a Place and Time

The Library of Congress's web site, Chronicling America has a search engine that will identify what newspapers were available in a particular place and time for U.S. newspapers.  Search this database of historical U.S. newspapers to see what titles fit the time and place you want.

Looking for a Newspaper?

If you're looking for today's newspaper or one from several weeks ago, click on the Current Newspapers tab above.   You'll find both BGSU Library and Internet resources to help you find the current news.

If you're looking for something more historical, from the 18th century to the 20th century, click on one of these tabs:

  • Historical Newspaper Databases
  • Historical Worldwide Newspapers on the Internet
  • Historical U.S. Newspapers on the Internet
  • Worldwide Newspapers on Microform
  • U.S. Newspapers on Microform
  • Historical Newspapers in the BGSU Archives (mostly Ohio newspapers)
  • Historical Newspapers in the Popular Culture Library

If you need help, click on the AskUs! tab.  There are lots of ways to ask us for help!

Author of this LibGuide

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Maureen Barry
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