Back files of hundreds of newspapers are available in the Microforms & Government Information, 2nd floor Paterno.
The collection begins in the eighteenth century and includes many Pennsylvania publications.
Use to search for specific titles either alphabetically, by geography or by the time period published. This also includes microform collections in the University Libraries.
The University Libraries provide access to many newspaper titles in print, electronic, and microfilm formats. Use NewsFinder to locate newspapers in any format and location within the University Libraries collections.
12 year archive from pre-Revolutionary Boston.
3,280 pages of annotated newspapers, plus the appended documents and Dorr's own indexes to the four volumes he compiled." [UMI Research Collections - Massachusetts Historical Society Collections]
Full-text of African-American newspapers, periodicals, and books that would be otherwise very difficult to obtain in their original editions.
One of the most significant primary resources for the serious study of African-American history in all of its aspects, with source materials on slavery, slave trade, race, abolitionism, social life, customs, and literature.