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Newspapers.com Library Edition includes more than 85 million digitized pages, dating from the early 1700s to the early 2000s, of U.S. local, regional, and international newspapers. Newspapers.com Library Edition is available to libraries exclusively through ProQuest. 

How will your community benefit from access to Newspapers.com?

  1. Covers a variety of interests, including pop culture, societal attitudes, and family history
  2. View available newspapers on a modern map
  3. Narrow search results by using the title counts by location
  4. Search by keyword, location, time period, and title
  5. Clip, save, and share images via social media sites such as Facebook, Pinterest, and Twitter
  6. Hundreds of unique newspaper titles, including the Brooklyn Evening Star

Read the full press release to learn more about Newspapers.com and how to sign up for a free trial.

10 Sep 2015

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