Where can I find newspaper articles online?
If You Need To Find Articles
- Search the library catalog for the newspaper title.
- Look for a record that says Online.
- Click into the record and look at the dates in the “View It” section to see whether the time frame you need is available for searching.
- Click on the link for the correct time frame.
How can I find old newspapers online?
Read Old Newspapers and Magazines Online
- Google News – Google News indexes thousands of newspaper websites from around the world and organizes news in clusters for easy reading.
- Google Books – If you’re looking for an older issue of a magazine, Google Books might be the best place to find it.
Where can I find old newspaper articles for free?
Guides to Online Free Newspapers
- Chronicling America: Historic Newspapers.
- Elephind.com: Search the World’s Historical Newspaper Archive.
- Europeana: Newspapers.
- Google Newspaper Archive.
- ICON: International Coalition on Newspapers: International Collections.
- ICON: International Coalition on Newspapers: United States.
How can you tell if an online article was printed?
Look for the following to help determine if your source has a print equivalent:
- Volume and/or issue number.
- Page numbers.
- Publication date.
- Author information.
How do I find old articles on Google?
Use the Google News archive for an easy, searchable experience. This search engine allows you to enter the subject you want to research to find old newspaper articles about that subject. To explore the archive search engine, open your web browser and go to news. google.com/archivesearch.
How can I read newspapers online for free?
In this example, Newspapers.com offers a seven-day free trial. Websites that contain searchable newspaper archives include:
- Newspaper Archive.