Answered By: Lynn VanLeer Last Updated: Jun 22, 2017 Views: 452
A number of the library databases contain newspapers from around the world. Some of these databases are:
Each of these database require different steps to find newspapers:
Academic Search Complete:
On the Advanced Search screen, select Newspapers from the Publication Type box.
On the main LexisNexis search screen, you will see three options at the bottom of the page. First click the down arrow on the Search the News box.
Then use the Search the News box that opens.
On the Advanced Search screen, select Newspapers from the Source Type box. You will need to use the scroll bar in the box to find Newspapers. It looks like this:
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