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An introduction to finding newspaper content for research.
Last Updated: Jan 10, 2014 URL: http://guides.lib.montana.edu/news Print Guide RSS Updates

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Why use newspapers for research?

         Newspapers provide:

         * news of the day.

         * information about local events.

         * first-hand accounts of events.

         * coverage of state and local governments.

         * obituaries and other information about local

            residents.

         * editorials relating to state and local events.

         * archives of past newpapers.

     

 

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