Answered By: APUS Librarians
Last Updated: Jun 06, 2023     Views: 3868

Primo searches many newspapers at once, making it a good place to start.  To find newspaper articles on specific topic, follow these steps:

1.From the library home page, click on Advanced Search.




2.Click the "newspapers" link at the top of your Primo screen.  Then, type your keywords in the search box and click the search icon.




Your results will come from a variety of different newspapers.  If you have a particular newspaper title in mind, click here to learn how to find it.


  • If you need historical newspapers, the U.S. Library of Congress' Chronicling America site is a good place to start.  Archives are another good place to look for historical newspapers.
  • If you are looking for recent issues of a specific newspaper (e.g. New York Times, Washington Post, etc.), click this link for instructions.  This is useful when you just want to browse a paper, or you have a particular article that you need to track down.

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