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Tennessee Newspaper Articles

Sources for text-only copies of news articles.

Databases with Full Text Current Newspapers

  • LexisNexis: All News Search  
      
    Click "advanced options" to refine your search by date or source type.
  • Facts on File: World News Digest
    Compiles newspaper reporting from 1940 to the present.
  • InfoTrac Newsstand
    Full text articles from national, international, state and local newspapers, 1980 to present.
  • National Newspaper Index
    Provides indexing to five major national newspapers from 1996 to approximately two weeks before the present. Does not provide full-text.
  • Library PressDisplay  Icon
    Full digital replicas of over 2,000 newspapers and magazines from 100 countries in 56 languages (current editions and 60-day archives). Limited to 5 simultaneous users.

Historical Newspaper Databases

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