In just under three minutes, learn how to use the most popular features of the America's Historical Newspapers interface. Copy, Cite, Print, Email, Save to Folder and Share are all available to use once you've selected your article or page.
In just two minutes, learn how to conduct an advanced search of the America's Historical Newspapers interface to refine, view, and apply results for academic research and assignments.
In just two minutes learn how to search the Readex America's Historical Newspapers interface to narrow results by language, location and publication or newspaper title.
In under two minutes, learn how to conduct a basic database search on the Readex America's Historical Newspapers interface. View, refine, and retrieve results to inform your research and class assignments. America's Historical Newspapers includes Early American Newspapers from 1690 to 1922.
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Learn how to easily explore and use the features and tools of America's Historical Newspapers from Readex. This video will take you through Basic Search, Advanced Search, Search by Map, Title, Location, Browse by Publication, and much more. You'll also learn how to use the most popular interface features--all in under 9 minutes.