This guide describes sources of recent (about the past three decades) and historical African American newspapers available in print and microformat and in digital form via Emory's Woodruff Library and/or the Internet.
The guide also includes sources of information useful for identifying, finding, and searching newspapers, such as: availability of newspapers at other institutions; newspaper directories; and newspaper indexes.
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