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ENGL 660: Racial Ecologies - Wald

Newspaper Resources

Newspapers are great sources of primary information. They often contain the first published accounts of an event and provide windows into communities, contemporary social ideas, and local views on current events. The UO Libraries have a large collection of newspapers published in Oregon and electronic access to newspapers published in the United States and around the world.

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Online Newspaper Archives

Search Tip: If you are looking for articles that mention Mount Hood National Forest in older newspapers, you may also want to search on "Oregon National Forest" and "Bull Run Reserve,"  previous names for part or all of Mount Hood National Forest.

Related Guides

Finding Newspaper Resources: Oregon Describes how to access and search current and archival online Oregon newspapers, as well as the University of Oregon's extensive microfilm collection of old Oregon newspapers.

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