Vermont Republican. (Windsor %5BVt.%5D) 1809-1818

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    Vermont Republican. (Windsor %5BVt.%5D) 1809-1818

    Location(s): American Antiquarian Society, Boston Public Library, Chicago Historical Society Library, Cornell University, Library of Congress, New York Historical Society, New York Public Library Residential Library, New York State Library, Peabody Essex Museum, Princeton University, Rutgers University, Suny at Stony Brook, University of Rochester, University of Vermont, Vermont Department of Library, Vermont Historical Society, Vermont Newspaper Holdings Repositories, Yale University Library

    The above information comes from the U.S. Newspaper Directory on the Chronicling America website from the Library of Congress, which lists the archives and libraries where microfilm and paper copies of newspapers can be located.

How to Find a Newspaper Copy

Method 1

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Method 2

    Contact the local library in the area where the newspaper was written and ask them to assist you.

    Local libraries often have old copies of the local newspapers and can search them to help you find an obituary or other mention in the newspaper if you have a specific date identified for free or for a small fee.

Method 3

    Hire a professional genealogist to assist you. Lists of genealogists are available through the Association of Professional Genealogists, the Board for Certification of Genealogists, and ICAPGen.