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Description from publisher:
National Newspaper Index provides quick access to the indexing of America's top five newspapers in one seamless search:
  • The New York Times
  • The Wall Street Journal
  • The Christian Science Monitor
  • Los Angeles Times
  • The Washington Post
Please note: National Newspaper Index only contains citations.

Articles from The New York Times are available as full text in the Academic OneFile database.

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Access Options:


This database can be accessed from any of Thrall Library's public Internet or research computers.

Concerning access outside the library:

Members of Middletown Thrall Library may log in to this service using their library barcode.

This database is licensed through New York State's NOVEL service program and is available to all NYS residents through the NYS NOVEL website.

Tips & Special Features:


This database contains millions of articles. Be sure to make full use of the search options link (under the search term input box) to help specify exactly what you are looking for, what date or range of dates, and in what publication (if you are searching for an article a specific newspaper).

An "Advanced Search" link at the top of the page lets you search multiple fields (Author, Document Title, Publication Date, among others) simultaneously.
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Technical Considerations:
Before printing, be sure to click the Printer icon located at the top of any article page. This will reformat the page in a "printer friendly" format, enabling you to print more on fewer pages.

Printing at the library costs $ .20 per page. Please inquire at the Reference Department if you are not sure how to print.

This database also allows you to e-mail articles you find to your own e-mail account. To do so, look for the e-mail icon at the top of a newspaper article page, click the icon, and carefully enter your e-mail address on the next web page that appears.

There is no cost for e-mailing articles, and you may e-mail as many articles to yourself as you like!

Some documents are available in the PDF format. These documents can be viewed at home if your computer has the free Adobe Reader software installed.


If you would like some assistance in using this database or finding any information, please speak with one of our librarians at the Reference Department or contact us:

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