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i have to make a newspaper around the year 1830. Where can I go to find accurate free info about "NEWS" in that time period?

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  1. A history book would be a great start. Your public librarian probably can give you leads to large libraries in your area.

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  2. US History 1830
    http://www.trivia-library.com/a/united-states-and-american-history-1830.htm

    World History 1830

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