Answered By: Library Services Desk Last Updated: Apr 03, 2017 Views: 15
Here's the UMD Libraries' Pittsburgh newspapers by call number, with title(s) and date ranges.
The Pittsburgh gazette. (1786-1790)
The Pittsburgh courier. (1923-1950)
New Pittsburgh courier. (1966-1976)
AN3.A1 U53 (Underground Press Collection):
Pittsburgh peace and freedom. (1967-1969)
The Pittsburgh point. (1969)
The Thrust (1969)
The easiest way to search for these is to start at the University Libraries' homepage and type 'su:Pittsburgh (Pa.) Newspapers' or 'su:Underground press Pennsylvania Pittsburgh' into the "Get Started" search box in the middle of the page. To narrow your search results to just the University of Maryland Libraries, check the box next to "University of Maryland, College Park" under Library at the top in the column to the left.
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