Electronic Replica Newspaper Archives Archives Use past issues of The Denver Post and Rocky Mountain News for student research. Rocky Mountain News archives April, 2004 through March, 2009 The Denver Post archives April, 2004 through the present
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Click on the link to the Denver Post or Rocky Mountain News Archive.
There is also a link to a 2-page tip sheet on using the archive.
Search the entire archive or specify a date range
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Here are search results for “hurricane.”
Click on the headline or on the article link to open the article in a separate window.
Click on the Page link to read the article in the original newspaper page.
The article is highlighted on the page. Seeing other news articles provides context for events.
Teaching with Colorado’s Historic Newspaper Collection
Go to eEdition Lessons. In the menu, click on Colorado’s Historic Newspaper Collection and eEdition Lessons for a collection of lessons using both the eEdition and Colorado’s Historic Newspaper collection.