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Burlington Free Press
The Burlington Free Press began as a weekly publication in 1827. In 1848, it became a daily newspaper—except for Sundays, which were added in 1965.
Chronicling America has digitized issues of the Burlington Weekly Free Press and the Burlington Free Press. They are accessible at in two time periods:
Use the dropdown menu on the left to select the year, then click on the date to view.
For articles published after the Chronicling America coverage, search Newspapers.com for citations. (Charges apply for access to full text) Contact the Reference Desk at 802.865.7217 for assistance in accessing articles in the Library.