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Various articles extracted from the Fort Worth Gazette.For articles with three or more authors, you may either include each author in the citation or only include the first author, followed by the abbreviation “et al.” Smith, John, Jane Doe, and Bob Anderson. If the publication city is not present in the newspaper name, place the city, without italics, in square brackets after the newspaper name (unless the newspaper is a well-known national newspaper). The complete date of the newspaper article should be written in the international format (e.g. With the exception of May, June, and July, month names should be abbreviated (four letters for September, three letters for all other months) and followed with a period. “Steelers win Super Bowl XLIII.” Pittsburgh Post-Gazette 2 Feb. The website name should be italicized and placed before the medium, along with a period. “Steelers win Super Bowl XLIII.” Pittsburgh Post-Gazette 2 Feb. Smith, John.”Steelers win Super Bowl XLIII.” Star-Ledger [Newark] 2 Feb. Include the page numbers on which the article appears, along with a period. If no page numbers are available, include the abbreviation “n. The accessed date should follow the medium and be formatted using the international format of “day month year.” A period should follow the accessed date. Our massive collection of more than 130 million newspaper pages will allow you to watch history unfold in front of you.Our intuitive search will help you explore more than 5 thousand newspaper titles by keywords, date and ancestors' names. newspaper collection tops 6 million issues of national history covering all 50 states. Newspaper collection of over 5,000 titles and 130 million pages and find new information about your family.