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Historical Newspapers from 19th century Peru

These historical newspapers are housed in various locations throughout the Library. Please consult title for location.

  • Arequipa
  • Ayacucho
  • Callao
  • Cuzco
  • Jauja
  • Lima
  • Piura
  • Puno
  • Santiago de Chuco
  • Tacna
  • Trujillo

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    Arequipa

    Ayacucho

    • El Ayacuchano

      (1835) Contains mainly decrees and a few commentaries supporting government actions, such as allowing importation of slaves, passing agricultural laws and making provisions to defend the country.

    • El Democrata
    • La Oliva de Ayacucho

    Callao

    Cuzco

    Jauja

    Lima

    Piura

    • El Botafuego

      (1827-1830) With news from across the Americas, this occasional publication chronicles the decline of Peruvian support for Bolivar.

    • La Illapa

    Puno

    Santiago de Chuco

    • El Centinela en Campana

      (1824) This is an early example of revolutionary media, created by its editor’s own admission, for the sole purpose of raising support for independence. Press appeared to move with the revolutionary forces, as the name would indicate.

    Tacna

    Trujillo

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