Hi everyone I'm in the process of going over all my sources for a book I'm writing on my dad's side the family. I manage to get a copy of Evidence Explained from my library and its been endlessly helpful but its also hard to find the exact answer to something I'm just now learning to how properly formate things. I used A LOT of articles from newspapers.com. I've been trying to work out how I could cite both the website version and the print version at the same time so others would know how to look for the hardcopy if need to. Most of the time the page numbers are different online versus the print so I would like to point that out. This may seem overly simply to me but I would like to know if this is the best approach. This is example of one my citations:
"Dorchester District," The Boston Daily Globe, 12 Apr 1894, p. 10 of 10. digital images, Newspapers.com (http://www.newspapers.com : accessed 01 Oct 2020); original print "Dorchester District," The Boston Daily Globe, (12 Apr 1894), p. 10
Also I've read that your suppose to include what paragraph/column on the newspaper page your using in the citation is this correct? Thanks for the advice.