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Alabama Newspapers

Alaska Newspapers

Arizona Newspapers

  • Chronicling America (1868 - 1922)
    Searchable collection of roughly 50 regional Arizona newspapers.
  • Arizona Digital Newspaper Program (1850s-1920s)
    Supplements Chronicling America by providing access to dates not yet available there.
  • Historic Mexican and Mexican American Press (19th-20th century)
    Range of short runs of Mexican American newspapers and magazines, the majority of which were published in Tucson.
  • Arizona Journal-Miner (1903- 1912)
    Predecessor of the Prescott Journal Miner.
  • Casa Grande Newspaper Project (1912-2007)
    Access to digitized newspapers from Casa Grande city, which is located between Phoenix and Tucson. Originally a primarily rural and agricultural town, it is now a growing suburb.
  • The Evening Courier (1963)
    Published in Prescott.
  • Gila News-Courier (1942- 1945)
    This links to the search interface for the Densho Digital Archive of the Japanese-American experience. The Gila News-Courier was published by the inmates at the Gila River concentration camp, Arizona, from 1942 to 1945. For a non-searchable list of PDF's, click here: http://archive.densho.org/Core/DAObjectsByCollection.aspx?id=130
    The Densho Digital Archive holds more than 700 visual histories (more than 1,400 hours of recorded video interviews) and over 12,000 historic photos, documents, and newspapers. These primary sources document the Japanese American experience from immigration in the early 1900s through redress in the 1980s with a strong focus on the World War II mass incarceration.
  • Glendale Community College Archives (1965-1991)
    Student newspaper of Glendale Community College just outside Phoenix; originally called El Tiempo Pasando, and then renamed The College Voice. Each volume available as a PDF; download process is slow.
  • Kingman Daily Miner (1883 - )
    Only sporadic issues for the decades prior to the 1970s.
  • Little Cowpuncher (1934-1943)
    "Little Cowpuncher was the name of a mimeographed school newspaper, written and illustrated by Anglo and Mexican-American ranch children ... at five different rural schools in Southern Arizona where Eulalia Bourne was the teacher."
  • Poston Chronicle (1942- 1945)
    This links to the search interface for the Densho Digital Archive of the Japanese-American experience. The Poston Chronicle was published by the inmates at the Poston concentration camp, Arizona, from 1942 to 1945. For a non-searchable list of PDF's, click here: http://archive.densho.org/Core/DAObjectsByCollection.aspx?id=134
    The Densho Digital Archive holds more than 700 visual histories (more than 1,400 hours of recorded video interviews) and over 12,000 historic photos, documents, and newspapers. These primary sources document the Japanese American experience from immigration in the early 1900s through redress in the 1980s with a strong focus on the World War II mass incarceration.
  • Prescott Journal Miner (1912-1920)
    Prescott is a town in the mountains about 90 miles north of Phoenix.
  • Prescott Evening Courier (1900-1908, 1920-1989)
    Bulk 1900-1908 and 1920-1970. Prescott is a town in the mountains about 90 miles north of Phoenix.
  • Arizona Miner (1866-1871)
    Published in Prescott
  • Weekly Arizona Miner (1872-1882)
    Published in Prescott.
  • Weekly Arizona Journal Miner (1890-1892)
    Published in Prescott.

Arkansas Newspapers

  • Arkansas Gazette (1819-1850)
    One of the oldest newspapers west of the Mississippi River.
  • Denson Tribune (1942- 1944)
    This links to the search interface for the Densho Digital Archive of the Japanese-American experience. The Denson Tribune was published by the inmates at the Jerome concentration camp, Arkansas from 1942 to 1944. For a non-searchable list of PDF's, click here: http://archive.densho.org/Core/DAObjectsByCollection.aspx?id=133
    You'll see a log-in box, but you can just click on "Click to use Guest account."
    The Densho Digital Archive holds more than 700 visual histories (more than 1,400 hours of recorded video interviews) and over 12,000 historic photos, documents, and newspapers. These primary sources document the Japanese American experience from immigration in the early 1900s through redress in the 1980s with a strong focus on the World War II mass incarceration.
  • DeWitt Era- Enterprise (1942-1943, 1955-1956, 1972, 1982, 2001, 2006-2009)
    DeWitt is located about 80 miles southwest of Little Rock.
  • Gentry Courier Journal (1896-1949)
    Gentry is located in northwestern Arkansas, about 10 miles from the Oklahoma border.
  • Rohwer Outpost (1942- 1945)
    This links to the search interface for the Densho Digital Archive of the Japanese-American experience. The Rohwer Outpost was published by the inmates at the Rohwer concentration camp, Arkansas, from 1942 to 1945. For a non-searchable list of PDF's, click here: http://archive.densho.org/Core/DAObjectsByCollection.aspx?id=132
    The Densho Digital Archive holds more than 700 visual histories (more than 1,400 hours of recorded video interviews) and over 12,000 historic photos, documents, and newspapers. These primary sources document the Japanese American experience from immigration in the early 1900s through redress in the 1980s with a strong focus on the World War II mass incarceration.

California Newspapers

Colorado Newspapers

  • Chronicling America
  • Colorado Historic Newspapers Collection (1859-1923)
    The Colorado Historic Newspapers Collection (CHNC) currently includes more than 500,000 digitized pages, representing over 140 individual newspaper titles published in 60 Colorado cities and 40 counties.
  • Colorado Springs Student Newspapers (1899-2003)
  • The Cripple Creek Mail (1895- 1898)
    Cripple Creek is located southwest of Colorado Springs. Weekly paper.
  • The Eaton Herald (1906- 1908)/ The North Weld Herald (1994- 1995)
    Papers published in Eaton, CO, located about 70 miles north of Denver. Incomplete run of both papers; the Eaton Herald was published from 1894- 1979, when it was succeeded by the North Weld Herald, which is still in print.
  • Granada Pioneer (1942- 1945)
    This links to the search interface for the Densho Digital Archive of the Japanese-American experience. The Granada Pioneer was published by the inmates at the Granada concentration camp, Colorado, from 1942 to 1945. For a non-searchable list of PDF's, click here: http://archive.densho.org/Core/DAObjectsByCollection.aspx?id=136
    The Densho Digital Archive holds more than 700 visual histories (more than 1,400 hours of recorded video interviews) and over 12,000 historic photos, documents, and newspapers. These primary sources document the Japanese American experience from immigration in the early 1900s through redress in the 1980s with a strong focus on the World War II mass incarceration.
  • The Grand Junction News (1882- 1905)
    Grand Junction is located in western Colorado. Weekly paper; most, but not all issues included.
  • The Indicator (1921- 1925)
    Published in Pueblo, located about 45 miles south of Colorado Springs. Weekly paper. Incomplete run; scattered issues.
  • The Individual (1896- 1898)
    Published in Pueblo, located about 45 miles south of Colorado Springs. Weekly paper.
  • The Pueblo Leader (1911- 1913)
    Published in Pueblo, located about 45 miles south of Colorado Springs. Daily paper, incomplete run.

Connecticut Newspapers

Florida Newspapers

Georgia Newspapers

  • Chronicling America
    Chattanooga Rebel, 1862-1865 and Memphis Daily Appeal, 1857-1876
  • Andrew W. Cain Newpaper Collection-- Dahlonega, GA (1864- 1905)
    Various newspapers from Dahlonega, in northern Georgia. Not searchable, incomplete runs.
  • Athens Historic Newspapers Archive (1827-1922 )
    Includes the Athenian, 1827-1832; Southern Banner, 1832-1882; Southern Watchman, 1855-1882; Daily/Weekly Banner-Watchman, 1882-1889; Daily/Weekly Athens Banner, 1889-1922.
  • The Atlanta Historic Newspaper Archive (1847-1922)
    Includes the Atlanta Daily Examiner, 1857; Atlanta Daily Herald, 1873-1876; Atlanta Georgian, 1906-1911; Atlanta Intelligencer, 1851 and 1854-1871; Atlantian, 1911-1922; Daily/Georgia Weekly Opinion, 1867-1868; Gate-City Guardian, 1861; Georgia Literary and Temperance Crusader, 1860-1861; New Era, 1869-1872; Southern Confederacy, 1861-1864; Southern Miscellany and Upper Georgia Whig, 1847; Southern World, 1882-1885; Sunny South, 1875-1907; and Weekly Constitution, 1869-1882.
  • The Atlanta Independent (1904-1928)
    Missing 1919 and 1920.
  • The Cherokee Phoenix (1828-1834)
    The first American Indian newspaper.
  • The Colored Tribune (1876)
    An African American newspaper based in Savannah. Coverage consists of only three issues from March and April, 1876.
  • Columbus Enquirer (1828-1890)
    A weekly newspaper until 1859, when it became daily. "During its earliest issues, the paper supported the ideological cause of state's rights, demonstrated by the quote used in its title banner: 'The Union of the States, and the Sovereignty of the States'...the Enquirer supported Whig politicians for office, including Henry Clay and Zachary Taylor. The paper began publishing on a daily basis in 1859. Two years later, the Enquirer was faced with the possibility of Southern secession, and broke with many other prominent newspapers of the time in calling for cooperation with the North, but quickly aligned itself with Georgia once secession became official."
  • The Countryman (1862-1866)
    A Civil War-era paper "published in the Country, on a Southern Plantation, and Devoted to the Editor's Opinions."
  • The Dublin Post (1878-1887)
    Dublin is in central Georgia, roughly halfway between Atlanta and Savannah.
  • Georgia State University Students Newspapers (1926-)
    Includes: The Technite (1926-1932), The Evening Signal (1933-1943), The Junior Collegiate (1935-1943), and The Signal (1943-).
  • Great Speckled Bird (1968-1978)
    The Great Speckled Bird was one of several underground newspapers that appeared in the United States in the 1960s. Published in Atlanta from 1968 to 1976, The Bird, as it was commonly known, stood out among the alternative press for the quality of its writing, its cover art and its fearless opinions and reporting on a range of topics--national and local politics, the counterculture, women's issues, gay liberation, reproductive choice, music, art.
  • International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers Archives (1889- 1994)
    "Georgia State University Library Southern Labor Archives is the only known repository outside of International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers Headquarters to have a complete run of the Machinists' Monthly Journal, the IAMAW's official journal published from 1889 to 1956, and The Machinist, a newspaper published from 1946 to 1994. Containing images and stories of American and Canadian workers, these publications document activities of the union and its local lodges for over a century. Ultimately, these journals provide a unique snapshot of the union and its members' changing roles in the workplace and society."
  • Macon Telegraph (1826-1908)
    Macon, located in central Georgia, is the seventh most populous city in the state and has long been one of the largest outside of Atlanta.
  • Mercer Cluster (1920- 1970)
    School newspaper of Mercer University in Macon, GA.
  • Milledgeville Historic Newspapers (1808-1922)
    Milledgeville, was the antebellum capital of Georgia from 1804 until the late 1860s. Titles include: Federal Union, 1830-1872; Future Citizen, 1914-1916; Georgia Argus, 1810-1815; Georgia Journal, 1809-1845; Milledgeville Intelligencer, 1808; Milledgeville News, 1909-1922; Reflector, 1817-1819; Southern Recorder, 1820-1872; Southron, 1828; Standard of Union, 1836-1841; Union Recorder, 1872-1920.
  • The Red and Black: An Archive of the University of Georgia Student Newspaper (1893-2006)
    Searchable issues of the student newspaper of the University of Georgia, located in Athens.
  • Rome News-Tribune (1951-2008)
    Daily newspaper from Georgia’s 19th-largest city.
  • South Georgia Historic Newspapers (1845-1922)
    Includes newspapers from Albany, Americus, Thomasville, and Valdosta.
  • Southern Israelite (1929-1986)
    "Rabbi H. Cerf Straus established the Southern Israelite as a temple bulletin in Augusta in 1925. The publication was so popular, he expanded it into a monthly newspaper. Later in the decade, Straus sold the paper to Herman Dessauer and Sara B. Simmons, who moved the paper to Atlanta, where it began circulating state-wide and eventually throughout the South."
  • Tiger's Roar (1949-1970)
    Student newspaper of the historically black Georgia State College--now Savannah State University.
  • The University Bumblebee (1889, 1893, 1894, 1897, and 1902)
    Satirical newspaper from graduating students of the University of Georgia from the late nineteenth century to the early twentieth.

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Hawaii Newspapers

Idaho Newspapers

Illinois Newspapers

Indiana Newspapers

Iowa Newspapers

Kansas Newspapers

Kentucky Newspapers

Louisiana Newspapers

Maine Newspapers

Maryland Newspapers

Massachusetts Newspapers

Michigan Newspapers

Minnesota Newspapers

Mississippi Newspapers

Missouri Newspapers

Montana Newspapers

Nebraska Newspapers

Nevada Newspapers

New Hampshire Newspapers

New Jersey Newspapers

  • Atlantic County Digitized Newspapers (1860-1923)
    Newspapers from Atlantic City and the surrounding area. Includes: Atlantic Journal (1860); Hammonton Farmer (1863; 1866); South Jersey Republican (1863-1923); Atlantic Democrat and Cape May County Register (1864-1865); Atlantic Democrat and Cumberland County Patriot (1866); Atlantic Democrat (1866; 1867-1868); Hammonton Item (1872-1877); Mays Landing Record (1877-1906); Atlantic County Record (1908-1917); and South Jersey Star (1917-1923).
  • The Bayshore Independent (1972- 2000)
    Bi-weekly paper published in Matawan, located just south of Staten Island, NY. Keyword searchable. You can search both The Bayshore Independent and the Matawan Journal together, or use the drop-down menu to search within just one of them.
  • Bordentown- Area Newspapers (1845- 2002)
    Bordentown Register-News and its previous incarnations. Bordentown is just south of Trenton.
  • Cranbury Press (1886- 1926)
    Cranbury is located just east of Princeton. Weekly paper. Keyword-searchable.
  • Cranford Newspaper Archives (1894- 2005)
    Includes several incarnations of the Cranford Chronicle. Also includes Cranford directories and high school yearbooks. Cranford is located just south of Newark.
  • Daily Princetonian (1876-2002)
  • Franklin Township Newspapers (1948- 1978)
    Includes the Record, the News, and the News-Record. Franklin Township is just west of New Brunswick.
  • The Matawan Journal (1869- 1911, 1913-1939, 1942- 1973)
    Weekly paper. Keyword searchable. Matawan is located in northeastern New Jersey. You can search both The Bayshore Independent and the Matawan Journal together, or use the drop-down menu to search within just one of them.
  • The Millburn Budget (1886)
    "The Budget ... of 1886 is an extremely rare 'Milburn' newspaper. The bound volume in the collection of the historical society is so extremely fragile that it cannot safely be handled by visitors to the museum. This digitized version, then, is a rare look at a newspaper that is not even in the state archives of NJ newspapers." Millburn is located just outside Newark. Each bi-weekly edition is available as a PDF, but the newspaper as a whole is not searchable.
  • Millburn/Short Hills Item (1889-1950)
  • Montclarion (1948-2001)
    Montclair State University student newspaper. Incomplete run, most included issues are from 1962 and later.
  • New Brunswick Newspapers (1871-1916)
    Includes both the New Brunswick Daily Times and the New Brunswick Home News.
  • New Jersey Mirror (1818-1947)
    Burlington, NJ newspaper.
  • Ocean City Newspapers online (1893-2006)
    Assorted newspapers published in Ocean City.
  • Paterson Historic Newspapers (1935 - 1966)
    Newspapers from Paterson, in Passaic County. Includes Chronicle, the Sunday Chronicle, Il Messaggero (in Italian,) and The Messenger. Date ranges vary.
  • Piscataway Newspapers Digital Archive (1964- 2006)
    PD Review and Piscataway Chronicle. Click on "Search the Archive" on the right-hand side under "Search Local Paper Archive" to do a keyword search. You can also type a year (or a month and a year) into the search box to browse papers for that time period (although the results won't display in chronological order.) Piscataway is located in northern New Jersey.
  • Rahway Historic Newspapers ((1823, 1844, 1866- 1870, 1873- 1875, 1878- 1891, 1910- 1946, 1995-1998, 2000)
    Newspapers included in this collection are: New Jersey Advocate, Rahway Daily Record, Rahway News Herald, Rahway News Record, Rahway Progress, The National Democrat, The Rahway Advocate, The Rahway Realty, The Rahway Record, The Weekly Advocate and Times. Incomplete runs. Date range and print quality vary by paper. Rahway is located in Union County, New Jersey, just south of New York City.
  • Red Bank Register (1878-1991)
    Known as the Daily Register from 1964-1991. Red Bank is a town on the Navesink River in Monmouth County.
  • Riverton Historical Newspapers (1880- 1949)
    Includes The New Era (1894 – 1949), The Riverton Journal (1880 – 1882), The Palmyra Record (1913 – 1918), and The Weekly News (Palmyra) (1887 – 1922). Downloadable PDF's of entire years, some years and issues missing. Riverton is located just northeast of Camden.
  • Rockaway Historic Newspapers (1872-1936)
    Includes The Iron Era (1872-1905) and The Rockaway Record (1890-1936). Rockaway is a city in north central New Jersey.
  • The Scotch Plains- Fanwood Times (1963- present)
    Scotch Plains is located south of Newark.
  • The Silent Worker (1888-1929)
    The Silent Worker was a popular national newspaper among the Deaf community in the United States during the end of the 1890's through the end of the first quarter of the 20th century. Originally known as the Deaf Mute Times, it was first published in February 1888 and renamed The Silent Worker on September 27 of the same year. The New Jersey School for the Deaf continued its publication monthly, except for July, August, and periodically September until it ceased in June 1929. Deaf American authors wrote almost all articles, although occasional contributions by deaf individuals from other countries were also printed.
  • South Amboy Citizen (1910-2000)
    A weekly paper from South Amboy, a town in central coastal New Jersey. Some issues are missing.
  • Town Topics (1947- 1956)
    "Princeton's Weekly Community Newspaper Since 1946." Keyword searchable. Advanced search also available. The archive isn't browsable, but once you click through to a result, you can click again in the upper left-hand corner to view the whole issue.
  • Westfield Memorial Library newspapers (1891-2008)
    Several newspapers from Westfield in Union County.
  • Woodbridge Township Historic Newspapers (1876-1970)
    Includes the Carteret Press (1925-1965), Fords Beacon (1936-1961), Independent Leader (1940-1965), Leader Press (1967-1970), The Independent Hour (1876-1877), The Weekly Register (1898-1902), Woodbridge Leader (1927-1928), Woodbridge News (1899-1902), Woodbridge Independent (1919-1938), and the Woodbridge Leader (1926-1939).

New Mexico Newspapers

New York Newspapers

  • Chronicling America (1879-1922)
    Includes: The Sun (1859-1920), the Evening World (1887-1922) and the New-York Tribune (1841-1922).
  • Albany Student Newspaper Archive (1916- 1985)
    Albany Student Press and its predecessors
  • Altamont Enterprise (1888-2008)
  • American Popular Entertainment (1853-1929)
    Collection of publications covering Vaudeville
    New York Clipper (1853-1924)
    The Player (1911-1913)
    Vaudeville News (1920-1929)
  • Aufbau (1951- 2004)
    German-Jewish emigre journal.
  • Bard College Student Newspaper Archive (1895-1999)
  • Barnard Bulletin (1901-2002)
    Student newspaper of Barnard College.
  • The Bethpage Tribune (1941, 1966- 2011)
    Bethpage is located on Long Island. Select a year to search content within that year.
  • Brooklyn Daily Eagle (1841-1902)
    Extensive national and international coverage. At one point the country's most widely read afternoon daily.
  • Buffalo Criterion (1954- 1955, 1957, 1963, 1966, 1968, 1971)
    "The Buffalo Criterion is the oldest continuously published African American newspaper in Western New York. The newspaper was founded in 1925 by Frank E. Merriweather, Sr., and his wife, Camilla Merriweather, and it is still published by the Merriweather family. The Buffalo Criterion has been a major voice in recording the history of African Americans with a focus on Buffalo and the Western New York area."
  • Buffalo Criterion (1979, 1981, 1983, 1987)
    "The Buffalo Criterion is the oldest continuously published African American newspaper in Western New York. The newspaper was founded in 1925 by Frank E. Merriweather, Sr., and his wife, Camilla Merriweather, and it is still published by the Merriweather family. The Buffalo Criterion has been a major voice in recording the history of African Americans with a focus on Buffalo and the Western New York area."
  • Buffalo Express (1869-1871)
    Mark Twain (Samuel L. Clemens) co-owned and co-edited The Buffalo Express from August 1869 to March 1871. During that period, he contributed sixty feature stories, thirty-one editorials, and thirty brief entries in a "People and Things" column.
  • Buffalo Jazz Report (1974-1978)
    Founded in Buffalo, New York in March of 1974 by Bill Wahl, the Buffalo Jazz Report was a free newspaper distributed at clubs and record stores in the Buffalo, NY area as a service to the local jazz community. It provided record reviews, articles on jazzmen from the area, interviews with visiting musicians, and new album listings. Later issues broadened its focus beyond Buffalo, NY to include Toronto, ON and Rochester, NY.
  • Catskill Mountain News (1902-1967)
  • Chautauqua County Newspapers (1826-1899)
    Newspapers published in Westfield, New York.
  • Columbia Spectator (1877-)
    Student newspaper of Columbia University.
  • Cornell Daily Sun (1880-1981)
    Cornell University undergraduate newspaper.
  • Erie County (Buffalo) Newspapers (1869-1989)
  • Farmingdale Historic Newspapers (1961- 1977)
    Includes The Observer, Farmingdale Observer, The Farmingdale Post. Missing some years. Select the paper and the year to search within that content.
  • Fifth Freedom Newspaper (1970-1983)
    The Fifth Freedom was a periodic free newspaper of the Mattachine Society of the Niagara Frontier, Western New York's most prominent early gay rights organization. In being the official written mouthpiece of the region's first systematic gay rights organization, The Fifth Freedom expresses the earliest codified and widely distributed literature of the gay community within the region.
  • Frederick Douglass' Paper (1852- 1855)
    Abolitionist paper published in Rochester, earlier called The North Star. This is a page of links to transcribed articles. Not searchable. The entire March 18, 1853 issue is available here: http://utc.iath.virginia.edu/interpret/fdpaper/fdpagesf.html
  • Freedom's Journal (1827-1829)
    All 103 issues available as full-text PDFs. The first African-American owned and operated newspaper published in the United States, Freedom's Journal was published weekly in New York City.
  • The Friend of Man (1836-1842)
    This online archive contains 281 issues, which is close to the complete run. The Friend of Man was "one of the most significant and little studied newspapers documenting early anti-slavery and other reform movements," and was published in central New York.
  • The Gaelic American (1903, 1905, 1906, 1915- 1917)
    Irish-American newspaper published in New York City. Six issues are included here.
  • The Griffin (1933-1979)
    Student newspaper of Canisius College.
  • Hudson River Valley Historical Newspapers (1833-1916)
    Newburgh Telegraph (1831-1835), Rockland County Journal (1850-1879), Rockland County Messenger (1848, 1851-1855, 1857-1860), Rockland County Times (1902-1904), The Kingston Daily Freeman (1895, 1903-1912), and three publications from Vassar College: The Vassar Miscellany Weekly (1872-1915), Vassar Chronicle (1944-1978), and Vassar Spectator (1983-1993).
  • Ithacan (1931 - 2002)
    Student newspaper of Ithaca College.
  • Kingston Daily Freeman (1895, 1903-1913)
    Kingston is New York's Hudson River Valley, between Poughkeepsie and Albany.
  • Mackenzie's Gazette (1838-1840)
    New York City newspaper, the content of which "reflected [William Lyon] Mackenzie's views entirely and was extremely reform minded to the point that it advocated revolution against the ruling system of government."
  • Nassau County Libraries Historic Newspapers (1921- 2010)
    Includes The Leader, Freeport News, Nassau Post, and others. Select the paper from the homepage to search within that paper. Freeport is located on Long Island. Date ranges vary by paper.
  • New York Age (1890- 1892)
    Influential African-American newspaper which ran from 1887- 1953. Staff writers included Ida B. Wells-Barnett and W.E.B. DuBois.
  • New York Age (1906- 1953)
    Influential African-American newspaper which ran from 1887- 1953). Staff writers included Ida B. Wells-Barnett and W.E.B DuBois. Issues available as non-searchable PDFs.
  • The New York Daily Tribune (1842-1866)
    The New York Daily Tribune was renamed the New York Tribune in 1866.
  • New York Evening World (1887-1922)
    Famously sensational newspaper published by Joseph Pulitzer and perhaps best know for its 'yellow journalism.'
  • New York Sun (1859-1916)
    The nation's first successful penny daily, and the New York City circulation leader for several decades in the 19th century. By 1900 it was less important than several other city papers but still influential. Continued in next link.
  • New York Sun (1916-1920)
    Includes vol. 83, no. 335 (July 31, 1916) through vol. 87, no. 153 (Jan. 31, 1920).
  • The New York Tribune (1866-1922)
    Continuation of the New York Daily Tribune.
  • Northern New York Historical Newspapers (1811-2009)
    Includes over 50 papers from Clinton, Essex, Franklin, Jefferson, Lewis, Oswego and St. Lawrence counties in the Adirondack region of northern New York State.
  • Old Fulton NY Postcards/New York State Historical Newspapers/New York Tribune (18th-20th centuries)
    The search interface supports complex searching. To search a specific newspaper start your search with the title in quotes "Syracuse NY Post Standard." Use this format to limit by date: 1904~~1920. Connect information with 'and.' For example: "Syracuse NY Post Standard" and 1904~~1920 and canal. A listing of all newspapers that provides date browsing is available here Includes New York city papers: Tribune (1841-1922), Sun (1843-1945), Spectator (1797-1845), Evening Telegram (1868-1924), Evening Post (1810-1920), New York Age (1906-1953), Spirit of the Times (1838-1890), World (1862-1901) more.
  • Putnam Courier (1849-1930)
    Newspaper published in Mahopac, which is located near Danbury, Connecticut.
  • The Rambler (1948- 2000)
    Student newspaper of Farmingdale State College on Long Island. Some issues are missing. Includes a few scattered issues from between 2001 and 2010.
  • Rochester Area Historic Newspaper Collection (1826-1866)
    This collection of newspapers from Rochester and surrounding Monroe County includes the Liberal Advocate, The Rights of Man, The Monroe Democrat, Soldiers Aid and 20 other antebellum and Civil War era newspapers.
  • Rochester Regional Newspapers (1803-1992)
    Arcadian Weekly Gazette (April 1889 - March 1906)
    Brockport Republic (1854-1927)
    Catholic Courier (1889 - 2004)
    Fairport Herald (February 1873 - March 1889, April 1890 - April 1925)
    Fairport Herald-Mail (May-December 1925)
    Fairport-Perinton Herald-Mail (1980 - 1992)
    Geneva Advertiser (1841 - 1842, 1880 - 1914)
    Geneva Courier (1831 - 1903)
    Geneva Daily Times (May 1895 - May 1902)
    Geneva Expositor (1806 - 1809)
    Geneva Gazette (1809 - 1839, 1846 - July 1901)
    Geneva Palladium (1821 - 1828)
    Marion Enterprise (September 1880 - December 1923)
    Monroe County Mail (1885 - 1893, 1896 - 1979)
    Newark Courier (December 1870 - 1886, 1889 - June 1916, 1917 - 1922)
    Newark Gazette (August 1906 - March 1908)
    Newark Union (August 1872 - December 1891)
    Newark Union-Gazette (April 1908 - December 1908, April 1909 - 1912, 1915 - 1922)
    Ontario Repository (April 1809 - March 1826)
    Ontario Repository and Freeman (December 1836 - June 18
  • The Spectrum (1950- 1962)
    The student newspaper of SUNY-Buffalo.
  • Stony Brook University Campus Newspaper Archive (1958- 2011)
    Stony Brook University student newspapers and other campus publications.
  • Suffolk County Historic Newspaper Archive (1822-2007)
    Historic newspapers from the eastern three-quarters of Long Island, New York. Includes the Babylon Beacon (1967-1972), The Corrector (Sag Harbor, 1822-1911), The Long Islander (Huntington, 1839-1974), The Patchogue Advance (1926-1961), and eight others.
  • Vassar Student Publications (1872-)
    Before becoming co-ed in 1969, Vassar was a women's college. It is located in Poughkeepsie, New York.
  • Village Voice (1955-2004)
    One of the original "alternative newsweeklies," the Voice featured local news and coverage of art, culture, and entertainment in lower Manhattan and throughout New York.
  • World War I Newspapers
    Fatherland [New York City] (1914–1917)
    Vital Issue/Issues and Events [New York City] (1914–1919)
    World War [New York City] (1914–1916)

North Carolina Newspapers

North Dakota Newspapers

Ohio Newspapers

Oklahoma Newspapers

  • Chronicling America (1880-1922)
    Beaver Herald, Branding Iron, Cheyenne Transporter, Farmers' Champion, The Indian Advocate, The Indian Chieftain, Oklahoma Miner, etc.
  • Gateway to Oklahoma History (1840s-1920s)
  • Daily O'Collegian (1895-2011)
    Welcome to the archive for The Daily O'Collegian, the campus newspaper of Oklahoma University since 1895.The Daily O'Collegian Archive from 1895 to 2011 has been bcreated from a silver microfilm master, originally produced by the Oklahoma Historical Society.
  • Hennessey Clipper (1890-2007)
  • Langston City Herald (1892-1908)
    African American newspaper.
  • McAlester Newspaper Digitization Project (1874-1914)
    Downloadable PDFs. McAlester, located 90 miles south of Tulsa and 120 miles southeast of Oklahoma City, is a major trade center for Southeast Oklahoma and is one of the state's oldest communities. Unique attractions include the beautiful, historic McAlester Scottish Rite Masonic Temple and the Oklahoma State Penitentiary Museum, which chronicles famous inmates, early chain gangs and prison escapes. The nearby town of Krebs is known as Oklahoma's Little Italy and is famous for its cuisine.
  • Muskogee cimeter (1904-1920)
    African American Newspaper
  • Oklahoma Guide (Guthrie, 1904-1922)
    Weekly African-American newspaper from Guthrie, Oklahoma that includes local, territorial, and national news along with advertising.
  • People's Elevator (Guthrie, 1922)
    Weekly African-American newspaper from Guthrie, Oklahoma that includes local, state, and national news along with advertising.
  • Tulsa Star (1913-1921)
    Also known as the Tulsa Daily Star, the paper championed African-American causes, promoting progress and stability within Tulsa’s black community until its dramatic and untimely demise following the race riot of May 31, 1921.

Oregon Newspapers

Pennsylvania Newspapers

Rhode Island Newspapers

South Carolina Newspapers

Tennessee Newspapers

Texas Newspapers

Utah Newspapers

  • Chronicling America (1880-1922)
    Primarily supplements the Utah Digital Newspaper Project
  • Utah Digital Newspaper Project (1850-2010)
    Over 70 newspapers (including the Deseret News) from 27 of Utah's 29 counties.
  • Brigham Young University Harold B. Lee Library newspaper collection (1800's-?)
    Choose "Newspapers" at the right under Collections by Format. Features 11 newspapers, including the Daily Enquirer (Jan. 1881 - Oct. 1892, with over 1,100 items), the Rigby Star Newspaper (Jan. 1906 - Dec. 1975, with over 2,200 items), the Women's Exponent (1860-1914, with over 700 items), and the 19th Century Mormon Article Newspaper Index (from various newspapers, with over 9,000 items).
  • Utah State University Digital Archives (1871- 1954)
    Includes The Box Elder News (1904- 1926), Corinne Daily Reporter (1871- 1873), The Logan Historical Newspaper Collection ((1879- 1892) and (1893- 1898)), and Morgan County News (1904- 1954). Use the check boxes on the left to search one or more of these collections.
  • Box Elder Newspaper, 1904-1926
    Newspaper of Brigham City in Box Elder County
  • Broad Ax (Salt Lake City, 1895-1899)
    African American paper advocating for racial equality, religious tolerance, Free Silver (and, later William Jennings Bryan). Moved from Salt Lake City to Chicago in 1899.
  • Logan Historical Newspaper Collection (1879-1892)
    This digital collection of Logan's local newspaper spans 1879 to 1898 when Logan is busy building its infrastructure of roads , waterworks, and public buildings. During these years, Logan builds its Mormon temple, Ogden installs gas street lights, and the Territory of Utah becomes a state.
  • Morgan County News (1904-1954)
  • Provo Daily Enquirer (1881-1895)
  • Topaz Times (1942- 1945)
    This links to the search interface for the Densho Digital Archive of the Japanese-American experience. The Topaz Times was published by the inmates at the Topaz concentration camp, Utah, from 1942 to 1945. For a non-searchable list of PDF's, click here: http://archive.densho.org/Core/DAObjectsByCollection.aspx?id=131
    The Densho Digital Archive holds more than 700 visual histories (more than 1,400 hours of recorded video interviews) and over 12,000 historic photos, documents, and newspapers. These primary sources document the Japanese American experience from immigration in the early 1900s through redress in the 1980s with a strong focus on the World War II mass incarceration.
  • Women's Exponent (1872-1914)
    Published in Salt Lake City. The Woman’s Exponent was established for the women of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Although never owned or sponsored by the Church, it certainly enjoyed its approval and support. In fact the first editor, Lula Greene Richards agreed to serve only after Brigham Young called her as a missionary and set her apart for the work.

Vermont Newspapers

Virgin Islands Newspapers

Virginia Newspapers

Washington D.C. Newspapers

  • Chronicling America (1860-1921)
    Includes: The Colored American (African American Newspaper), The Evening Times, The Hatchet, The National Forum, The Suburban Citizen, The Sunday Globe, Sunday Morning Globe, Sunday Washington Globe, The Washington Bee, The Washington Herald, Washington Sentinel, Washington Times, Washington Weekly Post, The Weekly News (Anacostia), and the Alexandria Gazette.
  • The American University Eagle (1925-2009)
  • Armory Square Hospital Gazette (1864-1865)
    One of the five DC-area hospital newspapers published during the Civil War.
  • The Bee (1882-1884)
    William C. Chase, a lawyer, local politician, businessman, and native Washingtonian took over as the paper’s principal editor by the end of the first year of publication, and his superb editorial skills eventually turned the Bee into one of the most influential African American newspapers in the country.
  • Civil War Washington
    Newspapers published by D.C. hospitals during the Civil War. Currently includes issues of the Armory Square Hospital Gazette, the Cripple, and the Soldiers' Journal
  • Colored American (1899-1904)
    The weekly publication promoted itself as a national Negro newspaper and it carried lengthy feature stories on the achievements of African Americans across the country.
  • Georgetown Hoya (1959-1980)
    Student newspaper of Georgetown University
  • Machinist Newspaper (1946-1994)  
      
    Publication of the International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers
  • National Era (1847-1860)
    African American newspaper.
  • National Forum (1910)
    The four-page African-American weekly covered such local events as Howard University graduations and Baptist church activities, but its pages also included national news, sports, home maintenance, women's news, science, editorial cartoons, and reprinted stories from national newspapers.
  • The National Tribune (1877- 1917)
    Founded as a newspaper for Civil War veterans and their families.
  • New National Era (1871-1873)
    Scattered issues. African American paper edited by Frederick Douglas.
  • The Stars and Stripes (1918-1919)
    Paper published by the U.S. Army for its forces in France.
  • Washington Afro-American (1916-1988)
    African American newspaper. Incomplete run.
  • Washington Bee (1886-1912)
    The Washington Bee focused much of its attention on the activities of the city’s African Americans, and its society page paid special attention to events at local black churches. The paper also covered national issues; by the turn of the 20th century it was publishing articles about events across the country by its own correspondents as well as from wire services.

Washington State Newspapers

West Virginia Newspapers

Wisconsin Newspapers

Wyoming Newspapers

  • Wyoming Newspaper Project (1849-1922)
    According to this website, all newspapers printed in Wyoming between 1849 and 1922 are available here.
  • Heart Mountain Sentinel (1942- 1945)
    This links to the search interface for the Densho Digital Archive of the Japanese-American experience. The Heart Mountain Sentinel was published by the inmates at the Heart Mountain concentration camp, Wyoming, from 1942 to 1944. For a non-searchable list of PDF's, click here: http://archive.densho.org/Core/DAObjectsByCollection.aspx?id=106
    The Densho Digital Archive holds more than 700 visual histories (more than 1,400 hours of recorded video interviews) and over 12,000 historic photos, documents, and newspapers. These primary sources document the Japanese American experience from immigration in the early 1900s through redress in the 1980s with a strong focus on the World War II mass incarceration.
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