Where can I find past newspapers?

Where can I find past newspapers?

Where to Find Historical Newspapers Online

  • 19th Century US Newspapers.
  • Accessible Archives.
  • Ancestry.com.
  • Chronicling America.
  • Early American Newspapers, Series 1, 1690-1876.
  • Footnote.com.
  • GenealogyBank.
  • Google News and News Archive.

Can you read newspapers online?

Newspapers can be accessed online — without hitting a paywall and without needing a library card — on those free public-access computers, as long as you are physically in the library building, according to Kirk Blankenship, electronic resources librarian for Seattle Public Libraries.

Where can I find old newspapers in Texas?

The Portal to Texas History’s Texas Digital Newspapers Program . Hosted by the University of North Texas, the Portal includes a collection of digitized newspapers that can be searched and narrowed down by county and time period. Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers .

How did the Texas Digital Newspaper Program work?

The success of the Texas Digital Newspaper Program has been heavily supported by grants from the National Endowment for the Humanities’ National Digital Newspaper Program, the Texas State Library and Archives Commission, and the Tocker Foundation.

How many records are in the Texas Digital Archive?

Over 5,458,400 records preserved! The Texas Digital Archive (TDA) manages, preserves, and facilitates access to the electronic records collections of the Texas State Library and Archives Commission, including those transferred by state agencies or digitized by the State Archives.

What kind of newspapers are in the Texas State Library?

They can include announcements for events such as births, deaths, and weddings, as well as obituaries, accidents, and other events of significance. The Texas State Library and Archives Commission’s newspaper collections include newspapers on microfilm, original print newspapers, and online newspaper subscriptions.

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