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This table provides a list of historical U.S. newspapers that are available online at no cost. Newspapers available for free through Google News Historical Archives and are listed individually as I identify them. Newspapers available through Chronicling America and state digitization projects are usually listed as a group. For instance, under "Wyoming" I have not listed every newspaper digitized in the project but simply described what is available.

Note: Google News Archives has finally created a list of all the newspapers it has ingested. There are many newspapers listed here that are not listed below.

Newspaper Date Notes
1892-2004--only excerpts This seems to be a digitized selected 'clippings file' meant to support research into the history of Birmingham.
1939-2010 Jacksonville State University student newspaper.
1837-1895 Northeastern Alabama newspaper.
1962-1997 Newspaper written by and for Alaskan Natives.
1883-1922 Assorted regional newspapers.
1850s-1920s Supplements Chronicling America by providing access to dates not yet available there.
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.
1934-1943 "Little Cowpuncher was the name of a mimeographed school newspaper, written and illustrated by Anglo and Mexican-American ranch five different rural schools in Southern Arizona."
1893-2009 Incomplete run. Prescott is a town in the mountains located 90 miles north of Phoenix.
1819-1846 One of the oldest newspapers west of the Mississippi River. You must register to access the newspaper. Registration is free.
1900-1911 Amador County newspaper
1846-1922 Includes Amador Ledger, California Star, Californian, Daily Alta California, Imperial Valley Press, Los Angeles Herald (1873-1910), Pacific Rural Press, Placer Times, Sacramento Daily Union, Sacramento Transcript, San Francisco Call (1890-1913), Sausalito News, more.
1880-1910 The Amador Ledger, San Francisco Call, Los Angeles Herald, Imperial Valley Press, more. Scattered runs.
1950s-1980s Student newspaper of Cal. State Northridge. A very small sampling of other newspapers from the San Fernando Valley is also included.
1900-1904 Chinese language newspaper published in San Francisco.
1895-1974 Newspapers from the city of Covina in Los Angeles County.
1855-1859 "El Clamor Publico was the first Spanish-language newspaper in California after the American occupation. The initially moderate paper evolved into an activist tabloid and espoused strong political views generally in support of the Mexicanos. It was distributed as far north as San Francisco."
1865-1885 Nevada county newspaper,eventually became The Union.
1900-2009 Lodi is a city located between Stockton and Sacramento.
1852-1864 Bilingual Spanish-English newspaper
1927-1989 Very incomplete run in earlier years.
April 1890-April 1912 San Francisco's leading morning newspaper until 1913.
1957- Cal. State Northridge student newspaper.
1888-2007 Whittier is located in Los Angeles County.
1859-1923 The Colorado Historic Newspapers Collection (CHNC) currently includes more than 500,000 digitized pages, representing 163 individual newspaper titles published in Colorado from 1859 to 1923.
1887-1925, bulk 1920-1925 Newspaper of Estes Park, located Northwest of Denver and almost adjacent to Rocky Mountain National Park.
1839-1899 Partial run.
1878-1981 Not yet comprehensive.
1938-1970 The Boca Raton News, The Pelican, The Weekly Tattler, more.
Late 18th-early 19th century Bulk consists of the St. Cloud Tribune
1895-1922 The DeSoto County News, The Champion (Arcadia), The Florida Agriculturalist (DeLand--'A journal devoted to state interests'), Gainesville Daily Sun (Gainesville), The New Enterprise (Madison), The Pensacola Journal (Pensacola), The Punta Gorda Herald (Punta Gorda), more.
Mid-19th century-almost current. Extensive geographic and chronological coverage, but many of the papers represented have short runs.
1958-2004. Student newspaper of Gulf Coast Community College.
1762-1885 Newspaper articles ABOUT Florida from a wide range of newspapers.
1904-1908; 1910-1916
1897-1988 #The Palm Beach Post and Times (1916 through 1988). The Palm Beach Daily News (1912-1988). The Miami News/Miami Metropolis (1897-1988). The Tropical Sun (1897-1921). In association with the Palm Beach Historical Society. The Palm Beach Independent (1929).
1907-1909 Enter St. Petersburg Evening Independent as the source to limit your search to this paper.
1827-1922 Athenian, 1827-1832, Southern Banner, 1832-1882, Southern Watchman, 1855-1882, Daily/Weekly Banner-Watchman, 1882-1889, Daily/Weekly Athens Banner, 1889-1922
1847-1922 Atlanta Daily Examiner, 1857; Atlanta Daily Herald, 1873-1876; Atlanta Georgian, 1906-1911; Atlanta Intelligencer, 1851, 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; Weekly Constitution, 1869-1882
1828-1833 The first American Indian newspaper. Select The Cherokee Phoenix to limit results.
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."
1875-1876 African American newspaper based in Savanah. Select The Colored Tribune to limit results.
1862-1866 "Published in the Country, on a Southern Plantation, and Devoted to the Editor's Opinions."
1878-1887 Select The Dublin Post to limit results.
1826-1908 Macon has long been one of Georgia's largest cities outside Atlanta.
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.
1893-1979 Searchable issues of the University of Georgia's student newspaper
1950s-present Daily newspaper from Rome, Georgia. Limit your search to source: Rome News-Tribune to just search this paper.
1845-1922 Includes newspapers from Albany, Americus, Thomasville, and Valdosta.
1929-1958, 1984-1986 "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."
1877-1913 The Honolulu Daily Herald, The Daily Independent, Hawaiian Gazette.
1834-1948 Over 40 Hawaiian and English language newspapers. Mixed quality of scans. Partial runs.
1834-1927 16 Hawaiian language newspapers online. Mixed quality of scans. Partial runs.
1906-1975 Newspaper of this traditionally Mormon town.
1892-1920 Includes the Chicago Eagle.
1894-2003 Student newspapers of Illinois Wesleyan University
1914-1921 and 1925-1930 Barrington, Illinois newspaper.
1908-1918 Hearst newspaper initially priced at 1 penny. Select relevant years, of Chicago Examiner, to search paper.
1855-1938 The survey was published in 1942 by the Chicago Public Library Omnibus Project of the Works Projects Administration of Illinois. The purpose of the project was to translate and classify selected news articles that appeared in the foreign language press from 1855 to 1938. The project consists of 120,000 typewritten pages translated from newspapers of 22 different foreign language communities in Chicago
1911-1949 Jewish American newspaper. The keyword search function works, but you must be patient. After you run a search and download an issue wait for the entire file to download before you search the PDF.
1930-1960 Articles related to ethnic diversity excerpted from this Southern Illinois University Carbondale student newspaper.
1903-1951 Millikin University's student newspaper.
1908-1917 "Established in 1908 by the Polish National Alliance, Dziennik Zwiazkowy continues to be published today as the Polish Daily News. This database includes the first ten years (1908- 1917) of publication, which represent local, national and international issues of utmost concern to the Polish community of Chicago at that time."
1841-1981 Collection of Illinois-based farm newspapers of the 19th century
1882-2008 Newspaper of the Hyde Park section of Chicago.
1835-1919 Quincy Daily Whig and Quincy Daily Herald.
1883-1926 Bulk of content 1907-1926.
1854-2007 Bulk of content 1907-1926.
1845 -1970 Collection of newspapers primarily based in Fort Wayne.
1899-2005 African American Newspaper. Missing 1917-1925.
1873 -1909 Incomplete run.
1921-1950 A moderate sized city in central Indiana, Muncie is notable for its appearance as Middletown in the social research of the Lynds in the 1920s and 30s.
1868-2006 University of Iowa's student newspaper
1915-2009 but with very spotty coverage. Coverage for the 1920s seems to be good. Limit your search to source: Lyon County Reporter to just search this paper.
1860-1891 Includes the Wichita Eagle, Kansas Chief, Independent, Smoky Hill and Republican Union.
1860-1922 Bourbon News, Central Record, Adair County News, Bluegrass Blade (Lexington), more
1868-1903 Includes the Ouachita Telegraph (Monroe), Morning Star and Catholic Sentinel (New Orleans), Louisiana Democrat (Alexandria).
1810-1857; incomplete run. A dual language French-English newspaper.
1827-1923 A small number of early publications from all of Louisiana's parishes.
1827-1923 A dual language French-English newspaper. The Bee is arranged chronologically and is not otherwise searchable.
1933-2003 Choose the title of the newspaper as the source to limit your search to this paper.
1856-1857 Choose the title of the newspaper as the source to limit your search to this paper.
1802-1947 Scanned microfilm that is unsearchable but can be browsed by date. Includes the Maryland Gazette, Baltimore Clipper, Whig newspapers, and more.
1728-1729, 1745-1839 Scanned microfilm that is unsearchable but can be browsed by date.
1919-1973 Important Portuguese language newspaper that focused its coverage on Portuguese-American communities in New England and the Mid-Atlantic states.
1830-1930 Features the Barnstable Patriot, covering Cape Cod and the Islands, and the Hyannis Patriot.
Dates include: 1871-1899, 1918-1939, 1941-1943, and 1965-2008 Digitized images from local Chatham titles, keyword search capable.
1789 French language newspapers published in Boston.
1873- The nation's oldest continuously published daily college newspaper.
1949-2003 Student newspaper of Brandeis University.
1966-2007 Student newspaper of the University of Massachusetts at Boston.
May 4, 1844-April 19, 1845 "A semi-monthly paper, devoted to the cause of seamen--to virture--to temperance--to humanity--to intelligence."
1881- Student newspaper of MIT.
1881-2009. Cass City Enterprise coverage begins 1881 and ends 1906; Cass City Chronicle coverage begins 1906. Available through the Rawsom Memorial Library of Cass City, Michigan.
1920-1952. Includes the Grosse Pointe Civic News (1920-1935), the Grosse Pointe News (1940- ), and the Grosse Pointe Review (1930-1952).
Scattered dates. Student Newspaper of Kalamazoo College.
1962-1890's. A collaborative project involving 52 libraries in Michigan. Includes such newspapers as: Gobles News (1925-1932), Middleville Sun (July-Dec. 1897), Manchester Enterprise (1867-1892), and Owosso Press (1862-1869).
1915-1973 Town in central Michigan
1868-1959 A lumber center in southwestern Michigan on the shore of Lake Michigan. In the early 20th century it became a resort and tourist community for the urbanizing areas of the upper midwest.
April 1841 - February 1848 An abolitionist paper launched by Theodore Foster and Rev. Guy Beckley in southeast Michigan in 1841.
1878-1905 Daily Globe (St. Paul), more in process.
1906-1939 Include the Farmer's Wife. Available through the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champlain
1907-2006 Covers the labor movement in Minneapolis and nationally.
1870s-present Student newspapers of colleges in Minnesota: Carleton, McCalister, Gustavus, Concordia, Luther, Trinity, more.
1911-1952 Holt is located in northern Minnesota, and this paper was issued from a large co-operative creamery. Provides an interesting look at a small farming community.
1907-1977 Labor newspapers based in St. Paul.
1855-1946 19th century Winona was a large steamboat port on the Mississippi in Southeast Minnesota. Also a center of wheat and lumber production. Includes the Winona Argus, Winona Daily News, Winona Daily Republican, and the Winona Republican-Herald.
1955-1961 White supremacist newspaper published in Jackson. Browsable by date but not searchable.
1966-1985 Student run paper at the University of Missouri that includes many AP and UPI articles that ran nationally.
1836-1987 Includes Methodist, Whig, Republican and Civil War-era newspapers.
1864-1869 Montana Post.
1956-61, 1971-1988 Native American newspaper. "Published by the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes of the Flathead Indian Reservation."
1874-1912 Includes the Omaha Daily Bee.
1922-2010 Student newspaper of the University of Nebraska Omaha.
1905-1915, 1917-1922, 1924 Incomplete run.
1860-1919, 1950-1980 Daily Territorial Enterprise, Goodsprings Gazette, Henderson Home News, Reese River Reveille, Wadsworth Dispatch, White Pine News.
1940's-1950's Includes the newsletters Big Job and Basic Bombardier from 1942-1944, as well as the Henderson Home News for 1951.
New Hampshire    
New Jersey    
1860-1923 Newspapers from Atlantic City and the surrounding area. Includes the Atlantic Journal (1860), the Hammonton Farmer (1863, 1866), the 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 the South Jersey Star (1917-1923).
1876-2002 Beta version. Still incomplete.
1962-2001 Montclaire State University student newspaper. Incomplete run.
1871-1916 Burlington, NJ newspaper.
1893-2006 Assorted newspapers published in Ocean City.
1872-1936 Rockaway is a city in north central New Jersey.
1910-2000 South Amboy is a town in central coastal New Jersey. Weekly newspaper. Some issues are missing.
1888-1929 The Silent Worker was a popular national newspaper among the deaf population of 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.
1891-2008 Assorted newspapers from Westfield in Union County. The search feature appears to be broken but the newspapers can be browsed by date.
New York    
1879-1922 Includes The Sun (1859-1916), the Evening World (1887-1922) and the New-York Tribune (1841-1922).
1841-1902 Extensive national and international coverage. At one point the country's most widely read afternoon daily.
1880-1979 Cornell University undergraduate newspaper.
1827-1829 The first African-American owned and operated newspaper published in the United States. Published in New York City.
1836-1842 "One of the most significant and little studied newspapers documenting early anti-slavery and other reform movements." Published in central New York.
1933-1948 Student newspaper of Canisius College.
18331-1916 Newburgh Telegraph (1831-1835), Rockland County Journal (1850-1879), Rockland County Messenger (1848;1851-1855;1857), Rockland County Times (1902-1904), The Kingston Daily Freeman (1895;1903-1912), The Vassar Miscellany Weekly (1916) .
1926-2002 Student newspaper of Ithaca University.
1895, 1903-1913 Newspaper in the Hudson River Valley between Poughkeepsie and Albany.
1838-1840 New York City newspaper. Choose the title of the newspaper as the source to limit your search to this paper. "The content in the newspaper reflected [William Lyon] Mackenzie views entirely and was extremely reform minded to the point that it advocated revolution against the ruling system of government."
1843 Choose the title of the newspaper as the source to limit your search to this paper. William Lyon Mackenzie "used this newspaper as an avenue to disparage former President Martin Van Buren and other leading democrats for their political dealings."
1887-1922 Famously sensational newspaper published by Joseph Pulitzer and perhaps best know for its 'yellow journalism.'
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.
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.
1842-1866 and 1986-1924, respectively The New York Daily Tribune was renamed the New York Tribune. Available through Library of Congress's Chronicling America project funded by the NEH.
1700's-1900's Old New York State newspapers from the 18th-20th centuries.
1849-1930 Newspaper published in Mahopac, which is located near Danury, Connecticut.
Early-mid 19th century Includes the Liberal Advocate, The Rights of Man, The Monroe Democrat and other Ante-Bellum and Civil War era newspapers.
1839-1942 Historic Long Island Newspapers
1955- Limit your search to source: Village Voice to just search this paper.
1841-2 Choose the title of the newspaper as the source to limit your search to this paper. Rochester newspaper. "The Volunteer was exclusively devoted to the denunciation of British rule in Canada and the suppression of the recent rebellions."
North Carolina    
1824-2011, some scattered runs Collection of North Carolina newspapers. Includes: Fayetteville Observer (1851-1865), The Pilot (Southern Pines, 1920-1945), Mecklenburg Jeffersonian (Charlotte, 1841-1849), Black Ink (Black Student Movement, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1969-2001), The Charlotte Jewish News (1979-2000), several college student papers.
1756-1898, scattered runs Collection of North Carolina newspapers, featuring The Wilmington Post boy (1756-1766), Carolina (Salisbury) Watchman (1832- 1898), and other mainly 18th century newspapers from Edenton, Fayetteville, Hillsboro, New Bern, Salisbury and Wilmington.
1845-1921 Includes the Anti-Slavery bugle and many local newspapers.
1843-1923 Selected articles from a number of African American newspapers published in Ohio.
1931- Student newspaper of Youngstown State University.
1827-1830, 1841-1844, 1862-1863, 1997-2005 Collection of Huron County newspapers
1930-1971 The newspaper of the Western College for Women
1882-1921 Beaver Herald, Branding Iron, Cheyenne Transporter, Farmers' Champion, The Indian Advocate, The Indian Chieftain, Oklahoma Miner, etc.
Mostly late 19th and early 20th century newspapers. 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 great cuisine.
1846-1922 Morning Oregonian, Daily Astorian, Coos Bay Times, Bend Bulletin, etc.
1899-1922 The Evening Herald (Klamath Falls), Sumpter Miner
1897-1918 Includes The Scranton Tribune (1897-1902) and the Philadelphia Evening Public Ledger (1914-1922).
19th-early 20th century Browsable by date but not searchable, this repository includes newspapers from small cities in Pennsylvania: Ambler, Nazareth, New Holland, Marietta, Mansfield, etc. Search by collection or do a keyword search for newspaper to see which newspapers are available.
1931-2007 Student newspaper of the University of Scranton.
1876-2007 Primarily consists of Chester newspapers.
1859-1867 Republican Newspaper. Excerpts.
1897-2004 Student newspaper of Gettysburg University.
1838-2007 Collection contains a number of newspapers covering Tioga, Bradford and Wellsboro.
1869-2007 Newspapers of Greenville and the surrounding area in Mercer county.
1833-1977 16 newspapers of Smethport and the surrounding area in McKean County.
1918-1922 A "weekly newspaper dedicated to Irish nationalism and to topics of interest to Irish-Americans. It was founded by Joseph McGarrity and published in Philadelphia from March 23, 1918 to May 6, 1922."
1870-2007 Student newspaper of Lafayette College.
1889-1931 Franklin and Marshall College Reporter (1915-2001), Lancaster Journal (1816-1836), Lancaster Intelligencer (1847-1871), Columbia Spy (1830-1889), New Holland Criterion (1873- 1950).
1955-1983 An important agricutlural publication.
1925-2003 Student newspaper of Lincoln University
1856- Student newspapers of of Lycoming College
1843-1853 The leading Jewish publication in the United States during this period.
1887-present The Daily Collegian and predecessors, The Behrend Beacon, and Hazleton Highacres.
1847-1874 Newspapers of Bellefonte, Chambersburg, Columbia, Erie, Gettysburg, Huntingdon, Philadelphia (Press, 1857-64; American Presbyterian, 1860-1869; Daily Evening Bulletin 1864-1870), Reading, Waynesboro and Wellsboro
1895-present The Jewish Criterion (1895-1962), The American Jewish Outlook (1934-1962), and The Jewish Chronicle (1962-Present).
1927-2007 Choose Pittsburgh Post-Gazette as the source to limit your search to this paper.
1818-1869 Gettyburg newspaper.
1833-1977 Collection contains a number of newspapers covering McKean County, including the McKean County Miner.
1826-1929. Scattered runs of multiple newspapers. Collection of mainly small town newspapers in Pennsylvania.
1859-1870 Franklin County Democratic newspaper. Excerpts.
1924-1955 Scattered run in later years.
Rhode Island    
South Carolina    
1865-1872 Includes Columbia Phoenix, Charleston Advocate, much more.
1862-1867 Newspaper documenting the South Carolina Lowcountry, based first in Port Royal and later in Beaufort.
1893 Choose the title of the newspaper as the source to limit your search to this paper.
1880-1910 Jefferson Jimplecute, Jewish Herald (Houston), Palestine Daily Herald, Fort Worth Daily Gazette, The Daily Herald (Brownsville)
1888-1923 Abilene Daily Reporter--The Abilene Reporter--Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter--Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter 1888-1923
Student newspapers of Trinity College
1898-1961 "Dedicated to the Service of the People and the Institutions of Carthage and Panola County."
1898-1961 Scattered runs of multiple newspapers
1885-1899 Abilene is the primary urban center in Taylor County.
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).
1880-1910 Primarily supplements the Utah Digital Newspaper Project
1850-1947 Over 40 newspapers including the Deseret News
1860- 1850-1860 available in the Utah Digital Newspaper Project.
1836-1895 Includes long runs of Burlington and Rutland newspapers.
Virgin Islands    
1876-1912 Alexandria Gazette, Richmond Dispatch, Richmond Planet, more.
1914-2006 University of Richmond student newspaper.
1911-present. Only partially searchable. Student newspaper of the College of William and Mary.
1920-present Fredericksburg, Virginia newspaper.
1921-1978 Radford University student newspaper. Partially indexed but not searchable.
1921-1978 Partially transcribed articles from the Richmond Planet and Charlottesville Reflector.
1859-1870 Democratic newspaper in Augusta County. Excerpts
1947 Choose the title of the newspaper as the source to limit your search to this paper.
1860-1865 Most widely read newspaper in Richmond during the Civil War. Known as a non-partisan paper.
1860-1989 Text-only collection of articles.
1857-1870 Whig newspaper in Augusta County. Excerpts.
1865-1870 Augusta County newspaper. Excerpts.
1736-1780 Williamsburg, VA. newspaper
Washington D.C.    
1925-2004 Student newspaper of American University
1879-1912 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), Alexandria gazette
1959-1980 Student newspaper of Georgetown University
1847-1861 African American newspaper.
1918-1919 Paper published by the U.S. Army for its forces in France.
1906-2010 African American newspaper. Incomplete run.
Washington State    
1894-present "The most comprehensive news source for Spokane and the Inland Northwest."
1852-1892 Newspapers from Seattle, Olympia, Spokane, Walla Walla, Yakima, etc. Requires DjVu plug in.
1944-1946 From the Walla Walla Army Air Base
West Virginia    
1880-2010 See Wikipedia for information about this title.
1884-1995 See Wikipedia for information about this title.
1860-1940 Over 16,000 articles about biographical and local subjects excerpted from several hundred newspapers.
1849-1922 "Available through this website are all the newspapers printed in Wyoming between 1849 and 1922"

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Newspaper Date Notes
1868-1929 Primary exponent of the 'New South' in the post-Civil War period.

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