[Ohiodig] Historic Newspapers for your Website
jcabiya at ohiohistory.org
Thu Sep 17 12:09:06 EDT 2020
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Have your patrons requested historic newspapers? Consider adding links to Chronicling America and Ohio Memory to your website.
Chronicling America provides free online access to over 17 million digitized historic newspaper pages covering 1789-1963 from over 50 U.S. states and territories. Made possible through the National Digital Newspaper Program (NDNP), a partnership between the National Endowment for the Humanities, the Library of Congress, and state partners, like the Ohio History Connection. Ohio has added more than half a million pages to Chronicling America since 2008. Check out these high quality, full-text searchable, public domain newspaper pages at chroniclingamerica.loc.gov<https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/>!
Find even more freely-available Ohio newspapers on Ohio Memory, the collaborative statewide digital library program of the Ohio History Connection and the State Library of Ohio. These digital newspapers even go up to present day! Click here to see a full list of newspapers available on Chronicling America and Ohio Memory.<https://ohiomemory.ohiohistory.org/newspapers> Plus, explore thousands of other materials documenting Ohio's rich history, from prehistory to present day, including: photographs, diaries, archaeological artifacts, books, and more(!). Celebrate Ohio Memory's 20th birthday this year by visiting ohiomemory.org<https://ohiomemory.org/>.
Help your patrons discover Ohio's stories by linking these free resources on your websites. Who knows what you might find about your family or community's history!
Project Coordinator for the National Digital Newspaper Program in Ohio
Ohio History Connection
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