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This is a list of online newspaper archives and some magazines and journals, including both free and pay wall blocked digital archives. Most are scanned from microfilm into pdf, gif or similar graphic formats and many of the graphic archives have been indexed into searchable text databases utilizing optical character recognition (OCR) technology. Some newspapers do not allow access to the OCR-converted text until it is proofread. Older newspapers are still in image format, and newer newspapers are available as full text that can be cut and pasted. Most text is in ASCII, some are using Unicode for diacritical marks not available in ASCII.

Some local public libraries subscribe to certain online newspaper archives. For instance, some UK public libraries subscribe to The Times Digital Archive and any member of one of these libraries is able to access this resource free from their home computer using their library card number. In many instances, library access may be restricted to in-building use, in the confines of the library itself, and not a service otherwise available away from that structure to cardholders.

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Algeria[edit]

  • Information Juive [French] (Algiers, Algeria and Paris, France; 1948–1977)
  • Maguid Micharim/Le Tétouanais [Hebrew] (Oran, Algeria; 1895–1896)

Argentina[edit]

Australia[edit]

Austria[edit]

Belgium[edit]

  • Aalst Digital Newspaper Archive (1836–1992) Free
  • Royal Library of Belgium (1831–1950, not all consecutive) 1831–1918 Free (1919–1950 National Library Only)
    • Ami de l'Ordre (1914–1918)
    • Bruxellois (1914–1918)
    • Courrier de l'Escaut (1846–1950)
    • Echo de la Presse (1914–1917)
    • Echo de Parlement (1858–1885)
    • Gazet Van Brussel (1914–1918)
    • Handelsblad (1844–1950)
    • Indépendance Belge (1831–1933)
    • Indépendance Belge (edited in England, 1914–1918)
    • Koophandel (1864–1885)
    • Laatste Nieuws (1893–1931)
    • Messager de Gand (1831–1856)
    • Meuse (1856–1950)
    • Nieuwe Gids (1947–1950)
    • Nieuwe Standard (1944–1947)
    • Nieuws Van Den Dag (1893–1950)
    • Ro(o)de Vaan (1921–1950)
    • Vlaamsche Nieuws/Vlaamsche Gazet (1914–1918)
  • Le Soir (1988– ) Free
  • Sud Presse (1991– ) Free

Brazil[edit]

Bulgaria[edit]

  • The Bulgarian National Library has digitized and opened to the public its complete collection of Bulgarian newspapers since before the Liberation up to the end of World War II. See "Продължаващи издания" (Continuing publications). Free

Cambodia[edit]

Cameroon[edit]

Canada[edit]

Alberta[edit]

British Columbia[edit]

Manitoba[edit]

Newfoundland and Labrador[edit]

Nova Scotia[edit]

  • Nova Scotia Obituaries Free to search and view by given name and surname. Pay to search within text of obituary.
  • Nova Scotia Historical Newspapers Free Provided by Libraries Nova Scotia (Site is currently under revision so some newspapers are temporarily unavailable)
  • Transcontinental Newsnet archives
  • The Chronicle Herald Pay
  • Metro Halifax (Est. 2008)
  • The News (New Glasgow) (Est. 1910)
  • Cape Breton Post (Est. 1900)
  • The Truro Daily News (Est. 1891)
  • Transcontinental Newsnet archives Pay Access to all of the articles published in Transcontinental Newsnet since April 5, 1999
    • Amherst News
    • Annapolis County Spectator, The
    • Bedford-Sackville Weekly News, The
    • Burnside News, The
    • Cape Breton Community Post
    • Cape Breton Post
    • Citizen-Record, The
    • Daily Business Buzz
    • Daily News, The
    • Dartmouth-Cole Harbour Weekly News, The
    • Digby County Courier, The
    • Farm Focus of Atlantic Canada
    • Halifax Weekly News, The
    • Hants Journal, The
    • Kings County Advertiser, The
    • Kings County Register
    • News, The (New Glasgow)
    • Queens County Advance, The
    • Record, The (Springhill, NS)
    • Sackville Tribune Post
    • Shelburne County Coast Guard, The
    • Tri-County Vanguard, The
    • Truro Daily News
    • Yarmouth County Vanguard, The

Ontario[edit]

  • Almonte Gazette (1861–2007) Free
  • Canadiana Discovery Portal Free
  • Digital Kingston Free
    • British Whig (1834–1836, 1844–1845, 1847–1849)
    • Daily British Whig (1850–1858, 1860, 1862, 1865–1866, 1868–1873, 1875–1901)
    • Kingston Chronicle (1819–1820, 1826–1832)
    • Kingston Chronicle and Gazette (1835–1838, 1841–1847)
    • Kingston Gazette (1810–1818)
    • Kingston News (1868–1873, 1878, 1882, 1887)
    • Weekly British Whig (1856, 1858–1859, 1863, 1867–1871, 1874–1875, 1881–1883, 1885, 1894–1895)
  • Guelph Mercury multipaper site Pay
    • Guelph Mercury (1999– )
    • Guelph Tribune (1999– )
    • Hamilton Spectator (1991– )
    • The Record [Waterloo] (1999– )
    • Toronto Star (1985– )
  • Hamilton Spectator multipaper site Pay
    • Ancaster News (1999– )
    • Dundas Star News (1999– )
    • Guelph Mercury (1999– )
    • Hamilton Mountain News (1999– )
    • Hamilton Spectator (1991– )
    • The Record [Waterloo] (1999– )
    • Stoney Creek News (1999– )
    • Toronto Star (1985– )
  • Ingersoll newspapers at Oxford County Library Free Accessible from within the library itself; primarily limited to local notices of births and deaths.
    • Ingersoll Chronicle BMD index with transcriptions (1854–1919)
    • Ingersoll Tribune BMD index with transcriptions (1897–1970)
    • Ingersoll Times BMD index with scanned images (1969–1970)
  • Metroland Media Group multipaper site Pay
  • Newmarket's Digital Newspaper Project Free
    • The Era (October 1965–May 1967, 1968–1989, 2010)
    • Express Herald (1940)
    • New Era (1852–1861)
    • Newmarket Courier (26 December 1857–1876)
    • Newmarket Era (July 1861–1942)
    • Newmarket Era and Express (1942–October 1965)
    • North York Reformer (1875–1889)
    • North York Sentinel (20 December 1867–1876)
    • Era and Post (June 1967–December 1967)
    • Semi-Weekly Express (1875)
  • Ottawa Journal (1885-1980) Subscription
  • Our Digital World - INK Newspaper Collection Community newspapers Free
    • The Acton Free Press (1875-1984)
    • The Acton Tanner (1992-2001)
    • The Amherstburg Courier (1849-1850)
    • The Amherstburg Echo (1874-1982)
    • The Barrie Examiner (1864-1952)
    • The Border Cities Star (1918-1935)
    • The Bowmanville Merchant (1871-1876)
    • The British Whig (1834-1901)
    • Canadian Emigrant And Western District Advertiser (1831-1836)
    • The Canadian Illustrated News (1862-1863)
    • The Canadian Statesman (1894-1979)
    • Le Canadien (1 issue - Jul. 25, 1891)
    • The Chatham Daily News (1934-1934)
    • The Comber Herald (1892-1917)
    • Le Courrier and Le Courrier De L'Ouest (1885-1909)
    • Courrier D'Essex (1884-1885)
    • La Defense (1 issue - Mar. 7, 1918)
    • The Essex Free Press (1895-2011)
    • Essex Record (1871-1882)
    • The Flesherton Advance (1883-1950)
    • The Georgetown Herald (1867-1992)
    • The Halton Compass (2004-2005)
    • Halton Hills This Week (1992-1992)
    • Halton Hills Weekend (1995-1996)
    • L'Independent Du Canada (1 issue - Mar. 25, 1892)
    • The Independent & Free Press (1996-2005)
    • Kingston Chronicle (1826-1832)
    • Kingston Chronicle and Gazette (1835-1847)
    • Kingston Gazette (1810-1887)
    • The Kingston News (1868-1820)
    • The Kingsville Reporter (1893-2001)
    • The LaSalle Silhouette (1990-2011)
    • The Leamington Post (1875-1995)
    • The Marine Record (1883-1902)
    • The Markdale Standard (1880-1950)
    • The Newmarket Era (1863-2010)
    • The Northern Advance (1855-1940)
    • The Orono Weekly Times (1942-1985)
    • The Provincial Freeman (1853-1876)
    • The Stouffville Sun-Tribune (1888-2014)
    • The Tecumseh Maple Leaf (1931-1958)
    • The Tecumseh Tribune (1959-2010)
    • True Royalist (2 issues - May. 10, 1860 to Jun. 21, 1861)
    • The Voice of The Fugitive (1851-1852)
    • The Walkerville Mercury (1890-1891)
    • The Walkerville News (1934-1936)
    • The Walkerville Times (1999-2015)
    • The Western Herald (1838-1842)
    • The Whitby Free Press (1971-1996)
    • The Whitby Gazette and Chronicle (1912-1941)
    • The Windsor Evening Record (1893-1918)
    • The Windsor Herald (1855-1856)
    • The York Commonwealth (1858-1863)
  • OurOntario.ca Community Newspapers Collection Mostly historical community newspapers Free
    • 368 publications ranging from 1810-2015
    • Acton Free Press (1875–1984)
    • Amherstburg Courier (1849–1850)
    • Barrie Examiner (1941–1979)
    • British Whig (1834–1836, 1844–1850)
    • Canadian Champion (Milton; 2012–2014)
    • Canadian Emigrant And Western District Advertiser (1831–1836)
    • Canadian Illustrated News (1862–1863)
    • Canadian Statesman (Bowmanville; 1905–1911, 1919–1922)
    • Le Canadien (1891)
    • Comber Herald (1892–1917)
    • Le Courrier and Le Courrier De L'Ouest (1883–1909)
    • Le Courrier D'Essex (1884–1885)
    • La Defense (1918)
    • Essex Free Press (1895–1968)
    • Essex Record (1871–1882)
    • Georgetown Herald (1867–1992)
    • L'Independent Du Canada (1892)
    • Kingston Chronicle (1826–1832)
    • Kingston Chronicle and Gazette (1835–1837, 1841–1847)
    • Kingston Gazette (1810–1820)
    • Kingsville Reporter (1893–2001)
    • Leamington Post (1907–1995)
    • Marine Record/Review (1883–1902)
    • Newmarket Courier/Era (1863–2010)
    • Orono Weekly Times (1941–1984 with gaps)
    • Provincial Freeman (1853–1857)
    • St. Catharines BMD index (1831–2015)
    • Stouffville Sun-Tribune (1888–2007)
    • True Royalist (1860–1861)
    • Upper Canada Herald (Kingston; 1819–1847)
    • Voice of the Fugitive (1851–1852)
    • Walkerville Mercury (1890–1891)
    • Walkerville News (1934–1936)
    • Western Herald (1838–1842)
    • Whitchurch-Stouffville Newspaper Index
    • Windsor Evening Record (1893–1918)
    • Windsor Herald (1855–1856)
  • Paper of Record Subscription-based archive of historic world newspapers with focus on Canada. Acquired by Google News in Sept 2006. As of August 2009 some but not all of the files available from database were made available to users by Google News through its advanced archive search. (Google News forum discussion) Google's list of papers transferred
  • The Record multipaper site Pay
    • Guelph Mercury (1999– )
    • Hamilton Spectator (1991– )
    • New Hamburg Independent (1999– )
    • The Record [Waterloo] (1999– )
    • Toronto Star (1985– )
    • Waterloo Chronicle (1999– )
  • The Review (Vankleek Hill) (1893–1904, 2006–2010) Includes archive of General Advertiser. Pay
  • Pages of the Past (Toronto Star, 1892–2008) PDF format Pay
  • Thunder Bay Public Library index only Free
    • Thunder Bay Sentinel BMD index (1875–1879, 1891–1895)
    • Fort William Daily Times Journal BMD index (1900–1913)
    • Fort William Daily Times Journal obituary index (1900–1972)
    • Fort William Daily Times Journal social news index (1914–1920)
    • Port Arthur Daily News/News-Chronicle obituary index (1906–1972)
    • Port Arthur Daily News/News-Chronicle social news and 1914 war references index (1915–1942)
    • Port Arthur News-Chronicle social news index (1943-1951, 1952-1961)
    • Thunder Bay Chronicle Journal obituary index (1972–1989, 1988–1997, 1998–2013)
    • Thunder Bay Chronicle Journal social news index (2000-2009, 2010-2014)
  • Toronto Star (1985– ) Pay text; available through most libraries

Québec[edit]

Saskatchewan[edit]

Multiprovince[edit]

Caribbean[edit]

Chile[edit]

China[edit]

Colombia[edit]

  • El Tiempo (1911-2007) (1990-present)

Costa Rica[edit]

  • La Nación (1946-1991) (1995-present)

Croatia[edit]

Cuba[edit]

Cyprus[edit]

Czech Republic[edit]

Denmark[edit]

Dominican Republic[edit]

  • Listín Diario (1899-1996) (Coming soon to Google Newspaper Archives)

Ecuador[edit]

Equatorial Guinea[edit]

Estonia[edit]

Europe[edit]

Faroe Islands[edit]

Finland[edit]

France[edit]


Rhône-Alpes region[edit]

Germany[edit]

Greece[edit]

Guam[edit]

Hong Kong[edit]

Hungary[edit]

Iceland[edit]

India[edit]

Iran[edit]

Ireland[edit]

Israel[edit]

  • Jerusalem Post (1989– ) Free abstracts; Pay text (no images)
  • Haaretz (1994– ) (Hebrew) Pay (text)
  • Israel Hayom: (2007–present) (Hebrew) Free
  • Jewish National and University Library (19th–20th centuries) Hebrew newspapers Free
    • Halevanon (1863–1886)
    • Hamagid (1856–1903)
    • Havazelet (1863–1911)
    • Hazefirah (1862–1931)
    • Hameliz (1860–1904)
    • Hazevi/Haor/Hashkafa (1884–1914)
  • National Library of Israel (19th–20th centuries) Jewish newspapers published in multiple languages and countries Free
    • Al HaMishmar [Hebrew] (Palestine/Israel; 1943–1995)
    • L'Avenir Illustré [French] (Casablanca; 1926–1940)
    • Bulletin de l'Alliance Israélite Universelle [French] (Paris; 1860–1913)
    • B'nai B'rith Messenger (1898–1921)
    • Davar [Hebrew] (Palestine/Israel; 1925–1981)
    • Doar Hayom [Hebrew] (Jerusalem; 1916–1936)
    • Egyenlőség [Hungarian] (Budapest; 1892–1905)
    • Forward/Forverts [Yiddish] (New York; 1897–2015)
    • Habazeleth [Hebrew] (Palestine; 1863, 1870–1911)
    • Ha-'Am [Hebrew] (Moscow; 1916–1918)
    • Ha-Levanon [Hebrew] (Jerusalem, Paris, Mainz, and London; 1863–1886)
    • Ha-Magid [Hebrew] (Lyck, Berlin, Kraków, and Vienna; 1856–1903)
    • Ha-Melitz [Hebrew] (Odessa and St. Petersburg; 1860–1872, 1879–1904)
    • Ha-Micpe [Hebrew] (Kraków; 1904–1915, 1917–1921)
    • Ha-Mizrachi [Hebrew] (Warsaw; 1918–1924)
    • Ha-Modia [Hebrew] (Poltava, Russia; 1910–1915)
    • Ha-Po’eel Ha-Tsa’air [Hebrew] (Palestine; 1907–1970)
    • Ha-Tzofeh [Hebrew] (Tel Aviv; 1937–1953)
    • Ha-Yom [Hebrew] (St. Petersburg; 1886–1888)
    • Ha-Zefira [Hebrew] (Warsaw and Berlin; 1862, 1874–1906, 1910–1921, 1926–1928, 1931)
    • Ha-Zman [Hebrew] (St. Petersburg; 1903–1915)
    • Ha-Zvi/Ha-Or [Hebrew] (Palestine; 1884–1901, 1909–1915)
    • Hameasef [Hebrew] (Jerusalem; 1896–1914)
    • Hashkafa [Hebrew] (Palestine; 1896–1908)
    • Haynt [Yiddish] (Poland; 1915–1939)
    • Hed Ha-Mizrach: Journal for Sephardic Jewry [Hebrew] (Israel; 1942–1944, 1949–1951)
    • Herut [Hebrew] (Israel; 1949–1957)
    • Information Juive [French] (Algiers, Algeria and Paris, France; 1948–1977)
    • Ivri Anochi [Hebrew] (Lwów and Brody; 1865–1890)
    • Israël [French] (Cairo; 1920–1939)
    • Jewish Morning Journal [Yiddish] (New York; 1906–1922)
    • Kol HaAm [Hebrew] (Tel Aviv; 1937–1950)
    • Lebens Fragen [Yiddish] (Tel Aviv; 1951–2011)
    • La Liberté [French and Judeo-Arabic] (Tangier; 1915–1922)
    • Maariv [Hebrew] (Israel; 1948–1971, 1973, 1979, 1984–1988)
    • Maguid Micharim/Le Tétouanais [Hebrew] (Oran, Algeria; 1895–1896)
    • Mahziqey Ha-Dat/Qol Mahziqey Ha-Dat [Hebrew] (Lwów; 1879–1913)
    • Der Moment [Yiddish] (Warsaw; 1910–1924)
    • Moria [Hebrew] (Jerusalem; 1910–1915)
    • Noar [French] (Casablanca; 1945–1952)
    • Paix et Droit [French] (Paris; 1921–1940)
    • The Palestine Bulletin [English] (Jerusalem; 1932–1950)
    • The Palestine Post [English] (Palestine; 1932–1950)
    • The Occident and American Jewish Advocate [English] (Philadelphia; 1843–1869)
    • La Voix des Communautés [French] (Rabat, Morocco; 1950–1956, 1961–1963)
    • Die Wahrheit [Yiddish] (New York; 1905–1919)

Italy[edit]

Japan[edit]

Kenya[edit]

Korea[edit]

Latvia[edit]

Lebanon[edit]

  • Almustaqbal Lebanese newspaper archive html articles and pdf are available on the website.
  • The Daily Star (1952-2000) (Coming soon to Google Newspaper Archives)

Liechtenstein[edit]

Lithuania[edit]

Luxembourg[edit]

  • National Library of Luxembourg Free
    • Luxemburger Wort (1848–1950)
    • Escher Tageblatt (1913–1950)
    • Courrier du Grand-Duché de Luxembourg (1844-1868)
    • D'Wäschfra (1868-1884)
    • De Mitock (1937-1940)
    • Das Luxemburger Land in Wort und Bild (1895)
    • Various other newspapers Images only

Malawi[edit]

Malaysia[edit]

  • New Straits Times (1972-present)

Malta[edit]

Mexico[edit]

Morocco[edit]

  • National Library of Israel (19th-20th centuries) Jewish newspapers Free
    • L'Avenir Illustré [French] (Casablanca; 1926–1940)
    • La Liberté [French and Judeo-Arabic] (Tangier; 1915–1922)
    • Noar [French] (Casablanca; 1945–1952)
    • La Voix des Communautés [French] (Rabat; 1950–1956, 1961–1963)

Namibia[edit]

Nepal[edit]

  • The Himalayan Times
  • Kantipur
  • The Kathmandu Post
  • Nagarik
  • Naya Patrika
  • Nepal Sandesh
  • suchanaexpress.com

Netherlands[edit]

  • Lokale en regionale kranten uit het westelijk Gelders Rivierengebied
    • Bommels Weekblad (1969)
    • Bommelsch Nieuwsblad (1898)
    • Bommelsche Courant (1874-1896)
    • Culemborgsch Nieuws- en Advertentieblad (1884-1918)
    • Culemborgsche Courant (1860-1950)
    • Dag-Bulletin, editie Culemborg (1945)
    • De Bommelaar (1979-1980)
    • De Bommelerwaard (1942-1965)
    • De Kroniek (1945)
    • De Midden Nederlander (1945)
    • De Schijnwerper (1956-1959)
    • De Stimulans (1958-1980)
    • De Teisterbander (1942-1945)
    • De Teisterbander, ed. Culemborg (1942)
    • De Toren (1969-2008)
    • De Waalbode (1919-1941)
    • Deze Week in Stad en Streek (1965-1969)
    • Gratis Advertentieblad (1915-1917)
    • Het Goedkoope Reclameblad (1926)
    • Het Nieuws (1942)
    • Het Weekblad voor Zaltbommel, Bommeler- en Tielerwaard (1927-1941)
    • Humoristisch Weekblad (1875)
    • Journal du Département des Bouches du Rhine (1810-1812)
    • Katholiek Zondagsblad voor Tiel en Omstreken (1908-1910)
    • Nieuwe Bommelsche Courant (1891-1896)
    • Nieuwe Tielsche Courant (1869-1950)
    • Nieuws- en Advertentieblad voor Geldermalsen en Omstreken (1945-1946)
    • Nieuws- en Advertentieblad voor Zaltbommel en Omstreken (1936)
    • Ons Weekblad. R.K. Orgaan voor Tiel en Omstreken (1910-1919)
    • Onze Winkelweek (1926)
    • Tielsch Nieuwsblad (1920-1928)
    • Tielsch Stads- en arrondissements weekblad (1844-1869)
    • Tiels(ch)e Courant (1850-1950)
    • Zaltbommels Nieuws- en Advertentieblad (1873-1874)
    • Zaltbommelsch Nieuws- en Advertentieblad (1916-1941)
    • Zalt-Bommelsche Courant (1897-1933)
    • Zaltbommelsche Courant (1935-1940)
  • Gemeentearchief Roermond digitaal krantenarchief
  • Regional Archive Rijnlands Midden Free
  • Koninklijke Bibliotheek (1618–1995) Free Dutch newspapers from Dutch East Indies, Netherlands Antilles, Suriname, U.S.
  • Krantenbank Zeeland Zeeuwse Bibliotheek Free
  • Leeuwarder Courant archive
    • Dagblad van het Noorden (2006–)
    • Leeuwarder Courant (1752–)
    • Nieuwsblad van het Noorden (1968–2002)
    • Frisia (1896–1977) and numerous other newspapers
  • City of Leiden's newspapers 1720–1995 Free
  • Utrechts Nieuwsblad (1893–1967) Free
  • Digital newspaper archive Eemland Free
    • Amersfoortsch Dagblad
    • Amersfoortsch Dagblad / De Eemlander
    • Nieuwe Amersfoortsche Courant
    • Weekblad voor Amersfoort en Omstreken
    • De Eemlander
    • Dagblad voor Amersfoort
    • Amersfoortsche Courant
    • De Eembode
    • Arrondissementsbode van Amersfoort
    • Leusder Krant
    • Eemnesser Courant
    • Amersfoortse Courant
    • De Kampbode
    • Le Courrier

New Zealand[edit]

Nicaragua[edit]

Norway[edit]


Peru[edit]

  • La República (1981-1996) (Coming soon to Google Newspaper Archives)

Philippines[edit]

Poland[edit]

Portugal[edit]

Puerto Rico[edit]

Réunion[edit]

Romania[edit]

Russia[edit]

Samoa[edit]

see the entry for National Library of New Zealand: Papers Past

Serbia[edit]

Sierra Leone[edit]

Singapore[edit]

  • NewspaperSG Partial remote access
    • Berita Harian (1957–2009)
    • Business Times (1976–2009)
    • Daily Advertiser (1890–1894)
    • Eastern Daily Mail and Straits Morning Advertiser (1905–1907)
    • Lianhe Zaobao (1983-2009)
    • Malayan Saturday Post (1924–1933)
    • Mid-day Herald (1895–1896)
    • New Paper (1988-2009)
    • Singapore Chronicle and Commercial Register (1831, 1833, 1836)
    • Singapore Daily News (1932–1933)
    • Singapore Free Press (1925–1926, 1930, 1946–1962)
    • Singapore Free Press and Mercantile Advertiser (1835–1869, 1884–1942)
    • Singapore Weekly Herald (1888–1889)
    • Straits Advocate (1889)
    • Straits Chinese Herald (1894)
    • Straits Eurasian Advocate (1888)
    • Straits Mail (1894–1895)
    • Straits Observer (Singapore) (1874–1876, 1897)
    • Straits Telegraph and Daily Advertiser (1899)
    • Straits Times (1845–2009)
    • Straits Times Overland Journal (1869–1870, 1871–1874, 1876–1881)
    • Straits Times Weekly Issue (1883–1884, 1886–1887, 1889–1893)
    • Today (2000–2009)
    • Weekly Sun (1910–1913)
  • Newslink Pay

Slovakia[edit]

Slovenia[edit]

South Africa[edit]

South Korea[edit]

Spain[edit]

Andalusia[edit]

Catalonia[edit]

Basque[edit]

Galicia[edit]

Canary Islands[edit]

Sri Lanka[edit]

Sweden[edit]

Switzerland[edit]

Tanzania (Zanzibar)[edit]

Thailand[edit]

  • Bangkok Post (1996-present)

Turkey[edit]

Uganda[edit]

United Kingdom[edit]

England[edit]

Isle of Man[edit]

  • Manx Newspapers and Publications (1792–1960) Pay includes World War I German-language internment camp newspapers
    • Castletown Gazette (1952–1953)
    • Green Final (1924–1964)
    • Holiday News (1957–1966)
    • Isle of Man Daily Times (1958–1961)
    • Isle of Man Examiner (1880–1960)
    • Isle of Man Times (1847–1960)
    • Isle of Man Weekly Advertising Circular (1849–1884)
    • Isle of Man Weekly Gazette (1812–1824)
    • Manks Advertiser (1801–1845)
    • Manks Mercury (1792–1795)
    • Manx Cat (1847–1848)
    • Manx Free Press (1923–1930)
    • Manx Liberal (1836–1850)
    • Manx Rising Sun (1824–1827)
    • Manx Star (1928–1930)
    • Manx Sun (1827–1906)
    • Manxman (1842 and 1895–1900, separate publications with the same title)
    • Mona Daily Programme (1876)
    • Mona’s Herald (1833–1960)
    • Peel City Guardian (1885–1963)
    • Peel Sentinel (1904–1905)
    • Ramsey Chronicle (1924–1927)
    • Ramsey Courier (1885–1961)
    • Ramsey Weekly News (1895–1904)
    • Rising Sun (1822–1824)
    • TT Special (1930–1961)

Northern Ireland[edit]

Scotland[edit]

Wales[edit]

National[edit]

United States[edit]

Alabama[edit]

Alaska[edit]

  • Alaska Newspapers Index (1901–1999) Free index only
    • Alaska Citizen (1912–1920)
    • Chena Herald (1904–1905)
    • Fairbanks Daily News (1904–1975)
    • Fairbanks Daily News Miner (3/23/1909)
    • Fairbanks Daily Times (1904–1916)
    • Fairbanks Weekly News (1903–1908)
    • Hot Springs Echo (1907–1912)
    • Juneau Empire (1992–1999)
    • Nenana News (1916–1972)
    • Northern Light (1906–1907)
    • Rampart Miner (1901–1902)
    • Tanana Daily Miner (1902–1906)
    • Tanana Daily Star (1910–1915)
    • Tanana Leader (1909–1910)
    • Tanana Tribune (1907–1909)
    • Yukon Press (1905–1906)
  • Petersburg Public Library (1913–1931) Free
    • Petersburg Herald (1924–1926)
    • Petersburg Press (1926–1931)
    • Petersburg Weekly Report (1914–1924)
    • Progressive, The (1913–1914)

Arizona[edit]

Arkansas[edit]

California[edit]

Colorado[edit]

Connecticut[edit]

Delaware[edit]

District of Columbia[edit]

Florida[edit]

Georgia[edit]

Hawaii[edit]

Idaho[edit]

Illinois[edit]

Indiana[edit]

Iowa[edit]

Kansas[edit]

  • Rossville Community Library Free
    • Obituary index (Excel file)
    • Obituary collection (scanned)
  • Rush County obituaries index (1874–1951) Free index only
    • Bison Bee 1902–1918
    • Bison Courier 1930–1938
    • McCracken Midget 1949–1951
    • McCracken Republican 1900–1902
    • Rush County Leader 1895
    • (Walnut City) Democrat
    • Walnut Valley Standard 1874–1901
    • Walnut Valley Standard 1893–1896
    • Walnut City Gazette 1886–1890

Kentucky[edit]

Louisiana[edit]

Maine[edit]

Maryland[edit]

Massachusetts[edit]

Michigan[edit]

Minnesota[edit]

  • Brainerd Historic Newspapers Free
    • Brainerd Dispatch (1883–1901)
    • Brainerd Tribune (1872–1882)
  • Chaska Valley Herald (1862–1887) Free
  • The Duluth Evening Herald Free 1397 Volumes Scanned
    • The Duluth Evening Herald (1883–1914)
  • Farm, Field and Fireside Agricultural Newspaper Collection (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign) Free
    • Farmer's Wife; St. Paul, Minnesota (1906–1939)
  • Historical Society of Minnesota Digital Newspaper Project Free
    • The Afro-American advance (Minneapolis, Minn.)
    • Afro-independent (St. Paul, Minn.)
    • The Aitkin age (Aitkin, Aitkin County, Minn.)
    • The Aitkin independent (Aitkin, Aitkin County, Minn.)
    • Aitkin independent age (Aitkin, Aitkin County, Minn.)
    • The American issue (Westerville, Ohio : Minnesota edition)
    • The Anoka star (Anoka, Minn.)
    • The appeal (Saint Paul, Minn.)
    • The Bemidji daily pioneer (Bemidji, Minn.)
    • The Bemidji pioneer (Bemidji, Minn.)
    • Border budget (Koochiching, Itasca County, Minn.)
    • Both sides (Minneapolis, Minn.)
    • The broad axe (Saint Paul, Minn.)
    • Caledonia argus (Caledonia, Minn.)
    • Cannon Falls beacon (Cannon Falls, Minn.)
    • The Cook County herald (Grand Marais, Minn.)
    • The Cook County news-herald (Grand Marais, Cook County, Minn.)
    • The courier (Preston, Minn.)
    • Daily globe (St. Paul, Minn.)
    • The daily people's press (Owatonna, Steele County, Minn.)
    • The daily pioneer (Bemidji, Beltrami Co., Minn.)
    • Dodge Center press (Dodge Center, Minn.)
    • Duluth evening herald (Duluth, Minn.)
    • The Duluth herald (Duluth, Minn.)
    • The Dundas news (Dundas, Rice County, Minn.)
    • The Eveleth leader. (Eveleth, Minn.)
    • The Eveleth news. (Eveleth, Minn.)
    • Eveleth Republican. (Eveleth, St. Louis County, Minn.)
    • The Eveleth star. (Eveleth, Minn.)
    • Federal union (Rochester, Minn.)
    • Finance and commerce of the Twin Cities (Minneapolis, Minn.)
    • Der fortschritt (New Ulm, Minn.)
    • The free homestead (Winnebago City, Minn.)
    • The Freeborn County eagle (Albert Lea, Minn.)
    • Freeborn County standard (Albert Lea, Minn.)
    • The Goodhue volunteer (Red Wing, Goodhue County, Minn.)
    • The Grange advance (Red Wing, Minn.)
    • The Hastings conserver (Hastings, Dakota County, Minn.)
    • The inter-county press (Saint Charles, Winona County, Minn.)
    • International Falls press (International Falls, Minn.)
    • International Falls press and border budget (International Falls, Minn.)
    • The Koochiching press (International Falls, Minn.)
    • The labor world (Duluth, Minn.)
    • Little Falls herald (Little Falls, Morrison County, Minn.)
    • Little Falls transcript (Little Falls, Morrison County, Minn.)
    • Little Falls weekly transcript (Little Falls, Morrison Co., Minn.)
    • The Mankato union (Mankato, Blue Earth County, Minn.)
    • The Mankato weekly union (Mankato, Blue Earth County, Minn.)
    • Mantorville and Kasson express (Mantorville and Kasson, Dodge County, Minn. )
    • The Mantorville express (Mantorville, Dodge County, M.T. [Minn.])
    • The Mantorville express (Mantorville, Dodge County, Minn.)
    • The Minneapolis journal (Minneapolis, Minn.)
    • The Minneapolis messenger (Minneapolis, Minn.)
    • The Minneapolis observer (Minneapolis, Minn.)
    • Minnesota farm review (Minneapolis, Minn.)
    • The Minnesota farmer (Minneapolis, Minn.)
    • The Minnesota issue (Minneapolis, Minn.)
    • The Minnesota messenger (Minneapolis, Minn.)
    • The Minnesota record (Rochester, Minn.)
    • Minnesota Staats-Zeitung (Saint Paul, Minn.)
    • The Mississippi Valley lumberman (Minneapolis, Minn.)
    • Mississippi Valley lumberman and manufacturer (Minneapolis, Minn.)
    • Mower County news (Austin, Minn.)
    • Mower County register (Austin, Minn.)
    • Mower County transcript (Lansing, Minn.)
    • Mower County transcript-republican (Austin, Mower County, Minn.)
    • The National advocate (Minneapolis, Minn.)
    • The Negro world (St. Paul, Minn.)
    • New Ulm review (New Ulm, Brown County, Minn.)
    • New Ulm weekly review (New Ulm, Minn.)
    • The news (Zumbrota, Goodhue County, Minn.)
    • Der Nordstern (St. Cloud, Minn.)
    • The North (Minneapolis, Minn.)
    • The Northern Pacific farmer (Wadena, Minn.)
    • The Northfield news (Northfield, Minn.)
    • The northwestern bulletin (St. Paul, Minn.)
    • Northwestern-vine (Minneapolis, Minn.)
    • Our side (Minneapolis, Minn.)
    • The Owatonna plaindealer (Owatonna, Steele Co., Minn.)
    • The people's press (Owatonna, Steele County, Minn.)
    • Pine Island journal (Pine Island, Goodhue County, Minn.)
    • Pine Island record (Pine Island, Minn.)
    • The Pioneer and Democrat (Saint Paul, Minn.)
    • The Post and record (Rochester, Minn.)
    • The press (Dodge Center, Minn.)
    • The Preston democrat (Preston, Fillmore County, Minn.)
    • The Preston republican (Preston, Minn.)
    • Preston times (Preston, Fillmore County, Minn.)
    • The Princeton union (Princeton, Minn.)
    • The Progress (White Earth, Minn.)
    • The protest (Minneapolis, Minn.)
    • The record and union (Rochester, Olmsted County, Minn.)
    • Red Lake news (Red Lake, Minn.)
    • Red Wing sentinel (Red Wing, M.T. [i.e. , Minn.])
    • Rochester city news (Rochester, Olmsted Co., Minn.)
    • The Rochester city post (Rochester, Olmsted County, Minn.)
    • Rochester daily post and record (Rochester, Olmsted County, Minn.)
    • Rochester news (Rochester, Olmsted Co., Minn.)
    • The Rochester post (Rochester, Olmsted Co., Minn.)
    • Rochester Republican (Rochester, Olmsted Co., Minn.)
    • Rochester semi-weekly central record (Rochester, Minn.)
    • Rochester weekly central record (Rochester, Minn.)
    • Roseau County times (Roseau, Minn.)
    • The Saint Paul daily press (St. Paul, Minn.)
    • The Saint Paul globe (St. Paul, Minn.)
    • The Saint Paul press (St. Paul, Minn.)
    • The Shakopee Argus (Shakopee, Minn.)
    • Shakopee weekly Argus (Shakopee, Minn.)
    • Southern Minnesota star (Albert Lea, Freeborn County, Minn.)
    • St. Charles union (St. Charles, Winona County, Minn.)
    • St. Cloud Democrat (Saint Cloud, Stearns County, Minn.)
    • The St. Cloud journal (St. Cloud, Minn.)
    • St. Cloud visiter [sic] (St. Cloud, Stearns County, Minn.)
    • St. Paul daily globe (Saint Paul, Minn.)
    • State Fair post (Rochester, Minn.)
    • Stillwater messenger (Stillwater, Minn.)
    • The Stillwater messenger (Stillwater, Minn.)
    • The Stillwater Republican (Stillwater, Minn.)
    • Taylors Falls reporter (Taylors Falls, Chisago County, Minn.)
    • Taylors Falls reporter (Taylors Falls, Minn.)
    • The Tomahawk (White Earth, Becker County, Minn.)
    • Tower weekly news (Tower, Minn.)
    • The Twin City guardian (St. Paul, Minn.)
    • The Twin City star (Minneapolis, Minn.)
    • The Twin-City American (Minneapolis, Minn.)
    • Two Harbors iron news (Two Harbors, Lake County, Minn.)
    • Valley herald (Chaska, Minn.)
    • The Virginia enterprise (Virginia, St. Louis County, Minn.)
    • Wabasha County herald (Wabasha, Minn.)
    • The Wabasha herald (Wabasha, Minn.)
    • The Wabasha herald (Wabasha, Wabasha County, Minn.)
    • Wabasha weekly herald (Wabasha, Minn.)
    • The Wabashaw County herald (Read's Landing, Minn.)
    • The Wabashaw County herald (Wabashaw, Minn.)
    • Wabashaw semi-weekly co. herald (Wabashaw, Minn.)
    • The Wabashaw weekly county herald (Read's Landing, Minn.)
    • Warren sheaf (Warren, Marshall County, Minn.)
    • The Waumadee herald (Read's Landing, Minn.)
    • The weekly valley herald (Chaska, Minn.)
    • The Western advance (Worthington, Minn.)
    • Western appeal (Saint Paul, Minn.)
    • Willmar tribune (Willmar, Minn.)
    • The Winona County union-free press (Saint Charles, Winona County, Minn.)
    • The world (Duluth, Minn.)
    • The Worthington advance (Worthington, Minn.)
    • Worthington daily advance (Worthington, Minn.)
    • Zumbrota independent (Zumbrota, Minn.)
    • The Zumbrota news (Zumbrota, Goodhue County, Minn.)
  • Holt Weekly News (1911–1952) Free
  • (Minneapolis) Labor Review (1907– ) Free
  • St. Cloud Times (2002– ) Pay
  • St. Cloud Times obituary index (1928–2013) index only Free
  • (St. Paul) Union Advocate Free
  • Southwest Newspapers (2000–2012) Pay
    • Chanhassen Villager
    • Chaska Herald
    • Eden Prairie News
    • Jordan Independent
    • Prior Lake American
    • Savage Pacer
    • Shakopee Valley News
  • Winona Newspaper Project (1855–1946) in image Free
    • Winona Argus
    • Winona Daily News
    • Winona Daily Republican
    • Winona Republican-Herald

Mississippi[edit]

Missouri[edit]

  • The American Jewess (1895–1899) Free
  • Chillicothe Constitution-Tribune, archives, Livingston County (1889–2008) Free
    • Chillicothe Constitution (Chillicothe, Mo) 1889–1928
    • Chillicothe Constitution-Tribune (Chillicothe, Mo) 1930–1985
    • Constitution Tribune (Chillicothe, Mo) 1927–2009
    • Constitution-Tribune (Chillicothe, Mo) 2007–2008
  • Friedens Messenger (?–1940) Pay publication of Friedens United Church of Christ, St. Louis
  • Missouri Digital Heritage Free
    • Border Star/Weekly Border Star (1858–1860)
    • Cape Girardeau Argus (1863–1871)
    • Columbia Missourian (1929, 1969–1975)
    • Daily Evening Herald and Commercial Advertiser (Jun–Oct 1835)
    • Far West (Aug 11–Oct 6, 1836)
    • Hannibal Clipper (1874–1875, 1877)
    • Hannibal Courier-Post (Oct 1935)
    • Liberty Banner (Mar 3, 1844))
    • Liberty Tribune (1846–1848, 1852–1867, 1869–1878, 1880, 1882, 1883)
    • Phelps County New Era (1875–1878)
    • Rolla Express (Oct 1860–May 1863, Nov 1872–Dec 1873)
    • Rolla New Era (Apr 10, 1880–Mar 13, 1897, intermittent)
    • St. Louis Christian Advocate (Aug 22, 1857–Oct 22, 1879)
    • St. Louis Palladium (1904)
  • Houston Herald (1881– ) Pay
  • O'Dell's Abstracted Newspaper Index (1859–2014) covers newspapers of southwest Iowa and northwest Missouri Free
  • Scenic Regional Library (Franklin, Gasconade, and Warren counties) Free
    • Bland Courier (1914–1924)
    • Franklin County Observer (1893–1926)
    • Franklin County Tribune (1899–1916)
    • Gasconade County Republican (1905–1922)
    • Hermann Advertiser and Advertiser-Courier (1875–1922)
    • Marthasville Record (1901–1922)
    • New Haven Leader (1903–1918)
    • Pacific Transcript (1895–1921)
    • Sullivan News (1910–1950)
    • Sullivan Sentinel (1901–1914)
    • Union Republican Headlight (1904–1919)
    • Union Republican Tribune (1919–1922)
    • Warrenton Banner (1902–1924)
    • Washington Citizen (1905–1923)
  • Springfield News-Leader (2003– ) Pay
  • St. Louis Argus obituary index (1915–1919, 1921–1927, 1942–1945) index only Free
  • St. Louis Globe-Democrat clipping index (~1920–1990) index only Free
  • St. Louis Globe-Democrat death notices index (1860–1861, 1880–1881, 1883) covers Illinois and Missouri index only Free
  • St. Louis Post-Dispatch (1874– ) Pay
  • St. Louis Post-Dispatch death notices index (1975–1977) index only Free
  • St. Louis Post-Dispatch obituary index (1880–1930, 1942–1945, 1960–1969, 1992–2011) index only Free
  • State Historical Society of Missouri Digital Newspaper Project Free
    • Benton News Boy (Scott County; 1894-1897)
    • Benton Scott County Kicker (Scott County; 1901-1917)
    • Bolivar Free Press (Polk County; 1868-1875)
    • Boon's Lick Times and Glasgow Weekly Times (Howard County; 1840-1869)
    • Boonville Weekly Observer (Cooper County; 1854-1856)
    • Bowling Green Salt River Journal/Radical/Democratic Banner (Pike County; 1839-1851)
    • Buffalo Reflex (Dallas County; 1869-1873)
    • Butler Bates County Record (Bates County; 1868-1878)
    • California Loyal Missourian/Loyal Journal/Moniteau Journal (Moniteau County; 1866-1875)
    • California Moniteau County Democrat/California Democrat (Moniteau County; 1870-1876)
    • California Weekly News and Central Missourian (Moniteau County; 1858-1868)
    • Cape Girardeau Democrat (Cape Girardeau County; 1891-1901)
    • Carthage Banner (Jasper County; 1866-1879)
    • Charleston Courier (Mississippi County; 1859-1875)
    • Columbia Missourian (Boone County; 1908-1922)
    • Columbia Professional World (Boone County; 1901-1903)
    • Commerce Dispatch (Scott County; 1867-1872)
    • Doniphan Prospect (Ripley County; 1874-1878)
    • Hannibal Journal (Marion County; 1853-1853)
    • Hannibal Journal/Western Union (Marion County; 1850-1853)
    • Hayti Herald (Pemiscot County; 1909-1922)
    • Ironton Iron County Register (Iron County; 1867-1879)
    • Jackson Herald/Cape County Herald/Cape Weekly Tribune (Cape Girardeau County; 1901-1918)
    • Jackson Missouri Cash-Book (Cape Girardeau County; 1871-1878)
    • Jasper News (Jasper County; 1901-1922)
    • Jefferson City Missouri State Times (Cole County; 1863-1870)
    • Jefferson City Peoples' Tribune (Cole County; 1865-1878)
    • Jefferson City State Journal (Cole County; 1872-1878)
    • Jefferson City State Republican (Cole County; 1890-1896)
    • Kansas City Daily Journal of Commerce (Jackson County; 1865-1878)
    • Kansas City Journal (Jackson County; 1895-1899)
    • Kansas City Rising Sun (Jackson County; 1903-1907)
    • Kansas City Sun (Jackson County; 1914-1920)
    • Kirksville Weekly Graphic (Adair County; 1880-1896)
    • Lexington Missouri Valley Register (Lafayette County; 1866-1869)
    • Mexico Missouri Message (Audrain County; 1899-1918)
    • Mt. Vernon Fountain and Journal (Lawrence County; 1874-1880)
    • Lamar South-West Missourian (Barton County; 1870-1874)
    • Lincoln University Clarion (Cole County; 1935-1975)
    • Marshall Democrat (Saline County; 1858-1861)
    • Marshall Republican (Saline County; 1898-1914)
    • Marshall Saline County Progress (Saline County; 1868-1876)
    • Monroe City Democrat (Monroe County; 1898-1919)
    • Montgomery Tribune (Montgomery County; 1900-1910)
    • Neosho Times (Newton County; 1870-1876)
    • Oregon Holt County Sentinel (Holt County; 1865-1921)
    • Osceola Herald (Saint Clair County; 1866-1873)
    • Pleasant Hill Leader (Cass County; 1869-1873)
    • Rich Hill Tribune (Bates County; 1901-1910)
    • Richmond Democrat (Ray County; 1879-1888)
    • Rolla Weekly Herald (Phelps County; 1869-1876)
    • Sainte Genevieve Fair Play (Sainte Genevieve County; 1872-1921)
    • Savannah Andrew County Republican (Andrew County; 1871-1876)
    • Sedalia Democratic Press/Democrat/Weekly Democrat (Pettis County; 1868-1878)
    • Sedalia Weekly Bazoo (Pettis County; 1877-1893)
    • Sedalia Weekly Conservator (Pettis County; 1903-1908)
    • Springfield Mirror (Greene County; 1856-1859)
    • Springfield Missouri Weekly Patriot (Greene County; 1865-1876)
    • Springfield Leader (Greene County; 1867-1878)
    • St. Joseph Observer (Buchanan County; 1915-1922)
    • St. Louis Daily Missouri Republican (St. Louis County; 1854-1873)
    • St. Louis Republic (St. Louis County; 1900-1905)
    • St. Louis Republican (St. Louis County; 1873-1876)
    • Troy Lincoln County Herald (Lincoln County; 1866-1878)
    • Tuscumbia Osage Valley Banner (Miller County; 1879-1881)
    • Versailles Morgan County Democrat and Morgan County Republican (Morgan County; 1903-1914)
    • Vienna Banner of Liberty and Vienna Courier (Maries County; 1873-1875)
    • Warsaw Saturday Morning Visitor (Benton County; 1848-1849)

Montana[edit]

  • Bozeman High School (1939–2015) Free
    • Gallatin High News
    • Hawk Tawk
  • CharKoosta News (1956–1961, 1971–1988) Free
  • The Columbian (Columbia Falls; 1891–1925) Free
  • Gallatin County obituary index (1980–2013) downloadable PDF file Free
  • Great Falls Tribune (2002– ) Pay
  • <a href="http://montananewspapers.org/"</a>
    • Baker Sentinel (1912-1917, 1924-1925)
    • Big Timber Pioneer (1893–1901, 1914-2000)
    • Choteau Acantha (1904-1950, 1956-1959)
    • Choteau Calumet (1885-1889)
    • Choteau Montanan (1913-1924)
    • Choteau Montanian (1891–1892, 1901, 1904-1905)
    • (Choteau) Montanian and Chronicle (1902-1903)
    • Fallon County Times (1916-2005)
    • Fallonite (1916)
    • Ismay (1908-1910)
    • Ismay Journal (1910-1913)
    • Little Rockies Miner (1907-1909)
    • (Polson) Flathead Courier (1910-1922)
    • (Polson) Lake Shore Sentinel (1909-1911)
    • Poplar Shopper (1975-1998)
    • Poplar Standard: A Good Newspaper (1975)
    • Poplar Standard: Voice of the Oil City (1955, 1960-1965, 1975-1976)
    • Saco Independent (1912-1916, 1919, 1921-1922)
    • Teton Chronicle (1897-1898, 1900-1901)
    • Wotanin Wowapi (1972-1973, 1975-2007)
    • (Baker) Advocate (1925)
    • Baker Sentinel (1914–1925)
    • (Baker) Fallon County Times (1916–2005)
    • (Baker) Fallonite (1916)
    • Bear Paw Mountaineer (1911–1921)
    • Big Timber Pioneer (1893–1975, 1975–1982, 1983–2003)
    • (Billings) Buzzer (1955)
    • (Billings) Eastern Highlights (1964)
    • (Billings) Eastern State (1945–1946)
    • (Billings) Emcoe (1949–1959)
    • (Billings) Pulp (1970)
    • (Billings) Retort (1959–2014)
    • (Billings) Rimrock Echo (1929–1943)
    • (Billings) Semcoe (1954)
    • (Billings) Yellow Jacket (1953)
    • (Billings) You Name It (1949)
    • Choteau Acantha (1904–2010)
    • Choteau Calumet (1885–1889)
    • Choteau Montanan (1913–1924)
    • (Choteau) Montanian (1891–1905)
    • (Choteau) Montanian and Chronicle (1901–1903)
    • (Choteau) Teton Chronicle (1897–1901)
    • (Columbia Falls) Columbian (1891–1897, 1905–1925)
    • (Columbia Falls) Hendricks' Columbian (1903–1905)
    • Dillon Tribune (1889–1891)
    • (Dillon) Monmal (1906–1918)
    • (Dillon) Montanomal (1926–1949)
    • (Dillon) Summer Script (1985)
    • (Dillon) Western Wire (2002–2004)
    • (Dillon) Wescolite (1949–2009)
    • (Dixon) Char-Koosta (1971–1985)
    • (Eureka) Evergreen) (1946–1968)
    • (Eureka) Ksanka Annex (1940–1943)
    • (Fort Benton) River Press (1889–1901)
    • (Helena) Mount Saint Charles Scholastic (1912–1916)
    • (Helena) Prospector (1916–2015)
    • (Helena) Tumbleweed (1975–1977)
    • Ismay, The (1908–1910)
    • Ismay Journal (1910–1913)
    • Kendall Chronicle (1902–1903)
    • Kendall Miner (1905–1911)
    • (Pablo) Char-Koosta News (1985–1988)
    • (Plains) Sanders County Democrat (1909–1910)
    • (Plains) Sanders County Signal (1906–1924)
    • (Polson) Flathead Courier (1910–1963)
    • (Polson) Lakeshore Sentinel (1909–1911)
    • (Ronan?) Char-Koosta (1956–1961)
    • Roundup Record (1914–1919)
    • Saco Independent (1912–1922)
    • (Thompson Falls) Sanders County Independent Ledger (1918)
    • (Thompson Falls) Sanders County Ledger (1905–1918)
    • (Thompson Falls) Weekly Montanian (1894–1896)
    • (Zortman) Little Rockies Miner (1907–1909)
  • Montana State University Exponent (1895–2014) student newspaper Free

Nebraska[edit]

Nevada[edit]

New Jersey[edit]

New Mexico[edit]

  • Santa Fe New Mexican historical archive Pay
    • Santa Fe New Mexican (1849–2013)
    • Santa Fe Daily New Mexican (1868–2011)
    • Santa Fe New Mexican Eldorado (2007)
    • Santa Fe New Mexican Review (1883–1899)
    • El Nuevo Mexicano (1863–1934)
    • Santa Fe Daily New Mexican Review (1885)
    • Santa Fe Republican (1847–1949)
    • Santa Fe Weekly New Mexican Review (1883–1895)
    • Santa Fe Weekly New Mexican Review (1884–1887)
    • Santa Fe Weekly New Mexican (1871–1888)
  • White Sands Missile Range newspapers Free
    • Missile Ranger (1969–1990)
    • Wind and Sand (1950–1969)

New York[edit]

  • Allegany Public Library Free
    • Allegany Citizen (1896–1976)
    • National Tribune (1942)
    • Portville Star (1903)
    • Times Herald (1954)
  • Aufbau (1934–2004) Free
  • Binghamton Press and Sun-Bulletin (1999– ) Pay
  • Brewster Standard (1870–1982) Brewster Public Library Free
  • Burden Iron Company death notice clippings index (1890–1895) index only Free
  • Burden Iron Company marriage notice extractions index only Free
  • Brooklyn Daily Eagle (1841–1955) Brooklyn Public Library Free
  • Buffalo Jazz Report (1974–1978) Free
  • Catskill Mountain News (1902–1943) Margaretville Free
  • Columbia University Spectator student newspaper (1877–2012) Free
  • Cornell University Daily Sun student newspaper (1880–1981) Free
  • Elmira Star-Gazette (1999– ) Pay
  • Freedom's Journal (1827–1829) New York City Free
  • Friend of Man (1836–1842) Utica Free
  • Gildersleeve Scrapbooks obituary index (1915–1982) from Mattituck-area newspapers index only Free
  • The Griffin (1933–1948) Canisius College, Buffalo Free
  • Hudson River Valley historical newspapers (1831–2013) Free
  • International Business Times Free
  • Ithaca Journal (2002– ) Pay
  • Lansingburgh newspaper death notices index (1787–1895) index only Free
  • Lansingburgh newspaper marriage notices index (1787–1895) index only Free
  • Melville Newsday (1985– ) Pay
  • National Library of Israel (19th–20th centuries) Jewish newspapers Free
    • Forward/Forverts [Yiddish] (New York; 1897–2015)
    • Jewish Morning Journal [Yiddish] (New York; 1906–1922)
    • Die Wahrheit [Yiddish] (New York; 1905–1919)
  • New York Daily Tribune (1842–1866) New York City Free
  • New York Evening Post death notices (1801–1890) Pay
  • New York Journal (1897–1899) William Randolph Hearst newspaper Free
    • The Journal (1896)
    • New York Journal (1896–1897)
    • New York Journal and Advertiser (1897–1899)
  • New York Post (1998– ) in text Pay
  • New York State Historic Newspapers Northern New York Library Council, Rochester Regional Library Council Free
    • 5th Freedom (1971-198?)
    • The A.T. Eye (1956-1963)
    • The A.T. See (1970-1971)
    • Adirondack Daily Enterprise (1927-current)
    • Adirondack Mountain Sun (1992-2004)
    • Adirondack News (1887-1934)
    • Adirondack Record-Elizabethtown Post (1917–1971)
    • Adirondack Record (1908-1920)
    • Akwesasne Indian Time (1982–2002)
    • Arcadian Weekly Gazette (April 1889–March 1892, March 1893–March 1906)
    • Brockport Republic (October 1854–December 1972)
    • Canton Commercial Advertiser (1900–1952 )
    • Cardinal Points of SUNY Plattsburgh (1940–2006)
    • Catholic Journal (October 1889–March 1929)
    • Catholic Courier Journal (March 1929–January 1933)
    • Catholic Courier (January 1933–April 1945)
    • Catholic Courier Journal (April 1945–March 1968)
    • Catholic Journal (March 1968–February 1989)
    • Catholic Courier (February 1989–December 2004)
    • Chateaugay Journal & Chateaugay Record (1881–1995)
    • Clarkson Integrator (1920–2007)
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      • Flesherton (Ontario, Canada) Advance (1882–1950)
      • Markdale (Ontario, Canada) Standard (1880–1901)
      • Newmarket (Ontario, Canada) Courier (1868–1869)
      • Newmarket (Ontario, Canada) Era (1854–1954)
      • North York (Ontario, Canada) Express Herald (1940–1942)
      • North York (Ontario, Canada) Sentinel (1856)
      • Bonthe (Sierra Leone) Early Dawn (1882–1892)

North Dakota[edit]

  • Chronicling America Free
    • Beach, Billings County, N.D., 1905-1916 - Golden Valley chronicle.
    • Bismarck, D.T. [N.D.], 1873-1875 - The Bismarck tribune. volume
    • Bismarck, D.T. [N.D.], 1875-1878 - Bismarck weekly tribune.
    • Bismarck, D.T. [N.D.], 1875-1881 - Bismarck tri-weekly tribune.
    • Bismarck, D.T. [N.D.], 1878-1884 - Bismarck tribune.
    • Bismarck, Dakota [N.D.], 1881-1916 - Bismarck daily tribune.
    • Bismarck, Dakota [N.D.], 1884-1943 - Bismarck weekly tribune.
    • Bismarck, N.D., 1916-current - The Bismarck tribune.
    • Bowbells, Ward Co., N.D., 1899-1969 - The Bowbells tribune.
    • Cooperstown, Griggs Co., Dak. [N.D.], 1883-1884 - Cooperstown courier.
    • Cooperstown, Griggs Co., Dak. [N.D.], 1885-1885 - Griggs County courier.
    • Cooperstown, Griggs Co., Dak. [N.D.], 1885-1902 - Griggs courier.
    • Cooperstown, Griggs Co., N.D., 1902-1913 - The Cooperstown courier.
    • Devils Lake, N.D., 1909-1915 - Devils Lake inter-ocean.
    • Devils Lake, N.D., 1911-1911 - The Devils Lake world.
    • Devils Lake, N.D., 1911-1914 - Devils Lake weekly world.
    • Devils Lake, N.D., 1914-1915 - Devils Lake world.
    • Devils Lake, N.D., 1915-1920 - The Devils Lake world and inter-ocean.
    • Devils Lake, N.D., 1920-1982 - The Devils Lake world.
    • Devils Lake, Ramsey Co., Dakota [N.D.], 1884-1905 - Devils Lake inter-ocean.
    • Devils Lake, Ramsey County, N.D., 1905-1909 - Devils Lake free press.
    • Dickinson, Stark County, D.T. [i.e. N.D.], 1883-1927 - The Dickinson press.
    • Fargo, N.D., 1915-1921 - The nonpartisan leader.
    • Fort Yates, Sioux County, N.D., 1914-1929 - Sioux County pioneer.
    • Grand Forks, N.D., 1906-1914 - The evening times.
    • Grand Forks, N.D., 1914-1914 - Grand Forks daily herald and the evening times.
    • Grand Forks, N.D., 1914-1916 - Grand Forks daily herald.
    • Grand Forks, N.D., 1916-1955 - Grand Forks herald.
    • Hope, N.D., 1882-1964 - The Hope pioneer.
    • Jamestown, Stutsman County, D.T. [N.D.], 1878-1882 - Jamestown alert.
    • Jamestown, Stutsman County, D.T. [N.D.], 1882-1925 - Jamestown weekly alert. volume
    • Langdon, N.D., 1891-1920 - Courier Democrat.
    • Langdon, N.D., 1920-1921 - Cavalier County farmers press.
    • Little Missouri, Dakota [i.e. N.D.], 1884-1886 - The Bad Lands cow boy.
    • Minot, Ward County, N.D., 1902-1965 - The Ward County independent.
    • Oakes, Dickey County, D.T. [i.e. N.D.], 1883-1898 - Oakes weekly Republican.
    • Oakes, N.D., 1898-1906 - Oakes Republican.
    • Oakes, N.D., 1906-current - The Oakes times.
    • Pembina, Dakota [N.D.], 1883-1928 - The pioneer express.
    • Valley City, N.D., 1912-1922 - The weekly times-record.
    • Wahpeton, Richland County, Dakota [N.D.], 1879-1919 - The Wahpeton times.
    • Washburn, McLean County, N.D., 1890-1986 - The Washburn leader.
    • Williamsport, D.T. [i.e. N.D.], 1884-current - Emmons County record.
    • Williston, Williams County, N.D., 1895-1919 - Williston graphic

North Carolina[edit]

  • Asheville Citizen Times (2002–present) Pay (Free for articles from past 30 days)
  • Duke Chronicle student newspaper (1960's, 1980's) Free
  • DukEngineer Digital Collection (1940–2013, most issues) Duke University School of Engineering student publication Free
  • Mooresville Tribune, Mooresville, NC 1904-2015 Free
  • Templon-Chemspun News, Mooresville, NC company newspaper, 1973-75 Free
  • North Carolina Newspaper Digitization Project (1751–1898) Free
  • North Carolina Newspapers (1824–2011) Free
    • The Alamance Gleaner (Graham; 1875–1926)
    • The Badin Bulletin (Albemarle; 1918, 1920)
    • The Carolina Times (Durham; 1937–1964)
    • Catawba Journal (Charlotte; 1824–1828)
    • Charlotte Jewish News (1979–2011)
    • Charlotte News (1911)
    • Cloudbuster (Chapel Hill, Navy Pre-Flight School; 1942–1945)
    • Courier (Asheboro; 1884–1917)
    • Daily Concord Standard (1895–1900)
    • Eastern Reflector (Greenville; 1914–1915)
    • Elm City Elevator (1902)
    • Enterprise (Williamston; 1901–1934)
    • Fayetteville Observer (1851–1865)
    • Firestone News (Gastonia; 1952–1971)
    • The Goldsboro Headlight (1887–1903)
    • Highland Messenger (Asheville; 1840–1851)
    • Lincoln Courier (Lincolnton; 1845–1851, 1867, 1887–1895)
    • Lincoln Republican (Lincolnton; 1840–1842)
    • Marion Messenger (1896–1898)
    • Marion Progress (1916, 1929, 1940)
    • Marion Record (1894–1895)
    • Mebane Leader (1911–1915)
    • Mecklenburg Jeffersonian (Charlotte; 1841–1849)
    • Miners' and Farmers' Journal (Charlotte; 1830–1835)
    • The News-Journal (Raeford; 1943–1969)
    • North Carolina Whig (Charlotte; 1852–1862)
    • Pilot (Southern Pines; 1929–1942)
    • Pinehurst Outlook (1897–1923)
    • Roanoke Beacon (Plymouth; 1889–1918)
    • Roanoke News (Weldon; 1878–1882)
    • Rocky Mount Record (1906)
    • Standard (Concord; 1888–1898)
    • Sylvan Valley News (Brevard; 1900–1911)
    • Tarboro Free Press (1824–1844)
    • Trench and Camp (World War I Army newspaper; 1917–1918)
    • Weekly Reporter (Rocky Mount; 1884)
    • Wilson Advance (1874–1899)
  • North Carolina State University Free
  • North Carolina Library system allows cardholders to access newspapers (not necessarily N.C. newspapers) normally behind a paywall for free from personal computers via proxy through their portal, nclive.org.
  • The Salemite (1920–1990) Salem College student newspaper Free

Ohio[edit]

Oklahoma[edit]

  • The Daily Oklahoman in images and in text Pay
  • Gateway to Oklahoma History Free
    • Beaver Herald
    • Canadian Valley News
    • Carney Enterprise
    • Chandler News
    • Cherokee County Democrat
    • Cheyenne Transportwer
    • Choctaw Herald
    • Cleveland County Enterprise
    • Daily Oklahoma State Capital
    • El Reno Democrat
    • Enid Echo
    • Enid Weekly Wave
    • Fairland News-Herald
    • Hennessey Clipper
    • Hennessey Eagle
    • Hennessey Kicker
    • Konawa Chief-Leader
    • Lawton Constitution
    • Lexington and Cleveland County Leader
    • New Era
    • Norman Daily Transcript
    • Norman Democrat-Topic
    • Oklahoma City Pointer
    • Oklahoma Digital Newspaper Program
    • Oklahoma Farmer
    • Oklahoma Farmer and Laborer (Guthrie)
    • Oklahoma Guide
    • Oklahoma Leader (Guthrie)
    • Oklahoma Neuigkeiten
    • Oklahoma Representative
    • Oklahoma State Register
    • Oklahoma Times-Journal
    • Pauls Valley Democrat
    • People's Voice (Norman)
    • Perry Enterprise-Times
    • Press Democrat
    • Shawnee Daily News-Herald
    • Southwest World
    • State Sentinel
    • Stroud Democrat
    • Tulsa Star
  • Muskogee County newspaper deaths index (1907–2015) index only Free
  • Norse Wind student newspaper (1948–2007) Free Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College
  • Tulsa World (1989– ) Free

Oregon[edit]

  • Bend Bulletin (1903-1994) Free
  • Clatskanie Chief (1948-1953, 2000-2003, 2005-2009) Free
  • Coquille Valley Sentinal (1936-1940, 1971, 1973, 2006-2009) Free
  • Dayton Tribune (1970-2006) Free
  • Enterprise (Boardman; 1982-1985) Free
  • Gazette-Times (Heppner; 1930-2009) Free
  • Historic Oregon Newspapers Free
    • Argus, Hillsboro Argus (Hillsboro; 1894-1922)
    • Aurora Borealis (Aurora; 1908)
    • Ashland Tidings, Ashland Daily Tidings, Ashland Weekly Tidings (1912-1922)
    • Bandon Recorder, Bandon Semi-Weekly Recorder, Bandon Weekly Recorder (1890-1905, 1913-1916)
    • Bend Bulletin (Bend; 1903–1922)
    • Bohemia Nugget (Cottage Grove; 1899-1907)
    • Broad-Axe, Broad-Axe Tribune (Eugene; 1894-1900)
    • Capital Journal, Daily Capital Journal, Evening Capital Journal, Daily Journal (Salem; 1888-1909)
    • Clackamas County Record (1903)
    • Coast Mail, Daily Coast Mail, Weekly Coast Mail, Coos Bay Times (Marshfield; 1879–1916)
    • Columbia Register (1904-1906)
    • Columbian (1882-1886)
    • Daily Astorian, Daily Morning Astorian, Morning Astorian (Astoria; 1876–1902)
    • Daily Mountaineer (The Dalles; 1864–1866)
    • The Dalles Daily Chronicle (The Dalles; 1890–1922)
    • The Dalles Times-Mountaineer (The Dalles; 1889)
    • The Dalles Weekly Chronicle (The Dalles; 1890–1898)
    • Eagle Valley News (Richland; 1914-1919)
    • East Oregonian (Pendleton; 1877-1881, 1888–1922)
    • Enterprise, Oregon City Enterprise, Morning Enterprise (Oregon City; 1866-1922)
    • Enterprise News-Record, News-Record, Wallowa County Chieftain, Wallowa Chieftain (Enterprise; 1884-1911)
    • Eugene City Guard (1876-1900)
    • Evening Herald (Klamath Falls; 1908–1922)
    • Grant County News (Canyon City; 1879-1908)
    • Grants Pass Daily Courier, Rouge River Courier (1900-1919)
    • Heppner Gazette, Weekly Heppner Gazette, Gazette-Times, Heppner Times, Heppner Herald (1883-1924)
    • Hood River Glacier (1889-1922)
    • The Illustrated West Shore, West Shore (Portland; 1875-1891)
    • The Independent, Hillsboro Independent (Hillsboro; 1874-1877, 1881, 1882-1890, 1893-1908)
    • Klamath Tribune (1956-1961)
    • La Grande Evening Observer (1904-1911)
    • Lake County Examiner (1900-1914)
    • Lane County News, Springfield News (1907, 1915-1922)
    • Lincoln County Leader (1893-1922)
    • Madras Pioneer (1904-1914)
    • Malheur Enterprise (1909-1922)
    • Medford Mail Tribune (Medford; 1909–1916)
    • New Age (Portland; 1899–1905)
    • New Northwest (Portland; 1871-1881)
    • Ontario Argus (Ontario; 1909–1922)
    • Oregon Argus (Oregon City; 1855-1878)
    • Oregon City Courier, Oregon City Courier-Herald, Oregon Courier, The Banner-Courier (1883-1884, 1890-1919, 1922)
    • Oregon City Press (1898-1899)
    • Oregon Free Press (1848)
    • Oregon Scout (1884-1891)
    • Oregon Sentinel, Table Rock Sentinel (Jacksonville; 1856–1888)
    • Oregon Spectator (Oregon City, O.T.; 1846–1855)
    • Oregonian, Morning Oregonian, Sunday Oregonian (Portland; 1850, 1878–1906)
    • Plaindealer (1895-1905)
    • Portland New Age (Portland; 1906–1907)
    • Rogue News (Ashland; 1929-1973)
    • St. Helen's Mist, Oregon Mist (1910-1921)
    • St. Johns Review (Saint Johns; 1904–1922)
    • Southwest Oregon Recorder (Denmark; 1884-1885)
    • Sumpter Miner (Sumpter; 1899–1905)
    • Tillamook Herald (1913-1922)
    • Times-Herald (Burns; 1906–1920)
    • Tri-weekly Astorian (Astoria; 1873–1874)
    • Umpqua Gazette, Umpqua Weekly Gazette (Scottsburg, O.T.; 1854-1855)
    • Willamette Farmer (Salem; 1869–1887)
  • Nineteenth Century U.S. Newspapers Pay
    • Argus (Oregon City; 1859)
    • Oregon Statesman (Oregon City; 1859)
    • The State Republican (Eugene; 1862)
    • Weekly Mountaineer (The Dalles; 1860)
    • Weekly World (Portland, 1886)
  • Northwest Heritage Index; index only lists obituaries from the Canby Herald and includes Clackamas County biographical bibliography from other sources Free
  • Oregon Newspaper Archives Pay
    • Daily Oregon Herald (Portland; 1871–1872)
    • Democratic Standard (Portland; 1854–1859)
    • Liberator (Portland; 1903)
    • Oregon State Journal (Eugene; 1864-1880)
    • Portland New Age (1900–1907)
    • State Line Herald (Lakeview; 1879-1880)
    • Weekly Oregonian (Portland; 1850–1862)
  • Oregon Newspapers Index; index only Free
    • Oregon Daily Emerald (Eugene; 1900–1979)
    • Portland Oregonian (1852–1987)
    • Register Guard (Eugene; 1963–2004)
  • The Oregonian
    • Historic Oregon Newspapers has 1861 through 1922. As part of Chronicling America's rights-free newspapers, these years have been republished in many databases such as Newspaper Archive and Newsbank. Free
    • Newsbank has digitized through 1987 as the Historic Oregonian Archive, available for personal subscription or through some Oregon libraries. It is also included in Oregon Newspaper Archive and possibly other database offerings. Pay
  • Pacific University Index (1974-2007) Free
  • Rainier Review (1905-1906, 1909, 1916-1973, 1975-1979) Free
  • Register Guard (Eugene; 1867-2008) Free
  • Register-Guard (Eugene; 2001– ) Pay
  • Salem Statesman Journal (2002– ) Pay
  • SmallTownPapers (1800's-current) current and past editions of 250+ small (and some large) community papers Free
    • Brownsville Times (1962-)
    • Hells Canyon Journal (1985-)
    • McKenzie River Reflections (1985-)
    • New Era (Sweet Home; 1941-)
    • Pendleton Record (1971-)
    • Sheridan Sun (1953-)
    • Times-Journal (Condon; 1939-2013)
    • Valley Sentinel (Coquille; 1970-2013)
  • University of Oregon Emerald (Eugene; 2006-) student newspaper Free
  • Valley Sentinel (Coquille; 1936-1973, 2006-2009) Free
  • Willamette University Collegian (Salem; 1875–2012) student newspaper Free

Pennsylvania[edit]

Rhode Island[edit]

South Carolina[edit]

South Dakota[edit]

Tennessee[edit]

Texas[edit]

Utah[edit]

Vermont[edit]

Virginia[edit]

Washington[edit]

Washington, D.C.[edit]

See District of Columbia for Washington, DC papers.

West Virginia[edit]

Wisconsin[edit]

Wyoming[edit]

Multistate[edit]

  • Accessible Archives Pay
    • The Christian Recorder (1861–1902)
    • The Colored American (1837–1841)
    • Frank Leslie's Weekly (1852–1922)
    • Frederick Douglass’ Paper (1851–1855; 1859–1863)
    • Freedom’s Journal (1827–1829)
    • Gazette of the State of South-Carolina (1777–1780)
    • The Liberator (1831–1865)
    • The Lily (1849–1856)
    • National Anti-Slavery Standard (1840–1870)
    • National Citizen and Ballot Box (1878–1881)
    • The National Era (1847–1860)
    • The North Star (1847–1851)
    • Pennsylvania Gazette (1728–1800)
    • Pennsylvania Newspaper Record: Delaware County (various papers; 1825–1871, incomplete)
    • Provincial Freeman (1854–1857)
    • The Revolution (1868–1872)
    • South Carolina and American General Gazette (1764–1775)
    • South Carolina Gazette (1732–1775)
    • South Carolina Gazette and Country Journal (1765–1775)
    • Virginia Gazette (1736–1750)
    • Weekly Advocate (1837–1837)
  • American Historical Society of Germans from Russia obituary index index only Free
  • American Newspaper Directories links to directories of American newspapers published from 1869–1920, in online (all) and PDF (most) formats Free
  • Aviation Week & Space Technology (1916– ) Free
  • Catholic News Archive Free
    • Catholic News Service Newsfeeds (United States; 1920–1952, 1965–1966)
    • Catholic Standard and Times (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; 1963–1968)
    • Catholic World in Pictures (United States; 1962–1963)
    • Clarion Herald (New Orleans, Louisiana; 1958–1959, 1963–1968)
    • Monitor, The (San Francisco, California; 1965)
    • National Catholic Reporter (United States; 1965)
    • Pittsburgh Catholic (Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; 1968)
    • Shepherd of the Valley (Saint Louis, Missouri; 1832)
    • Voice, The (Miami, Florida; 1964–1968)
  • Centennial Newspaper Exhibition, 1876 PDF of scanned book that gives details on every paper published in the U.S. in 1876 Free
  • Chronicling America multiple U.S. papers courtesy of Library of Congress and National Endowment for the Humanities (complete list of papers on site) Free
  • Densho Japanese internment camp newspapers (1942–1945) Free requires registration
    • Denson Tribune, Jerome concentration camp, Arkansas (1942–1944)
    • Gila News-Courier, Gila River concentration camp, Arizona (1942–1945)
    • Granada Pioneer, Granada concentration camp, Colorado (1942–1945)
    • Heart Mountain Sentinel, Heart Mountain concentration camp, Wyoming (1942–1945)
    • Manzanar Free Press, Manzanar concentration camp, California (1942–1945)
    • Minidoka Irrigator, Minidoka concentration camp, Idaho (1942–1945)
    • Poston Chronicle, Poston concentration camp, Arizona (1942–1945)
    • Rohwer Outpost, Rohwer concentration camp, Arkansas (1942–1945)
    • Topaz Times, Topaz concentration camp, Utah (1942–1945)
    • Tulean Dispatch, Tule Lake concentration camp, California (1942–1944)
  • Early America (1750–1790) three early newspapers Free
  • Garon family newspaper articles (1855–2013) Free
  • Genealogy Images of History well indexed collection of old newspapers for sale Pay
  • GenealogyBank (1690–present) part of NewsBank (complete list of papers on site) Pay
  • GenealogyBank obituaries (1980–2014) Free
  • Google News Archive
  • HistoryBuff.com (1700–2004) archived pages with articles about major events Free
  • Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign) (1831-2011) Over 1 million pages from across the U.S. Free
  • Labor Press Project (1892–1998) Pacific Northwest labor and radical newspapers Free
  • Media History Digital Library Free media periodicals
    • Broadcasting and Recorded Sound (1896–1964)
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    • Fan Magazines (1911–1963)
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    • Government and Law (1912–1995)
    • Hollywood Studio System (1914–1948)
    • Nontheatrical Films (1918–1973)
    • Technical Journals (1924–1954)
    • Year Books (1916–1964)
  • MennObits (1892–1998) transcribed obituaries from U.S. national Mennonite newspapers Free
    • Gospel Witness (1905–1908)
    • Gospel Herald (1908–1998)
    • Herald of Truth (1864–1908)
    • The Mennonite (1998–present)
    • Mennonite Weekly Review (parts; 1987; July–December 2002–present)
    • Lazarus Project (various years including 1921, 2004, 2005, and 2006)
  • Mennonitische Rundschau author and subject index (1878–1939) Mennonite newspaper index only Free
  • NewsLibrary.com Pay
  • Newspaper Archives/Indexes/Morgues Library of Congress portal
  • NewspaperArchive.com (1690–current) more than 1 billion articles and 100 million pages, mostly U.S. Pay
  • Newspapers in Microform Free Library of Congress catalog list of newspapers published in U.S. and world 1948–1983, downloadable as PDF files
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  • Northwest History Database (early 20th century) collection of Northwest newspaper clippings Free
  • SmallTownPapers (1800's-current) current and past editions of 250+ small (and some large) community papers Free
  • Swedish American Newspapers (1859–2007) Free
    • Gamla och nya hemlandet (Chicago, Ill.) 1870-1914 - (the Old and new homeland)
    • Hemlandet det gamla och det nya (Galesburg, Ill.; Chicago, Ill.) 1855-1870 - (the Homeland the old and the new)
    • Justitia (Chicago, Ill.) February-October 1871 - it ceased publication after the Great Chicago Fire.
    • Nordstjernan (New York, N.Y.) 1872-1922 - (the North star)
    • Ny tid (Chicago, Ill.; New York, N.Y.) 1922-1922 - (New era)
    • Nya svenska amerikanaren (Chicago, Ill.) 1873-1877 - (the New Swedish American)
    • Omaha-posten (Omaha, Neb.) 1904-1922 - (the Omaha post)
    • Oregon posten (Portland, Or.) 1908-1922 - (the Oregon post)
    • Pacific tribune (Seattle, Wash.; Tacoma, Wash.; Portland, Or.) 1903-1914
    • Scandinavia (Worcester, Mass.) 1887-1918
    • Svea (Worcester, Mass.) 1897-1922
    • Svenska amerikanaren (Chicago, Ill.) 1866-1922 - (the Swedish American)
    • Svenska amerikanaren hemlandet (Chicago, Ill.) 1914-1915 - (the Swedish American homeland)
    • Svenska amerikanska posten (Minneapolis, Minn.) 1885-1940 - (the Swedish American post)
    • Svenska folkets tidning (Minneapolis, Minn.; St. Paul, Minn.) 1881-1927 - (the Swedish people's paper)
    • Svenska Pacific tribunen (Seattle, Wash.) 1914-1922 - (the Swedish Pacific tribune)
    • Svenska socialisten (Rockford, Ill.; Chicago, Ill.) 1905-1921 - (the Swedish socialist)
    • Svenska tribunen (Chicago, Ill.) 1877-1906 - (the Swedish tribune)
    • Svenska tribunen-nyheter (Chicago, Ill.) 1906-1922 - (the Swedish tribune-news)
    • Texas posten (Austin, Tex.) 1896-1922 - (the Texas post)
    • Vårt land (Jamestown, N.Y.) 1890-1920 - (Our country)
    • Vestkusten (San Francisco, Calif.; Mill Valley, Calif.) 1887-1922 - (the West coast)
    • Vestkusten (San Francisco, Calif.) 1887-1922
    • Westerns tribun (Seattle, Wash.; Tacoma, Wash.) 1902-1903 - (the West's tribune)
    • Westra posten (Seattle, Wash.) 1889-1902 - (the Western post)
  • USS Houston Blue Bonnet Newsletter (1 July 1933–24 May 1941 incomplete run) images Free
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National[edit]

Ukraine[edit]

Uruguay[edit]

Venezuela[edit]

  • El Universal (1909-1995) (Coming soon to Google Newspaper Archives)

Vietnam[edit]

  • National Library of Vietnam newspapers (1890–1955) in Vietnamese Free
    • Cậu Ấm
    • Cứu Quốc
    • Đông Dương Tạp chí
    • Độc Lập
    • Gia Định báo
    • Hà Thành ngọ báo
    • Khoa Học
    • Loa
    • Lục Tỉnh Tân Văn
    • Ngày Nay
    • Phong Hóa
    • Phụ Nữ Tân Văn
    • Quốc Hội
    • Sông Hương
    • Sự Thật
    • Tiểu Thuyết Thứ Bảy
    • Tràng An báo
    • Trung Bắc Tân Văn
    • Việt Nam Dân Quốc Công Báo
    • Vịt Đực

Worldwide[edit]

  • Catholic Newspapers Online portal Free
  • Epoch Times Online Print Archive (2000– ) Free
  • Family Search Digital Historical Newspapers
  • Google Newspapers mixture of abstracts and full newspapers
  • Handwritten Newspapers Project (59 BC–AD 2011) Free newspapers from all over the world; images of many
  • Historic Mexican & Mexican American Press (mid-1800's–1970's) Free newspapers from Tucson, Arizona; Los Angeles and San Francisco, California; El Paso, Texas; and Sonora, Mexico
    • Americas 2001
    • Basta Ya!
    • Boletín Oficial
    • La Constitución
    • Coraje
    • Corazon de Aztlan
    • La Cronica
    • La Estrella de Occidente
    • El Fronterizo (1882–1908; 1926–1929)
    • El Hijo de El Fronterizo
    • Hispano América
    • El Independiente
    • El Mosquito
    • El Paso Morning Times (English and Spanish)
    • El Pueblo
    • La Prensa
    • La Raza
    • Regeneración
    • South Tucson's El Independiente
    • El Tucsonense
  • JTA Jewish News Archive Free full articles and pdf files
  • Last Seen: Finding Family after Slavery Free
    • Afro-American Ledger (Baltimore, Maryland)
    • Black Republican (New Orleans, Louisiana)
    • Chicago Defender (Chicago, Illinois)
    • Christian Recorder (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania)
    • Colored Citizen (Cincinnati, Ohio)
    • Colored Tennessean (Nashville, Tennessee)
    • Frederick Douglass' Paper (Rochester, New York)
    • Free Man's Press (Galveston, Texas)
    • National Era (Washington, D.C.)
    • Provincial Freeman (Windsor/Toronto/Chatham, Canada West)
    • Richmond Planet (Richmond, Virginia)
    • South Carolina Leader (Charleston, South Carolina)
    • Southwestern Christian Advocate (New Orleans, Louisiana)
    • State Capitol (Springfield, Illinois)
  • Mennonite Library and Archives German Mennonite newspapers Free
    • Der Berg (1934-1940)
    • Bericht über unsere Mennonitische Hilfskassev (1892-1906)
    • Blätter für Religion und Erziehung (1870-1871)
    • Christlicher Gemeinde-Kalender (1892-1900)
    • Dein Reich Komme (1920-1921, 1937)
    • Gemeindeblatt der Mennoniten (1871-1941)
    • Gemeindebrief der Mennonitengemeinde zu Hamburg und Altona (1933-1950)
    • Jahresbereicht der Konferenz der süddeutschen Mennoniten (1904-1920)
    • Jahres-Bereicht der Vereinigng der Mennoniten-Gemeinden im deutschen Reich (1886-1932)
    • Jahresbericht der Realanstalt am Donnersberg (1900-1904)
    • Jahresbericht der Taufgesinnten Missionsgesellschaft (1912, 1917)
    • Junge Gemeinde (1948-1953)
    • Die Kauenhowen (1926)
    • Menno-Blatt [Paraguay] (1931-1945)
    • Der Mennonit (1948-1954)
    • Mennonitenbrief aus Göttingen (1948)
    • Mennonitische Blaetter (1854-1941)
    • Mennonitische Geschichtsblaetter (1936-1940)
    • Mennonitische Jugendwarte (1920-1939)
    • Mennonitische Volkswarte [Canada] (1935-1936)
    • Mennonitische Warte [Canada] (1938)
    • Mennonitische Welt [Canada] (1950-1952)
    • Mitteilungen des Sippenverbands der Danziger Mennoniten-Familien (1935-1944)
    • Mitteilungsblatt der Berliner Mennoniten-Gemeinde (1936)
    • Mittheilungen aus dem religiösen Leben (1848)
    • Monatsblätter der Mennonitengemeinde Crefeld (1905-1907)
    • Monatshefte der Comenius-Gesellschaft (1892-1893)
    • Monatsschift für die evangelischen Mennoniten (1846-1848)
    • Predigten aus Mennoniten-Gemeinden (1888-1899)
    • Protokoll der Sitzung des Kuratoriums der Vereinigung der Mennoniten-Gemeinden im Deutschen Reich (1893-1914)
    • Russische Blätter (1929)
    • Unser Blatt (1947-1950)
    • Warte Jahrbuch [Canada] (1943-1944)
    • Zeitschrift für deutsche Mythologie und Sittenkunde (1853-1859)
  • Newseum Free contains front pages of various newspapers
  • Newspaper Abstracts Free volunteer-contributed newspaper abstracts and extracts from eight countries
  • NewspaperArchive.com (1759– ) Pay Canada, China, Denmark, France, Germany, Ireland, Jamaica, Japan, South Africa, United Kingdom
  • The Olden Times Free scans of someone's personal newspaper collection of U.S., Australia, England, Ireland, Scotland
  • Seventh-day Adventist Periodical Index (list of periodicals in the index) Free index only
  • World Newspaper Archive Pay historical newspapers published in Africa, Latin America, South Asia and other regions
  • Elephind Free search engine for multiple digital newspaper collections (federated search). Library of Congress Chronicling America, National Library of Australia Trove, New Zealand Papers Past, and others. More pages added daily.

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