Recently, I found the following articles regarding historic newspapers:
- University of Manitoba’s digital archives contain newspapers, military, and prairie history by Gail Dever at Genealogy à la carte
- Chronicling America @ 10 Million Pages! at the Chronicling America Blog
- Did Your Great-Great Grandparents Date Through the Newspaper by the Ancestry Team at the Ancestry Blog
- You Can't Close Newspapers by Michael John Neill at Genealogy Tip of the Day
- The National Library of Australia's Trove has updated 125 of its titles with more content. These include newspapers from New South Wales, Queensland, South Australia, Tasmania, Victoria, Western Australia.
- The Library of Congress' Chronicling America has updated 12 of its titles with more content from the District of Columbia, Montana, and Tennessee.
- In September, GenealogyBank added 11 new titles and updated 11 of its titles with more content. These include newspapers from California, Idaho, Indiana, Iowa, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maryland, New Jersey, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Texas, and Virginia. Read details here.
- The Digital Library of Georgia has created a new resource, the West Georgia Historic Newspapers Archive, with six newspaper titles published in five west Georgia cities (Butler, Carrollton, Dallas, Douglasville, LaGrange) from 1843 to 1942. Read details here.
- The Digital Library of Georgia has also re-released its South Georgia Historic Newspaper Archive so that it is compatible with all browsers. Details here.