Historic American Newspapers

Clark Historcial Library - Central Michigan University
Access digitized versions of newspapers made available from a variety of sources.

Newspapers from Michigan can be found here.
http://www.theancestorhunt.com/blog/michigan-online-historical-newspapers- summary#.VWpOQM9Viko

Google has gotten into the newspaper scanning in a big way.  Here is the link to lots of scanned newspapers from all around.  It takes time to digest it all, so go slow and check out some.  More are being added every day. http://news.google.com/newspapers
Fulton History
Primarily Fulton New York website.  From Postcards, Old New York Newspapers, Indian Treaties and much, much more.
Although  this is a subscription site, check the site for current pricing.  NewspaperARCHIVE.com is the world's largest collection of newspaper archives online. Featuring billions of newspaper articles from historical newspaper archives around the U.S. and the world. Newspaper Archive makes exploring history and genealogy easy and fun. Discover fascinating news in newspaper archives hundreds of years old - including obituaries, birth announcements, sports articles, comics, and more – to fill in the details for the life stories you are interested in.

The Obituary Daily Times is a daily index of published obituaries. It is distributed FREELY, often twice a day by email, and usually has over 2500 entries a day. You can search the database anytime with the search engine above.


The Obituary Daily Times mailing list is intended mostly (but not only) for Family Historians, researchers and compilers (ex. researching all of ONE FAMILY). The Obituary Daily Times is an index of published obituaries across the world. Regular contributors (volunteers) can request information about particular obituaries between themselves.


THEY DO NOT HAVE THE ACTUAL OBITUARIES. Regular volunteers may request a particular copy from each other. For others, GEN-OBIT is an easy way to find a publication date of an obit. You can then refer to the newspaper to get a copy of it (at the library or directly with the newspaper itself).



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