NY State Historical Newspapers Website

The NY State Historical Newspapers isĀ  a website thatĀ  contains about 3,700,000 newspaper pages scanned by libraries throughout the state. At one time each region in NY State had their own website but now they all have been combined. Best of all it is absolutely free. From the main page you can click on a …

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New Newspapers added to Fulton History

Fulton History has added more newspapers to the millions of newspaper pages that were already on the website. Originally all newspapers were from New York State but in the last year there have been newspapers added from other states. The website now has over 29 million newspaper pages. I think there was an update in …

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New Newspapers added to Fulton History

Fulton History has added even more newspapers to the millions of newspaper pages that were already on the website. Originally all newspapers were from New York State. The new additions are more from other states than from New York State. If you have visited there before, you can limit the search to only see new …

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New York State Online Newspapers

One of the items I have had on my list of things to write about on this blog was a list of online newspapers for New York State. Probably because there are so many websites with newspapers, I just kept putting it off. Now, I found that someone else has recently done the task of …

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New Newspapers added to Fulton History

Fulton History has added more newspapers to the millions of newspaper pages that were already on the website. In the past all newspapers were from New York State. Now the majority of the added newspapers are from other states and a few newspapers from Canada. If you have visited there before, you can limit the …

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Anniversary of First American Newspaper

On September 25, 1690 the first newspapers published in the US was published in Boston. Publick Occurrences, Both Foreign and Domestick, was printed by Richard Pierce and edited by Benjamin Harris. It was only 6 x 10 inches and was 3 pages plus a blank page. The newspaper stated that it would issue the newspaper …

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Newspaper from Rush, NY now online

Rochester Regional Library Council has put online a small run of the newspaper, “Rush Echo.” This small newspaper was published in the Town of Rush. only from Dec. 1879 to Dec. 1881. Besides local news, the newspaper included both deaths and marriages. This page on the RRLC website will let you search the newspaper. There …

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New Newspapers added to Fulton History

Fulton History has added more newspapers to the millions of newspaper pages that were already on the website. All the added newspapers are from New York State. If you have visited there before, you can limit the search to only see new “hits.”On the bottom of the search box are selections for dates called “File …

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Fulton History Online Article

Have you been to the Fulton History newspaper website? If you have any people that lived in New York State in the last 200 years you may be able to find them listed in an old newspaper. I wrote about Fulton History in 2009 and at that time there about 11 million newspaper pages online. …

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Catholic Newspapers Online

Courtesy of the Catholic Courier and the Catholic Diocese of Rochester, issues of the Catholic newspapers Catholic Courier and Catholic Journal from 1889 through 2004 are now available online. There are very few missing issues for that long run.The newspapers cover the entire Rochester Diocese which goes south all the way to the Pennsylvania border. …

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