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NewspaperARCHIVE.com Offers Free Memberships, New Tools
NewspaperARCHIVE.com announced that it is now offering a more interactive Web site to the online research community. New features include user forums, a My Archive tool that enables subscribers to share interesting newspapers with friends and family, as well as a home page with headlines from this day in history.
Also, for the first time, free memberships are available with access to more than 20 special collection archives, search alerts, and The Daily Perspective, a today-in-history publication. Members also have the ability to participate in user forums and view My Archive pages. Paid subscribers, who have access to more than 50 million historic newspaper pages, have a more innovative interface designed to make it easier to find and view full-page newspapers. Content from more than 2,200 newspaper titles throughout the U.S. and abroad can be found on NewspaperARCHIVE.com. Users can search through the collection by keyword, date, and location.
To learn more about NewspaperARCHIVE.com or to preview the new features, visit http://www.newspaperarchive.com. NewspaperARCHIVE.com began in 1999 and is owned by Heritage Microfilm of Cedar Rapids, Iowa.Source: NewspaperARCHIVE.com
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Posted By david sarokin2/28/2008 11:08:29 AM
Another great resource for historical newspaper archives is this site at XooxleAnswers:
Free Newspaper Archives
There are a ton of great links here, all of them to online newspaper and magazine archives that go back at least 50 years. Some of them go back to the 17th century!
Best of all, everything listed here is free. There is no charge to access any of the archives listed at this site.
Most of the material is from the US, and is in English, but there are also many international listings, and non-English listings (French, German, Polish, Hebrew, even Maori!), from both the US and elsewhere.
Definitely worth checking out!