Northland Genealogical Society
Northland Genealogy Society
 SERVING CLAY AND PLATTE COUNTIES IN MISSOURI
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The University of Pennsylvania's Historical Newspapers on-line lists over 25 free sites, many of them in Pennsylvania.
Leslie Lawson is a forensic genealogist who lives in the Portland, Oregon, area. Her site lists all of the states and by clicking on the name of the state you can see their resources, both digital and archival. If a site has a fee, it is so listed.
Under "Online Information/Research databases/Genealogy" you will find Heritage Quest (a list of all US Census records by census year and indexed, city directories and other helpful features), Newspaper.com (many newspapers from around the U.S.), Fold3 (military records) and Digital Sanborn Maps to name a few. You will need your library card number to log-in. Inside a branch library you can also access Ancestry.com. .
A nice collection of newspapers from around the state. The site has a map to help you narrow down your search geographically.
Lists multiple countries from around the world and their digital newspaper archives with the name of the paper and the dates covered and whether it is free of if there is a fee.
As you scroll down the page, the U.S. states are listed alphabetically. Each state lists what it has digitized in terms of information pertaining to that state.
This is the Library of Congress' collection of digitized newspapers. Use the "advanced search" feature for greater help. If the town you are researching is not listed, find a town newspaper nearby that might also include it.
The world's historical newspaper archives which are digitized.