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New Additions from Oregon City

In partnership with the Oregon City Public Library, with funding from a Library Services and Technology Act grant from the Institute of Museum and Library Services and the Oregon State Library, more historic newspaper content from Oregon City is now

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Southwest Oregon Recorder now online!

In partnership with Langlois Public Library, with funding from the Curry County Cultural Coalition and the Oregon Cultural Trust, the Southwest Oregon Recorder is now available for keyword searching and browsing on Historic Oregon Newspapers from September 9, 1884 –

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East Oregonian: E.O. online through September 1914

Historic newspaper pages from the Pendleton East Oregonian: E.O. are now available on Historic Oregon Newspapers online from March 1, 1888 through Oct. 1, 1914! Officially incorporated in 1880, Pendleton is located in Umatilla County, adjacent to the Umatilla Indian

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Newspaper Search Tutorials and Informational Videos

We’ve all been there before – so excited to search and browse through historic newspapers online, but not quite sure how to use the search function, zoom in and out, or print an article. Well, we’ve got some good news!

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Oregon City Enterprise!

Exciting news! Two new historic newspapers (with the same title!) from Oregon City, covering the late 19th/early 20th century, are now available online at the Historic Oregon Newspapers website: Oregon City Enterprise, Nov. 15, 1872-Nov. 7, 1878 Oregon City Enterprise,

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Over 92,000 pages added to Historic Oregon Newspapers online!

Get ready for some serious keyword searching and browsing! Historic Oregon Newspapers online has just added over 92,000 pages of historic newspaper content from Ashland, Enterprise, Grants Pass, St. Helens, Pendleton, Portland, Salem, The Dalles, and Toledo! See links below

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St. Helens newspaper content now online!

We are pleased to announce that three historic St. Helens newspaper titles have just been added to the Historic Oregon Newspapers website! The following titles are now available for keyword searching and browsing online: St. Helens Mist (St. Helens, Or.)

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Portland Oregonian online through January 1922!

Historic issues of the Portland Morning Oregonian and The Sunday Oregonian, from the late 19th century through the end of January 1922, are available for keyword-searching and browsing through Historic Oregon Newspapers online! Learn about the early history of the

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New historic Oregon newspaper content now online at Chronicling America!

Attention all historic Oregon newspaper lovers! The Library of Congress and National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) have added hundreds of new Oregon newspaper issues to Chronicling America, the nation’s free, online, keyword-searchable historic newspaper database! New content includes: Ashland,

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Ring in the New Year with more Oregonian content!

It’s officially 2013, and what better way to celebrate the dawn of a new year than with the addition of more newspaper content from Portland’s Morning Oregonian and The Sunday Oregonian, now freely available through February 1916 for keyword searching

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