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More Historic Crook County Content Now Online!

In partnership with the Crook County Historical Society Bowman Museum in Prineville, Oregon, the Oregon Digital Newspaper Program (ODNP) is proud to announce two additional Prineville titles that are now part of Historic Oregon Newspapers online: Ochoco Review (Prineville, Or.)

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Morrow County now represented in Historic Oregon Newspapers online!

In partnership with the Morrow County Museum in Heppner, Oregon, several early newspapers from Heppner are now available for keyword searching and browsing online at Historic Oregon Newspapers! Heppner Weekly Gazette: June 22, 1883-July 31, 1890 The Weekly Heppner Gazette:

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Oregonian Now Available Through Dec. 1922!

The time we’ve all been waiting for has finally arrived! Historic Oregon Newspapers online now contains the full 20th century public domain run of the Portland Morning Oregonian and The Sunday Oregonian! All newspapers published on or before December 31,

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New titles from La Grande, Eugene, and Portland now online!

What better way to stay warm in the coming winter months than to hunker down with Historic Oregon Newspapers online? With over 500,000 pages from 75 titles, you can search and browse to your heart’s delight, especially now that we

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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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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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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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Outside Perspectives on Oregon News

Oregon’s history is not only accessible for searching and browsing through Oregon’s historic newspapers. Several newspapers from other states, available for keyword-searching online through the Library of Congress and National Endowment for the Humanities’ Chronicling America website, can yield a

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More Cultural Heritage Goes Online

Although I am not supposed to use the term ‘archive’ for the results of our digitization project (microfilm remains the official archival medium of newspaper content) — the internet ‘archiving’ of cultural materials is a buzz-worthy topic in the news

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