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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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The Civil War in Oregon: James O’Meara and Newspaper Suppression

On May 25, 1861, James O’Meara, a veteran of the newspaper business, decided to abandon the Oregon Sentinel, a small Democratic paper that he had published in Jacksonville since his arrival there two years earlier.[i]  Many papers in 19th century

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New Content Added to Historic Oregon Newspapers!

Over 40,000 pages of new content have just been added to the Historic Oregon Newspapers online database! New titles include: Eugene, Oregon: Broad-axe/Broad-axe Tribune, 1894-1900 Eugene, Oregon: The State Republican, 1862-1863 Roseburg, Oregon: The Plaindealer, 1895-1905 Tillamook, Oregon: Tillamook Herald,

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