About

Learn more about the National Digital Newspaper Program in Ohio, including project updates, reports and staff contact information.

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Project Newspapers

Find out which Ohio newspaper titles and date ranges are available (or soon to be) on Chronicling America.

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Outreach

Access video tutorials, copies of public presentations and other resources related to Ohio's newspapers on Chronicling America.

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The National Digital Newspaper Program in Ohio (NDNP-OH) was established in 2008. It is part of the National Digital Newspaper Program, a competitive grant program funded by the National Endowment for the Humanities and managed by the Library of Congress, which is a long-term effort to preserve and provide increased access to America’s historic newspapers via Chronicling America. This Library of Congress website is freely available and contains over 11 million pages of historic newspapers covering 1789-1922 from 45 U.S. states and territories. Eventually, all U.S. states and territories will have contributed content to Chronicling America.

To date, NDNP-OH has contributed over 315,000 keyword-searchable pages of Ohio’s historic newspapers to this website. Ohio’s Chronicling America collection covers 1836-1922 and includes about 70 titles or title families from 58 counties around the state.