Today’s Ohio Memory Blog post shares information about Ohio’s German-American newspapers and our efforts to digitize them for Chronicling America–click here to read more!
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The following papers are now available on Chronicling America: from Cincinnati, Westliche Blätter, 1865-1885; and from Cleveland, Echo, 1911-1920!
NDNP-OH staff present “All About Chronicling America’s German Language Newspapers” at the German Heritage Museum in Cincinnati in partnership with the German-American Citizens League.
NDNP-OH staff present “German Language Newspapers at the Ohio History Connection” for the Ohio Chapter of the Palatines to America Genealogy Society Fall Seminar at the Columbus Metropolitan Library.
NDNP-OH staff began processing batch_ohi_gatsby: Columbus Westbote series (1863-1879) and Cleveland Siebenbürgisch-Amerikanisches Volksblatt (1939-1954).
Advisory board meeting at the Ohio History Center in Columbus to discuss project status and outreach efforts.
NDNP-OH staff shipped batch_ohi_carrie to the Library of Congress.
NDNP-OH staff present “Moving Beyond 1922: Understanding Public Domain and Copyright from 1923-1963” at the Ohio Local History Alliance/Society of Ohio Archivists Fall Meeting.
We are pleased to announce the release of “The German-American Experience During World War I” unit plan! These educational materials have been created to engage students with digitized German-American newspapers. Students will learn how to research using Chronicling America, how to translate and analyze foreign-language texts, and gain a deeper understanding of the German-American experience in
NDNP-OH staff began processing batch_ohi_frederick: Cleveland Radnička Borba (1941-1946), Pittsburgh/Youngtown Zajedničar (1954-1959) and Cleveland Dirva (1943-1951).