Our 2016-2018 selection list has been updated to include one more title: the Hungarian-language Youngstown Amerikai Magyar Hirlap covering 1920-1942.
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NDNP-OH staff present “Finding News As It Happened on Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers” at Ohio University’s Alden Library.
We are pleased to announce the release of “Polish Americans React to President William McKinley’s Assassination” lesson plan! These educational materials have been created to engage students with digitized Polish-American newspapers. Students will learn how to find evidence of the past, detect bias in newspaper articles, and place current immigration issues in a historical context. The
NDNP-OH staff began processing batch_ohi_kino: Cleveland America (1918-1922) and Cleveland Svet (1922-1924).
NDNP-OH staff shipped batch_ohi_gatsby to the Library of Congress.
The following papers are now available on Chronicling America: from Canton, Vaterlandsfreund (1833), 1834-1836, Vaterlandsfreund und Westliche Beobachter, 1836-1837, Vaterlandsfreund und Geist der Zeit, 1837-1845, Vaterlandsfreund (1845), 1845-1846, and Ohio Staats-bote, 1846-1851; and from Pomeroy and Columbus, Ohio, 1873-1874 and Ohio Waisenfreund, 1874-1875, 1940-1953!
NDNP-OH staff began processing batch_ohi_janie: Cleveland Pokrok (1874-1876) and Cleveland Svet (1918-1922).
NDNP-OH staff shipped batch_ohi_frederick to the Library of Congress.
We are pleased to announce the second Searching Chronicling America’s Foreign Language Newspapers video tutorial is now available via the Ohio History Connection’s YouTube Channel! Using Online Translation Tools will show you some tips for working with online translation tools in order to access the information contained in foreign-language newspapers on Chronicling America. You may also
Today’s Ohio Memory Blog post shares information about Ohio’s Polish-American newspapers and our efforts to digitize them for Chronicling America–click here to read more!