Check out our quick guide to the Alaska Digital Newspaper Program! Continue reading QUICK GUIDE
The Alaska Newspaper Project has gotten a face-lift on the Alaska State Library’s webpage with the introduction of Historical Alaska Newspapers. Continue reading NEW WEBPAGE at the Alaska State Library
“The live and prosperous towns of Douglas City and Treadwell are certainly entitled to one good, wide-awake newspaper, and it will be our desire to supply this adjunct, that is so necessary to the upbuilding of cities, and whether, or not, we succeed in our efforts, we leave for you to judge.” [cont.] Continue reading Opening Statements: Douglas Island News
The first batch of Alaskan historical newspapers is live on Chronicling America – FREE for you to search! Continue reading FIRST BATCH LIVE!
There are multiple ways to search historical newspapers for information using Chronicling America. But where do you start? Continue reading Searching Chronicling America
“Those who do not care for the natural beauties of the country may reasonably remain passive over the destruction of the forests, though people who have cast their lot here must certainly be alive not only to the destruction of timber but to the commercial value of strikingly beautiful scenery.” [cont.] Continue reading On This Day In History: July 18
“Newspapers have been called history’s first draft…” Continue reading What is the National Digital Newspaper Program?