Chronicling America surpasses 10 million pages!


The University of Maryland Libraries joins the Library of Congress and the National Endowment for the Humanities in celebrating a major milestone for Chronicling America, a free, searchable database of historic U.S. newspapers. The Library of Congress announced on October 7 that more than 10 million pages have been posted to the site. This number includes 117,082 pages of Maryland newspapers digitized by the Historic Maryland Newspapers Project and its content partners, the Maryland State Archives and Maryland Historical Society, from the following titles:

Titles are added on a rolling basis, so check back often, or subscribe to Chronicling America’s RSS feed to receive alerts when new titles are added.

For more information about the Historic Maryland Newspapers Project, please visit our website: http://ter.ps/newspapers.

About liz_caringola

Liz Caringola is the Historic Maryland Newspapers Librarian at the University of Maryland Libraries. Prior to her current position, she managed digitization projects for the Department of Anthropology at Kenyon College and was a technician with the NARA/Ancestry digitization partnership at the National Archives in College Park, MD.
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