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Free database accessed through Pikes Peak Library District with library card.
Index of links to free digitized newspapers organized by state. Also links to Canada and worldwide newspapers.
A list of online newspapers by state and topic.
1846-present
Digitized newspapers at Library of Congress, through 1922.
This collection is growing.
at Chronicling America
Search many digitized newspaper sites at once. Free.
Historic newspapers digitized by Google. Free.
International Coalition on Newspapers: Has a list of digitized newspapers from various countries.
Free while still in beta version. Currently offers 1857-1991.
The Minnesota Historical Society holds the largest single collection of Minnesota newspapers, with publication dates ranging from 1849 to the present day.
This full-text searchable database contains nearly 400,000 pages from 47 Montana newspapers dated 1885-2014. An additional 257,000 pages from Montana newspapers can be found at Chronicling America. There is no overlap between the two sites.
MyHeritage has digitized newspapers from Chronicling America and other sources -- 37 states, Canada, and other countries. Anyone with a Colorado address can use MyHeritage for free with a Denver Public Library card. (If you don't have a subscription, ignore the link here -- we had to put in something.)
FultonSearch makes it easier to search Old Fulton NY Post Cards (below).
Mostly newspapers from New York, but also some from other states and Canada. Free.
Free database accessed through Pikes Peak Library District with library card.
Newspapers, as well as books and other documents.
Free access to 250 small town newspapers, current and historical. Papers are searchable.