3 edition of guide to the newspaper collection of the State archives, Nebraska State Historical Society found in the catalog.
guide to the newspaper collection of the State archives, Nebraska State Historical Society
Nebraska State Historical Society.
A revision of and replacement for the Society"s Bulletin no. 4 (1969)
|Statement||compiled by Anne P. Diffendal.|
|Contributions||Diffendal, Anne P.|
|LC Classifications||CD3354 .N42 1977|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 84 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||84|
|LC Control Number||78621964|
Nebraska is one of the states that does has a single central online state repository for searching historical newspapers. Several states use the Library of Congress Chronicling America site as their main central online site for searching old newspapers and currently Nebraska has several newspapers available on that site. A guide to help you locate Nebraska newspapers is: Diffendal, Anne P. A Guide to the Newspaper Collection of the State Archives, Nebraska State Historical Society.
History Nebraska digitized content from the John Nelson and the J. A. Anderson collection. John Nelson was born in Harestad, Sweden, in He came to Nebraska with his parents at the age of seventeen. His photographs tell the story of small town life in Nebraska during the first decades of . Digitization of all pre newspapers published in Kansas is now complete and nearly 12 million pages are now available. For more information on the Kansas Digital Newspapers program and how you can be involved please contact Michael Church at @ or , ext
A useful guide to records at the State Archives is A Guide to the Manuscript Division of the State Archives, Nebraska State Historical Society (Lincoln: Nebraska State Historical Society, ); Family History Library book A3n No. 5; includes a supplement. The Nebraska State Historical Society has also published a series of helpful. Directory of Historical Newspapers on the Internet For obituaries see the Obituaries and Cemeteries section General Collections. Genealogy Bank. (subscription based/requires payment) includes historical newspapers and obituaries. Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers - from the Library of Congress coverage varies by state and newspaper.
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Nebraska State Historical Society (Lincoln, Nebraska) (Main Author) Diffendal, Anne P. (Added Author). Nebraska State Historical Society. Guide to the newspaper collection of the State archives, Nebraska State Historical Society.
Lincoln, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Nebraska State Historical Society. OCLC Number: Notes: On spine: Guide to State archives. Description: 89 pages ; 29 cm.
Series Title. Nebraska State Historical Society. Guide to the newspaper collection of the State archives, Nebraska State Historical Society. Lincoln: [Nebraska State Historical Society], (OCoLC) Named Person: Nebraska State Historical Society.
Material Type: Government publication, State or province government publication: Document Type: Book. Nebraska State Archives. The Nebraska State Historical Society Library and Archives maintains a large collection of library, archival, and photographic materials that may be used in compiling family histories.
These materials are available to all researchers in the Society's Reference Room. Nebraska State Historical Society P.O. Box R Street Lincoln, NE Clapham, John Papers, items Cowles, Willard B. Papers, Willard Bunce Cowles was a radio operator in the U.S. Navy. items Nebraska, USS Records, items.
Nebraska Newspapers is a collaborative site developed by the University of Nebraska–Lincoln and the Nebraska State Historical Society. It presents many resources relating to the State's papers such as searchable full-text of selected newspapers published in the state before and information about historically significant newspapers.
The Nebraska State Historical Society does not participate in OCLC/ILL so the Nebraska Library Commission is unable to place requests for these items as a regular ILL transaction. The patron needs to go through his/her local library to request microfilm directly from the Nebraska State Historical Society.
History Nebraska holds over 3, individual Nebraska newspaper titles on nea reels of microfilm. Titles cover the entire state and date from (the territorial period) to the present.
See the Additional Resources to the right for more information about requesting copies, borrowing microfilm through interlibrary loan and research for hire. Photograph and Artifact Collections Database Discover History Nebraska's most popular images. Search images from our Native American collections, the Macdonald Studio Collection (Lincoln, NE), and historical events from all over Nebraska.
We are working hard to build this new database and adding new images often. Suggested Searches: Nebraska Capitol Pawnee Tribe Genoa. The North Dakota Newspaper Law of required official newspapers to provide copies to the State Historical Society of North Dakota. As a result, our newspaper archives contain issues from Dakota Territory to the present.
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Discover U.S. historic newspaper archives from in billion old newspaper articles about more than billion people. Nebraska. These Nebraska grants span - Records Projects. Nebraska State Historical Society, Lincoln, NE $13, to support basic funding for the state historical records advisory board, including a Traveling Student Archivist Program in partnership with the University of Nebraska-Omaha Library Science program.
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Online searches can be by keyword or .We Want You! That is, we want you to visit the Nebraska State Historical Society to undertake research in our Reference Room. We are located at R Street, on the University of Nebraska-Lincoln campus (between the Student Union and the Wick Alumni Center).Photographs & Audio-Visual Find historic photographs, films, recordings and oral history collections.
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