Georgia Historic Newspaper Update – Spring 2018

The Digital Library of Georgia has added several new newspaper titles to the Georgia Historic Newspapers (GHN) website in 2018. Included below are a list of the most recent additions.

Augusta Chronicle and Gazette of the State, 1789-1806

Augusta Herald, 1799-1821

Augusta Washingtonian, 1843-1845

Daily Chronicle & Sentinel (Augusta), 1840-1859

Daily Constitutionalist (Augusta), 1847-1851

Daily Constitutionalist (Augusta), 1856-1859

Georgia State Gazette, or, Independent Register (Augusta), 1786-1789

Houston Home Journal (Perry), 1991-1993

Lyons Progress, 1905-1924

Mirror of the Times (Augusta), 1808-1814

Southern Centinel, and Gazette of the State, 1795-1796

Tri-Weekly Chronicle & Sentinel, 1839-1851, 1872-1875

Tri-Weekly Constitutionalist (Augusta), 1850-1867

Tri-Weekly Republic (Augusta), 1849-1851

Toombs County Local (Vidalia), 1911

Washingtonian, or Total Abstinence Advocate (Augusta), 1842-1843

Weekly Chronicle & Sentinel (Augusta), 1838-1857

Weekly Constitutionalist (Augusta), 1856-1863

Weekly Georgia Constitutionalist (Augusta), 1851

Weekly Georgia Constitutionalist and Republic (Augusta), 1851-1855

Weekly State Rights’ Sentinel (Augusta), 1836

 

The DLG has also added several previously digitized newspaper titles to the GHN website, including:

Advertiser (Brunswick), 1875

Advertiser and Appeal (Brunswick), 1882-1886

Albany Weekly Herald, 1892-1901

Albany Patriot, 1845-1866

Bainbridge Democrat, 1881-1909

Bainbridge Weekly Democrat, 1872-1876

Brunswick Advertiser, 1875-1881

Brunswick Advertiser and Appeal, 1881

Cuthbert Appeal, 1867-1884

Cuthbert Enterprise and Appeal, 1884-1888

Post-Search Light (Bainbridge), 1903-1913

Red and Black (Athens), 1994-2006

Search Light (Bainbridge), 1901-1903

Tifton Gazette, 1892-1919

Tri-Weekly Sumter Republican (Americus), 1866-1867

Vienna News, 1902-1918

Waycross Evening Herald, 1911

Waycross Weekly Herald, 1894-1902

Waycross Weekly Herald, 1908-1910

Weekly Advertiser-Appeal (Brunswick), 1888

Weekly Sumter Republican (Americus), 1870-1885

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3 Replies to “Georgia Historic Newspaper Update – Spring 2018”

  1. this is great. wish there were more north ga newspapers available,like pickens, ellijay, dawson counties. here’s hoping one day that will happen. thanks guys for all your hard work.

  2. Those of us interested in local (Augusta) history are still hoping one day to see the “modern” Augusta Herald (1899-1973) in the files. That was the afternoon newspaper that hit the streets and homes around 1 p.m., daily, right in time for businessmen to come home to lunch and check out the latest local news.

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