Forthcoming Newspapers – Fall 2021

banner for forthcoming newspapers to be hosted on the Georgia Historic Newspapers website

Over the next year, the Digital Library of Georgia will be adding a variety of new newspaper titles to the Georgia Historic Newspapers (GHN) website (https://gahistoricnewspapers.galileo.usg.edu/). The digitization of these two groups of papers has been funded by the Georgia Public Library Service and the R. J. Taylor Foundation.

Below is the list of newspapers titles currently slated to be added to GHN in Fall 2021/Winter 2022.

Georgia Public Library Service-funded newspaper titles:

Advertiser (Cleveland), 1881

Brunswick Times, 1923-1932

Camila Enterprise, 1904-1926

Cleveland Advertiser, 1880-1881

Cleveland Courier, 1896-1965

Courier Sentinel (Ellijay), 1898-1899

Covington News, 1909-1924

Covington Star, 1885-1902

Ellijay Courier, 1877-1915

Ellijay Times, 1906-1915

Georgia Enterprise (Covington), 1889-1909

Pelham Journal, 1908-1924

Times-Courier (Ellijay), 1916-1924

 

R. J. Taylor, Jr. Foundation-funded newspaper titles:

Abbeville Chronicle, 1898-1901

Adel News, 1900-1904

Advertiser (Fort Gaines), 1887-1890

Advocate-Democrat (Crawfordville, Ga.), 1893-1899

American Union (West Bowersville), 1885-1893

Arlington Advance, 1879-1882

Ashburn Advance, 1897-1900

Banner-Messenger (Buchanan), 1891-1900

Baptist Reporter (Guyton), 1888

Blackshear News, 1878-1882

Blackshear Times, 1889-1901

Blairsville Free Press, 1892

Blairsville Herald, 1892-1902

Blue Ridge Post, 1893-1913

Bogart News, 1897

Bulloch County Banner (Statesboro), 1893

Bulloch Herald (Statesboro), 1899-1901

Bulloch Times (Statesboro), 1893-1898

Calhoun County Courier (Leary), 1882-1902

Carnesville Advance, 1899-1917

Carnesville Tribune, 1890-1894

Clay County Reformer (Fort Gaines), 1894

Clinch County News (Homerville), 1898-1911

Columbia Sentinel (Harlem), 1885-1923

Conyers Examiner, 1878-1883

Conyers Weekly, 1883-1888

Conyers Weekly, 1895-1901

Conyers Weekly-Banner, 1901-1902

Cordele Sentinel, 1899-1902

Correspondent (Roberta), 1892-1903

Crawford County Correspondent (Roberta), 1892

Crawford County Herald (Knoxville), 1890-1892

Crawfordville Advocate, 1895-1896

Crawfordville Democrat, 1881-1893

DeKalb News (Decatur), 1884

Democrat (Crawfordville), 1877-1881

Demorest Times, 1891-1894

Dispatch (Ocilla), 1899

Dodge County Journal (Eastman), 1887

DuPont Okefenokean, 1880

Eastman Times (Eastman), 1879-1887

Echols Echo (Statenville), 1916

Enterprise (Carnesville), 1890-1892

Enterprise-Record (Gibson), 1892

Excelsior News, 1879

Fannin County Gazette (Morganton), 1891

Fitzgerald Enterprise, 1897-1902

Fitzgerald Leader, 1897-1912

Fort Gaines Sentinel, 1895-1902

Fort Valley Mirror, 1880-1881

Franklin County Register (Carnesville), 1878-1888

Georgia Farmer (Statesboro), 1892

Gibson Record, 1892-1933

Hale’s Weekly (Conyers), 1892-1895

Hamilton Journal, 1881-1906

Hancock Weekly Journal (Sparta), 1869-1870

Haralson Banner (Buchanan), 1884-1891

Headlight (Gray), 1889

High Shoals Messenger, 1897

Industrial Banner (DuPont), 1892

Irwin County News (Ocilla), 1893-1897

Jasper News, 1885

Jesup Sentinel, 1890-1907

Jones County Headlight (Gray), 1888-1889

Jones County News (Gray), 1895-1906

Knoxville Journal, 1888-1889

Leader Fort Valley, 1897

Lincoln Home Journal, 1898-1902

Lincolnton News, 1882-1890

Lithonia New Era, 1890

Lumpkin Independent, 1891-1902

Monroe Advertiser (Forsyth), 1888-1902

Morgan Monitor, 1897-1899

Morganton News, 1891

Murray County Gazette (Spring Place), 1879-1879

Murray News (Spring Place), 1897-1909

North Georgia Times (Spring Place), 1881-1891

Ocilla Dispatch, 1899-1901

Oconee Enterprise (Watkinsville), 1887-1915

Oglethorpe Echo (Lexington), 1878-1898

Pickens County Herald (Jasper), 1888-1899

Pickens County Progress (Jasper), 1899-1926

Pike County Journal (Zebulon), 1888-1902

People’s Advocate (Crawfordville), 1893

Record (Wrightsville), 1897-1900

Rockdale Banner (Conyers), 1888-1900

Schley County Enterprise (Ellaville), 1886-1888

Schley County News (Ellaville), 1889-1900

Solid South (Conyers), 1885-1892

South Georgian (McVille), 1879-1880

Southeast Georgian (Kingsland), 1895-1932

Southern Record (Toccoa), 1897-1898

Southern Times & Planter (Sparta), 1874

Sparta Times and Planter (Sparta), 1874

Spring Place Jimplecute, 1891-1903

Statesboro Eagle, 1889-1891

Statesboro Star, 1894-1899

Stillmore Times, 1898

Sylvania Telephone, 1879-1907

Times-Journal (Eastman), 1899

Times & Planter (Sparta), 1874

Toccoa News, 1880-1889

Toccoa News and Piedmont Industrial Journal, 1889-1893

Toccoa News, 1893-1896

Toccoa Times, 1894-1896

Toccoa Times-News, 1896-1897

Toccoa Record, 1901-1902

Tribune (Buchanan), 1898-1901

Watkinsville Advance, 1880-1881

Wayne County News (Jesup), 1897-1910

Wiregrass Cracker (Homerville), 1883

Wrightsville Recorder, 1880-1902

Young Harris News, 1900

 

About the R. J. Taylor, Jr. Foundation

The purpose of the R. J. Taylor, Jr. Foundation Trust is to promote genealogical research and study in Georgia in conjunction with the Georgia Genealogical Society and the Georgia Archives. Grants are made to individuals and organizations to defray the expense of publishing (print or digital) records of a genealogical nature from public and private sources. The primary emphasis is on preserving and making available to the public genealogical data concerning citizens of Georgia who were residents prior to 1851. Visit the R. J. Taylor, Jr. Foundation at taylorfoundation.org

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We provide innovative, scalable library technology and services; staff training and best practices; grant administration and more to create equity in library experience for patrons, no matter where they live.

We also work with elected officials to ensure they understand the critical role that libraries play in meeting the immediate and long-term needs of citizens.

Georgia Public Library Service is the state library administrative agency and a unit of the Board of Regents, University System of Georgia.

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New 8th Grade Social Studies Poster Available Online (SS8H11b Social Studies Standards of Excellence module)

We’re happy to share the latest in a series of printable posters for K-12 educators and students, based upon the Georgia 8th Grade Social Studies Standards of Excellence. 

These resources provide high-quality, standards-aligned materials that help teachers meet the varying academic interests and needs of their students.

The latest poster is for the SS8H11b module, “Evaluate the role of Georgia in the modern civil rights movement. Describe the role of individuals (Martin Luther King, Jr. and John Lewis), groups (SNCC and SCLC) and events (Albany Movement and March on Washington) in the Civil Rights Movement.” 

The poster is downloadable here and comes from the Southern school news. (Nashville, Tenn.) 1954-1965, April 01, 1964, Page 9, “School Board Takes Some Actions Advocated by Little Rock Negroes”

You can also review our other posters covering Georgia Social Studies standards of excellence here.

Poster:

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