Accesses newspaper pages from 1860-1922. This site also provides bibliographic information (name changes, publication runs, etc.) for American newspapers published from 1690 to date. The Library of Congress's page also includes a list of periodicals and newspapers "available inside the library."
A collection of archives newspapers from around the world, alphabetically organized by title. "You can either browse through the full collection of newspapers scanned or use Advanced News Search to specify the date range in which you'd like to search the archives." Search resuls, however, are often less than satisfactory.
The various collections in this repository include the Illinois Digital Newspaper Collection (historic Illinois newspapers), the Farm, Field, and Fireside collection (historic agricultural newspapers), American Popular Entertainment ("digital facsimiles of historic newspapers and trade journals published for the entertainment industry in the US between 1853 and 1929," including the famous sporting and theatrical publication, the New York Clipper), and the Collegiate Chronicle (student newspapers).
This partnership between the National Endowment for the Humanities and the Library of Congress is a "long-term effort to develop an Internet-based, searchable database of U.S. newspapers with descriptive information and select digitization of historic pages." Includes a link to participating states.
Provides more than 10,000 links to magazines, newspapers, news services, and broadcast resources from around the world.
Old Fulton NY Postcards.
Its name notwithstanding, this is an index to hundreds of New York state newspapers as well as papers from other states and Canada. Invaluable for locating information in little-known newspapers published from the nineteenth century to the twenty-first.