From the Morgan County Press, 1918. Look out for Wartburg’s Morgan County Press, and more World War One-era Tennessee newspapers, on Chronicling America in 2016.
The Mickie Says cartoon panel was created by Charles Sughroe and syndicated through the Western Newspaper Union from 1918. Each week, the cartoon’s young protagonist – a “printer’s devil” at a small town newspaper – reminded readers to support their
In October, the total number of pages available via Chronicling America surpassed 10 MILLION! And it was a Tennessee batch that took it through that barrier! The latest Tennessee titles to be added are: Putnam County Herald (1911-1921), Sneedville News
Over the last few years you’ve enjoyed browsing and searching America’s historical newspapers on Chronicling America, but all the time you were thinking, I know there’s so much more I could be doing with this data. Well now’s your chance!
Here’s a handwritten and illustrated poem by Edmund Vance Cooke.
The Chronicling America website will not be available this weekend due to maintenance on all Library of Congress websites. Here is the announcement from the Library of Congress: Websites Down Aug. 28-30, Reading Rooms Closed Aug. 29 The Library’s public
The Chattanooga News, July 1918 – December 1920, is now available on Chronicling America. Issues feature war reports, news from the home front, editorial cartoons, and the daily weather report from Billy ‘Possum.
The holiday wouldn’t be complete without some patriot music …
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