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Wednesday, June 02, 2010

ST. LOUIS REPUBLIC (1900-1904) NOW AVAILABLE ONLINE

The Library of Congress' Chronicling America website includes the digitized, keyword-searchable St. Louis Republic, 1900-1904. Under the "OR select newspaper(s)" heading, select "St. Louis Republic," then try some searches in the "Enter search" section.

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Note to house historians: If you are researching a house that dates back to this time period (1900-1904), search for the street address of your home.

Please note: These digitized newspaper issues were rendered searchable by optical character recognition (OCR) software, which translates scanned printed text into machine-readable (i.e., searchable) text. Oftentimes, the OCR software misinterprets the typeset letters, so be prepared for more than a few “speed bumps” when searching / reading these items.

Click “Search Pages” in the “View Newspaper Pages” box.

These other Missouri newspapers are also currently viewable online (dates available vary by newspaper):

Daily Missourian (Columbia, MO)
Evening Missourian (Columbia, MO)
Hayti Herald
Jasper News
Kansas City Daily Journal
Kansas Ciy Journal
Missouri Herald (Hayti, MO)
St. Joseph Observer
St. Louis Republic
University Missourian (Columbia, MO)
Weekly Graphic (Kirksville, MO)

1 comment:

Carrie said...

THANK YOU for sharing this! In my search I found where THREE of my Rauschkolb ancestors were members of the DRUMMOND GUARDS. The article included a group picture!