More Old Newspapers Added to Trove

Since the National Library of Australia started digitising the old newspapers back in July 2008 and putting them online, they just keep geting better and better. Launched with over 3 million articles, the Trove website now gives users access to over 12 million pages from over 650 Australian newspapers, with more historical newspapers and articles added regularly.

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Trove Adds More Old Newspapers Online

While we all continue “Troving” (yes, that is now a word), and text correcting on the Trove newspapers website, the team who digitise the newspapers for the NLA have been working hard, and have a huge batch of new newspaper titles most of which are online already, with a few to follow shortly.

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Update on Trove’s Historical Australian Newspaper Digitisation Program

Back in July 2011 I posted Trove’s digitisation schedule of historical Australian newspapers, now they have released an update on this list, and have included the schedule for newspapers in 2012-2013.

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Wanted: Australia’s Missing Newspapers

Have you heard about the “Australian Newspaper Plan”? I’m guessing most of you said no, so I’m going to tell you about it. It is a collaborate project organised by the National Library of Australia in a bid to locate historical newspapers that are missing in their collection.

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Historical Australian Newspapers Digitisation Schedule for 2011-2012

The National Library of Australia’s digitisation of historical Australian newspapers has to one of the most important resources that is available online, and even better that it is FREE!! As you can understand this is a work-in-progress, but I can tell you that they don’t look like slowing down any time soon!! Yay, and I KNOW I’m not alone on that one!!!

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Trove Update: More Historic Australian Newspapers Added

The National Library of Australia’s digitised newspaper collection ranks up there as one of the most important resources available online for historians and genealogists researching Australian history and people. This spectacular collection continues to grow each month, with more years, and new papers being continuously added …

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12 “Must-Visit” FREE Websites for Researching Australian Genealogy

The interest in genealogy is constantly growing, and with it comes the availability of more records … mostly online. Here is a list of ‘must-visit’ sites for those who are reseaching Australians. Newspapers, convicts, cemeteries, military records, photographs, shipping records and more are all available online and for FREE.

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New Australian Genealogy Records Online – September 2010

Looking for new records to search? Online? Well, load up your computer, and get browsing, as there is a whole heap of new Australian genealogy records which have recently made it online, just waiting for you to search.

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New Australian Genealogy Records Online – June 2010

It is true that Australia seems to be behind the rest of the world (well, the US and UK) as far as getting genealogical data online. But it is coming, bit-by-bit. This is a listing of new ‘Australian’ data added online recently …

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