Division of Preservation and Access
In honor of Black History Month, we will highlight, in a series of articles, recent projects in the Division of Preservation and Access dealing with various aspects of African American history.
Video of Lightning Round talks from our 2012 National Digital Newspaper Program conference are available for viewing here.
Arizona State Library, Archives and Public Records (ASLAPR) has recently embarked on a project to create Quick Response (QR) Codes for quick access to twelve of its more widely recognized Arizona historic newspapers.
To ensure that America’s historical newspapers will be available for its citizens, in 1982 the NEH created the United States Newspaper Program (USNP), a cooperative national effort.
How one female newspaper editor fought for women's suffrage.
A New Nation Votes: American Election Returns 1787-1825 provides results for nearly 18,000 elections from the earliest years of our nation's history.
Three historic institutions rumored to be haunted, recently received Preservation Assistance Grants from the NEH.
October is American Archives Month, a national effort to raise awareness of the value of archives and archivists.
The headlines in Chronicling America may be old news, but thanks to online access and social media, they are virtually hot off the presses again.
Part of a good preservation plan is being prepared for natural and man-made disasters. However, many institutions do not have the resources, monetary or physical, to store disaster response supplies.
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