"Historical TN Newspaper Digitized, Available Online" via Chronicling America
From the University of Tennessee Libraries Blog:
Tennessee has now made its first contribution to a national electronic database of historical newspapers, thanks to a federal grant.
The Tennessee Digital Newspaper Project (TDNP) is a joint effort between the University of Tennessee and the Tennessee State Library and Archives (TSLA), funded by a grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH), to digitize more than 100,000 pages of Tennessee’s microfilmed newspapers dating from 1836 to 1922. The NEH has funded similar projects in other states as it builds the national database.
Issues of the Memphis Daily Appeal from 1857 to 1872 were scanned and added to the Library of Congress’s Chronicling America website. To view the paper, visit http://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/. Access is free to the public.
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