La Gaceta digitalizada

¡La Gaceta 1926-1932 y 1934-1943 ya está en línea en Chronicling America! Las ediciones hasta 1951 se agregarán durante los próximos dos años.   Puede encontrar más números de La Gaceta, incluidos 1922-1923, 1933 y 1952-2023 en Florida Digital Newspaper Library.   Este blog ha sido adaptado del ensayo sobre La Gaceta publicado en Chronicling America.  La Gaceta esContinue reading La Gaceta digitalizada

Recetas de las Américas Webinar

Texto en español a continuación. Recetas de las Américas Webinar Friday, August 18, 2 p.m EDT  Register here Abstract here  Sarah Tew and Melissa Jerome (current and former US Caribbean and Florida Digital Newspaper Project Coordinators) will present a webinar Recetas de las Américas : A bilingual digital publishing cookbook as part of the Florida DigitalContinue reading Recetas de las Américas Webinar

Fase 5 Periódicos de Florida

This blog is also available in English ¡Nos acercamos al final de la Fase 5 del Proyecto de Periódico Digital del Caribe de EE. UU. y Florida!   Durante esta fase (2021-2023), se digitalizaron los siguientes títulos de periódicos de Florida. Todos los números digitalizados de Diario las Américas ya están en Chronicling America. La mayoríaContinue reading Fase 5 Periódicos de Florida

Phase 5 Florida Titles

Este blog también está disponible en español. We are nearing the end of Phase 5 of the US Caribbean & Florida Digital Newspaper Project!  During this phase (2021-2023), the following newspaper titles from Florida were digitized. All digitized issues of Diario las Américas are already live in Chronicling America. Most issues of La Gaceta digitizedContinue reading Phase 5 Florida Titles

We’re moving to Phase 5!

August 17, 2021 UF Libraries awarded additional funding from NEH to digitize and provide access to historic newspapers The George A. Smathers Libraries at the University of Florida received a grant award from the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) to expand their newspaper digitization efforts and continue participating in the National Digital Newspaper ProgramContinue reading We’re moving to Phase 5!

Meet the Flyest Woman of the 1900s

While browsing the pages of our historical newspaper collection, we stumbled upon an article featuring Jean Dawson. An educator, Dawson, led a seemingly successful campaign against the housefly in the 1900s to combat the spread of diseases like polio. About Polio In the early 1900s, polio was making its way across the United States. However,Continue reading Meet the Flyest Woman of the 1900s

The Southern Jewish Weekly

About the newspaper The Southern Jewish Weekly began publication in 1939, when editor Isadore Moscovitz (a University of Florida Journalism graduate) merged the Florida Jewish News and the Jewish Citizen to create a new newspaper that would be “an independent weekly serving American citizens of Jewish faith”. The Weekly considered itself the “oldest and mostContinue reading The Southern Jewish Weekly

Introducing the Diario las Americas

We are thrilled to announce that all content selected of the Diario las Américas has been digitized and is now available for viewing! There are approximately 15,000 pages for November 1953 – December 1960 that are text-searchable in Chronicling America. This is the first title we have been able to introduce to ChronAm from FloridaContinue reading Introducing the Diario las Americas