OCPL Digital Newspaper Archives: The Intelligencer and the Wheeling News-Register
The Ohio County Public Library is now digitizing the microfilmed versions of our Wheeling News-Register and The Intelligencer newspapers. Click here to view our microfilm collections.
We now have the entire run of the Intelligencer newspapers from 1852-present online. We are currently digitizing the News-Register and the years 1863-1976 are now online with many of the Sunday editions available to the present. More dates will be added to our collection as we continue to process our microfilm.
Digital newspapers from Wheeling preceding 1922 are also available through the Library of Congress's Chronicling America website (see below).
➤ Start searching our digital newspapers
➤ View a tutorial on creating article clippings from our digital newspapers.
NOTE FROM THE ADVANTAGE ARCHIVES TEAM: We apologize for the recent instability that you have been experiencing. Several months ago, we identified a number of infrastructure needs to keep up with our growth, and began the process of upgrading and adding equipment to our environment. These hardware upgrades will provide greater uptime, faster performance, and more stability. They will also allow us to introduce new and exciting tools and updates.
We appreciate your patience as we perform these upgrades. We know they will provide a significant improvement to your Community History Archive. -The Advantage Archives Team
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Chronicling America: Library of Congress Newspaper Archive
Search America's historic newspaper pages from 1789-1924 or use the U.S. Newspaper Directory to find information about American newspapers published between 1690-present. Chronicling America is sponsored jointly by the National Endowment for the Humanities and the Library of Congress.
The Wheeling Daily Intelligencer is available through Chronicling America from 1852-1922, the Wheeling Daily Register from 1863-1897, theWheeling Repository (weekly) from March 1807 to May 8, 1808, the Virginia Statesman, (weekly) from January 1928 to June 1929, the Wheeling Compiler (weekly) from July 1829 to December 1830 (some issues missing), and the Wheeling Times and Advertiser from 1840-1848. To find Wheeling papers, click the "Advanced Search" tab and either select by state or by newspaper.
➤ Start searching Chronicling America
NewspaperArchive Library Edition
NewspaperARCHIVE.com is the world's largest online newspaper archive that spans more than 400 years of family history, small-town events, world news and more. Many newspapers from towns in West Virginia, Eastern Ohio, and Western Pennsylvania are available. Selected dates are available for The Virginia Statesman (1828-1829);
The Wheeling Repository (1807-1808); Wheeling Compiler (1829-1830); Wheeling Daily Intelligencer (1852-1900); Wheeling Daily Register (1863-1878); Wheeling Intelligencer (1911-1922); Wheeling Register (1878-1897); Wheeling Sunday Register (1882-1897); & Wheeling Times And Advertiser (1840-1848).
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(Ohio County Public Library Card Number & Pin Number)
Pin Number is Usually the First Four Letters of Last Name in Lower Case