Colorado Newspapers

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The Western History Department of the [http://www.denverlibrary.org/ Denver Public Library]and the [http://www.coloradohistory.org/ Colorado Historical Society] have the most complete collections of [[Portal:Colorado|Colorado]] newspapers. Both repositories have indexes to newspaper obituaries. The availability of newspapers is also described in Donald E. Oehlerts, ''Guide to Colorado Newspapers, 1859-1963'' (Denver, Colorado: Bibliographical Center for Research, 1964; Family History Library film 1000145 item 4).  
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The Western History Department of the [http://www.denverlibrary.org/ Denver Public Library]and the [http://www.coloradohistory.org/ Colorado Historical Society] have the most complete collections of [[Portal:Colorado|Colorado]] newspapers. Both repositories have indexes to newspaper obituaries. The availability of newspapers is also described in Donald E. Oehlerts, ''Guide to Colorado Newspapers, 1859-1963'' (Denver, Colorado: Bibliographical Center for Research, 1964; Family History Library book 978.8 B3o; film 1000145 item 4).  
  
 
'''Online Resources'''  
 
'''Online Resources'''  

Revision as of 15:12, 20 August 2008

The Western History Department of the Denver Public Libraryand the Colorado Historical Society have the most complete collections of Colorado newspapers. Both repositories have indexes to newspaper obituaries. The availability of newspapers is also described in Donald E. Oehlerts, Guide to Colorado Newspapers, 1859-1963 (Denver, Colorado: Bibliographical Center for Research, 1964; Family History Library book 978.8 B3o; film 1000145 item 4).

Online Resources

http://www.coloradohistoricnewspapers.org/Archive/Skins/CHNC02_regions/welcome.asp?QS=skin%3DCHNC02%5Fregions%26BP%3DOK