The Library of Virginia has added several titles to the growing list of digitized historical newspapers accessible on Virginia Chronicle. Recent additions include:


Alexandria Herald

1813—1825


Caroline County Circular (Bowling Green)
May—July 1980


Central Gazette (Charlottesville)
1824—1827


Constitutional Whig (Richmond)
1824—1832


Gator (Amphibious Force, US Atlantic Fleet, Norfolk)
Nov. 1952, Oct. 1966, Mar. 1977


Jaguar Journal (Falls Church High School Newspaper, Falls Church)
1948—1996


Jag Wire (Falls Church High School Newspaper, Falls Church)
1997—2019


Jeffersonian (Thomas Jefferson High School Newspaper, Richmond)
1931—1979


Kenbridge Tribune
1909


Lunenburg Press (Kenbridge)
Sept. 1936-Jan. 1937


Lynchburg Press
1808—1822


Lynchburg Press and Public Advertiser
1818—1821


Lynchburg Tri Weekly Virginian
Sept.—Dec. 1885


Lynchburg Weekly Gazette
1799—1805


Manassas Democrat
Jan. 10, 1918


Manassas Gazette
Mar. 20, 1891


Manassas Journal
Jan. 11, 1918


New Era (Portsmouth)
July 1845—Mar. 1847


Progress (Newport News)
May 3, 1913


Recorder, or, Lady’s and Gentleman’s Miscellany
(Richmond, Sept. 1, 1802, p. 2, c. 2 contains Thomas Jefferson/Sally Hemmings story)
Feb.—Oct. 1802

Recorder (Richmond, continues Recorder, or, Lady’s and Gentleman’s Miscellany)
Nov. 1802—Jun. 1803


Sandy Valley News (Grundy)
Nov. 21, 1913 & July 14, 1922


Staunton Spectator (1827 ed.)
1827—1832


Virginia Advocate (Charlottesville)
1827—1830


Virginia Argus (Richmond)
1797—1816

Additional issues of the Bedford Democrat, the Central Presbyterian, the Richmond Enquirer, and the Richmond Planet have also been posted. Visit Virginia Chronicle today to explore what’s new!

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