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Lincoln, Nebraska, Newspaper Archives (1885 - 1953)

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The greatest challenge of exploring your family history is uncovering accurate records in Nebraska. Before the invention of the Internet, official records were spotty. Genealogy enthusiasts need to get creative when it comes to finding those elusive ancestors and discovering their stories.

Lincoln historical newspapers are an incredibly useful tool for discovering who you are and where you came from.

Our Lincoln, Nebraska newspaper archive enables you to explore different newspapers going back decades. Look up every issue of Lincoln historic newspapers to find news stories, obituaries, marriage records, and birth records to fill in the gaps of your knowledge regarding your family surname history.

Some of the reasons to use our Lincoln newspaper database include:

  • Build the branches of your family tree.
  • Discover Members of your extended family.
  • Find stories about the lives of unknown ancestors.

At GenealogyBank, we have access more than 13,000 local and national newspapers traversing 330 years of U.S. history.

Approximately 95% of our Lincoln, Nebraska historic online newspapers cannot be found anywhere else, and you can access them in a matter of seconds.

How to Search a Lincoln Newspaper Database

Whether you’re new to genealogy or you’re the resident family historian, finding records in the Lincoln newspaper archive couldn’t be simpler.

All you have to do is choose your desired newspaper collection and enter the last name of your relative. Click “Search,” and you’ll see all records relating to your family name.

For additional tips, you can also download our “Tips for Searching Newspapers” guide completely free of charge.

Already got more information on a certain relative? Try an advanced Lincoln newspaper database search.

  • Step One - Include the first and last names of a specific relative to narrow down your results.
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  • Step Three - Maybe you keep getting irrelevant results from nearby locations? Exclude certain keywords to eliminate these results from your research.
  • Step Four - Include a year range if you already have a rough idea of when your relative lived.
  • Step Five - Use filters to get the oldest, newest, or best match results first.

Tips for a Successful Lincoln Newspaper Search

Finding a specific person across 330 years of U.S. history can be tough, especially if they had a commonly used name. This is where the challenge of sifting through Lincoln, Nebraska historical newspapers comes in.

Many records contain minimal information, or they were recorded via an oral interaction. This could lead to spelling mistakes or outright incorrect statements. Unfortunately, there was extraordinarily little auditing of obituaries, death notices, and news stories in Lincoln historic newspapers.

Here are some useful tips for finding the right ancestors:

  • Try searching by a person’s initials. Older Lincoln newspapers often didn’t include full names. This is more common as you work your way back through history.
  • To find a female relative, search for their husband’s name. The wife’s name wasn’t included in full, especially their pre-marriage family name.
  • Use common misspellings. This is extra helpful if you have a hard-to-spell family name or a name of non-English origin.

These techniques can help track down ancestors you’re having trouble finding. It’s not uncommon for family researchers to hit a brick wall while tracing their family tree. But there’s always more information to uncover! Try searching U.S. Census Records to gather more family details before exploring historical newspapers.

Remember, Lincoln historic online newspaper records provide details of your family that cannot be found in government records. It was once very common for everyday lives of your ancestors to be captured in the newspaper. You’ll be amazed at the family facts and stories you’ll uncover.

How to Find Ancestors in Lincoln Historical Newspapers

There are countless reasons why records for your ancestors may appear in a newspaper. For most people, these could be birth announcements, marriage announcements, or obituaries. All of these records are potentially available via the Lincoln newspaper archive.

The easiest way to begin working on your family history is to work backward. With potentially thousands of Americans sharing your last name across the state, it’s easy to mistakenly add someone unrelated to your family tree.

Steadily moving through extended family members and using other relatives to fill in the gaps of some of the more elusive members of your bloodline can help you gradually build up your family tree.

Remember, before the advent of the Internet, newspapers were the leading way to disseminate information throughout the community.

Here are some additional tips for narrowing down different newspaper records:

  • Include advanced search techniques, such as Boolean operators and proximity searches.
  • Double-check newspaper entries with any official government records.
  • Use other ancestors to confirm the validity of another. Many death notices will mention other ancestors alongside the deceased.

Lincoln historic newspapers are a treasure trove of historical knowledge. And you can access centuries’ worth of issues from the comfort of your own home.

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Lincoln, Nebraska

Introduction ...

Below are the newspapers that have been published in the vicinity of Lincoln.

Our newspaper information for Lincoln is based on data taken from the Chronicling America website. For more information, please see our description of the Chronicling America website.

The following list contains the names of 239 papers that were published in the immediate area of Lincoln. In addition, the list contains another 125 papers that were published in the broader area that surrounded Lincoln. In total, we've identified 364 papers within 40 miles [64.4 km]<1> of Lincoln.

To keep this list from growing too long, not all of the papers have been listed. We have another list where all the papers have been listed in alphabetical order. The complete list can be found on the Extended Newspaper Page for Lincoln.  

Newspapers Published In Lincoln ...

We know of 239 newspapers that have been published in the immediate area of Lincoln:

  • (The Evening State Journal) Lincoln Daily News (from 1916)
  • Capital City Courier (from 1885)
  • Capital City Courier (from 1885)
  • Capital City Sun (from 1961)
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    • Capital City Times (from 1932)
    • Capital Times (from 1988)
    • Capitol City News (from 1941)
    • Daily Nebraskan (from 1995)
    • Daily State Journal (from 1870)
    • Daily State Journal (from 1870)
    • Der Nebraska Ansiedler (from 1878)
    • Der Nebraska Ansiedler (from 1878)
    • Der Reflector (from 1900)
      • The first year of publication was in 1900, with an unknown end date
      • Locate a copy thru WorldCat:   OCLC 17797323
      • Locate a copy thru the Library of Congress:
      • Catalog Card for the Der Reflector
      • Holdings for:   LCCN SN88086148
    • Evening State Journal (from 1929)
    • Fair Play (from 1900)
    • Free Magazine (from 1988)
    • Growing Seasons (from 1976)
    • Hesperian Student (from 1872)
    • Important Facts (from 1893)
      • The first year of publication was in 1893, with an unknown end date
      • Locate a copy thru WorldCat:   OCLC 34429079
      • Locate a copy thru the Library of Congress:
      • Catalog Card for the Important Facts
      • Holdings for:   LCCN SN96080226
    • Lancaster County Citizen (from 1915)
    • Liberty (from 1892)
      • The first year of publication was in 1892, with an unknown end date
      • Locate a copy thru WorldCat:   OCLC 32705453
      • Locate a copy thru the Library of Congress:
      • Catalog Card for the Liberty
      • Holdings for:   LCCN SN95069863
    • Lincoln Daily Evening News (from 1906)
    • Lincoln Daily Globe (from 1876)
    • Lincoln Daily Globe (from 1889)
    • Lincoln Daily Leader (from 1872)
    • Lincoln Daily Leader (from 1872)
    • Lincoln Daily News (the Evening State Journal) (from 1915)
    • Lincoln Daily News (from 1885)
    • Lincoln Daily News (from 1912)
    • Lincoln Daily Post (from 1899)
    • Lincoln Daily Statesman (from 1871)
    • Lincoln Daily Statesman (from 1871)
    • Lincoln Evening Call (from 1894)
    • Lincoln Evening Journal And Nebraska State Journal (from 1951)
    • Lincoln Evening Journal And Nebraska State Journal (from 1951)
    • Lincoln Evening Journal (from 1944)
    • Lincoln Evening Journal (from 1944)
    • Lincoln Evening Journal (from 1973)
    • Lincoln Evening Journal (from 1944)
    • Lincoln Evening Journal (from 1973)
    • Lincoln Evening News (from 1888)
    • Lincoln Evening News (from 1909)
    • Lincoln Evening State Journal (from 1942)
    • Lincoln Farm And Home News (from 1938)
    • Lincoln Gazette (from 1972)
    • Lincoln Gazette (from 1972)
    • Lincoln Journal Star (from 1995)
    • Lincoln Journal Star (from 1995)
    • Lincoln Journal (from 1977)
    • Lincoln Journal (from 1977)
    • Lincoln Nebraska State Journal (from 1942)
    • Lincoln Nebraska State Journal (from 1942)
    • Lincoln Nebraska State Journal (from 1942)
    • Lincoln Newspaper Union (from 18??)
    • Lincoln Newspaper Union (from 18??)
    • Lincoln Svenska Tribun (from 1901)
    • Lincoln Svenska Tribun (from 1901)
    • Lincoln Weekly Globe (from 1876)
    • Lincoln Weekly News (from 1885)
    • Lincoln Weekly Sun (from 1888)
    • Lincolnland Sun (from 1961)
    • Live Coals Of Fire (from 1899)
    • Live Coals Of Fire (from 1899)
    • Living Issue And The New Republic (from 1887)
    • Living Issue And The New Republic (from 1887)
    • Nebraska Biweekly Dispatch (from 1974)
    • Nebraska Biweekly Dispatch (from 1974)
    • Nebraska Citizen And Burchard Times (from 1936)
    • Nebraska Citizen (from 1936)
    • Nebraska Craftsman (from 1924)
    • Nebraska Dispatch (from 1975)
    • Nebraska Echo (from 1909)
    • Nebraska Farmer (from 1872)
    • Nebraska Independent Patron (from 1876)
    • Nebraska Intelligencer (from 1869)
    • Nebraska Legal News (from 1892)
    • Nebraska Legion News (from 1920)
    • Nebraska Peacemaker (from 19??)
    • Nebraska Reporter (from 1972)
    • Nebraska Report (from 1972)
    • Nebraska Report (from 1972)
    • Nebraska Staats-Anzeiger (from 1880)
    • Nebraska State Democrat (from 1888)
    • Nebraska State Journal (from 1869)
    • Nebraska State Journal (from 1892)
    • Nebraska State Journal (from 1892)
    • Nebraska State Journal (from 1869)
    • Nebraska State Laborer (from 1888)
    • Nebraska State Register (from 186?)
    • Nebraska Trails (from 1971)
    • Nebraska VFW Monthly (from 1946)
    • New Republic-Patriot (from 1901)
    • Northeast Lincoln Sun (from 1961)
    • Northwest Lincoln Sun (from 1973)
    • Our Nation's Anchor (from 1894)
    • Produce Weekly Reporter And Prices Current (from 1900)
    • Radical Leaves (from 1876)
    • Republican Good News (from 1948)
    • Saturday Morning Courier (from 1893)
    • Saturday Morning Courier (from 1893)
    • Saturday Post-Democrat (from 1904)
    • Semi-Weekly Nebraska State Journal (from 1891)
    • Semi-Weekly Nebraska State Journal (from 1891)
    • Semi-Weekly State Journal (from 1892)
    • Southeast Lincoln Sun (from 1961)
    • Southwest Lincoln Sun (from 1973)
    • Sunday Morning Courier (from 1893)
    • Sunday Morning Courier (from 1893)
    • Sun (from 1982)
      • Years of publication:  1982 to 1985
      • Locate a copy thru WorldCat:   OCLC 32705573
      • Locate a copy thru the Library of Congress:
      • Catalog Card for the Sun
      • Holdings for:   LCCN SN95069872
    • Sun (from 1982)
      • Years of publication:  1982 to 1986
      • Locate a copy thru WorldCat:   OCLC 32705561
      • Locate a copy thru the Library of Congress:
      • Catalog Card for the Sun
      • Holdings for:   LCCN SN95069874
    • Sun (from 1982)
      • Years of publication:  1982 to 1986
      • Locate a copy thru WorldCat:   OCLC 32705553
      • Locate a copy thru the Library of Congress:
      • Catalog Card for the Sun
      • Holdings for:   LCCN SN95069876
    • Sun (from 1982)
      • Years of publication:  1982 to 1986
      • Locate a copy thru WorldCat:   OCLC 32705617
      • Locate a copy thru the Library of Congress:
      • Catalog Card for the Sun
      • Holdings for:   LCCN SN95069879
    • Sun (from 1982)
      • Years of publication:  1982 to 1986
      • Locate a copy thru WorldCat:   OCLC 32705621
      • Locate a copy thru the Library of Congress:
      • Catalog Card for the Sun
      • Holdings for:   LCCN SN95069991
    • The Alliance-Independent (from 1892)
    • The Alliance (from 1889)
    • The Bugle (from 18??)
    • The Capital City Observer (from 1900)
    • The Citizen (from 1933)
    • The Commoner (from 1901)
    • The Commoner (from 1901)
    • The Commoner (from 1901)
    • The Commoner (from 1901)
    • The Commoner (from 1901)
      • Years of publication:  1901 to 1923
      • Issues available online:   767
      • Scanned issues:   January 23, 1901  to  December 1, 1922
      • Catalog of available issues online
      • Locate a copy thru WorldCat:   OCLC 6085280
      • Locate a copy thru the Library of Congress:
      • Catalog Card:   The Commoner
      • Holdings:   LCCN 46032385
      • ISSN Number:   2163-6680
    • The Commoner (from 1901)
    • The Country Merchant (from 1901)
    • The Courier (from 1894)
    • The Courier (from 1894)
    • The Courier (from 1894)
    • The Daily Evening News (from 1883)
    • The Daily Nebraska Commonwealth (from 1869)
    • The Daily Nebraska State Journal (from 1870)
    • The Daily Nebraska State Journal (from 1878)
    • The Daily Nebraska State Journal (from 1878)
    • The Daily Nebraskan (from 1901)
    • The Daily New Republic (from 1888)
    • The Daily People (from 1891)
    • The Daily State Democrat (from 1879)
    • The Daily Unionist (from 1892)
    • The Daily World (from 1879)
    • The Evening News-Call (from 1898)
    • The Evening News (from 1892)
    • The Evening Post (from 1896)
    • The Evening State Journal (and Lincoln Daily News) (from 1920)
    • The Evening State Journal (from 1919)
    • The Farmers' Alliance And Nebraska Independent (from 1892)
    • The Farmers' Alliance (from 1889)
    • The Independent (from 1902)
    • The Independent (from 1902)
    • The Irish-American Weekly (from 1892)
    • The Jet Scoop (from 1954)
    • The Journalist (from 1976)
    • The Journalist (from 1995)
    • The Journalist (from 1976)
    • The Lancaster County Weekly And The Havelock Times-Post (from 1933)
    • The Lancaster County Weekly (from 1933)
    • The Last Hope Of The Republic (from 1899)
    • The Leader (from 1899)
    • The Lincoln Daily Call (from 1888)
    • The Lincoln Daily News (from 1881)
    • The Lincoln Daily Star (from 1902)
    • The Lincoln Daily Star (from 1902)
    • The Lincoln Daily Sun (from 1892)
    • The Lincoln Democrat (from 1876)
    • The Lincoln Evening News And Daily Call (from 1898)
    • The Lincoln Evening News (from 1898)
    • The Lincoln Evening News (from 1899)
    • The Lincoln Herald (from 1896)
    • The Lincoln Independent (from 1895)
    • The Lincoln Methodist (from 1915)
    • The Lincoln Monthly (from 188?)
    • The Lincoln Public (from 191?)
    • The Lincoln Societyette (from 1899)
    • The Lincoln Star (from 1921)
    • The Lincoln Star (from 1921)
    • The Lincoln Star (from 1921)
    • The Lincoln Tribune (from 1915)
    • The Lincoln Weekly Call (from 1888)
    • The Lincoln Weekly Herald (from 1890)
    • The Lincoln Weekly Star (from 1911)
    • The Lincoln Weekly Star (from 1911)
    • The Medley (from 1898)
      • The first year of publication was in 1898, with an unknown end date
      • Locate a copy thru WorldCat:   OCLC 34519950
      • Locate a copy thru the Library of Congress:
      • Catalog Card for The Medley
      • Holdings for:   LCCN SN96080229
    • The Monthly Hesperian Student (from 18??)
    • The Nation's Anchor
    • The Nebraska Beacon (from 1933)
    • The Nebraska Commonwealth (from 1867)
    • The Nebraska Commonwealth (from 1867)
    • The Nebraska Digest (from 1929)
    • The Nebraska Farmer-Laborite (from 1936)
    • The Nebraska Independent (from 1896)
    • The Nebraska Independent (from 1890)
    • The Nebraska Leader (from 1919)
    • The Nebraska Outlook (from 1919)
    • The Nebraska Patriot (from 1899)
    • The Nebraska Patron (from 1874)
    • The Nebraska Post (from 1898)
    • The Nebraska Progressive (from 1912)
    • The Nebraska State Capital (from 1889)
    • The Nebraska State Capital (from 1889)
    • The Nebraska Worker (from 191?)
    • The Nebraskan-Hesperian (from 1899)
    • The New Economy (from 1892)
      • The first year of publication was in 1892, with an unknown end date
      • Locate a copy thru WorldCat:   OCLC 34429075
      • Locate a copy thru the Library of Congress:
      • Catalog Card for The New Economy
      • Holdings for:   LCCN SN96080225
    • The New Patriot (from 1902)
    • The New Republic (from 1885)
    • The New Republic (from 1887)
    • The New Republic (from 1901)
    • The New Republic (from 1887)
    • The New State (from 1921)
    • The New Sun (from 1986)
    • The News (from 1881)
    • The Northeast Lincoln News (from 1955)
    • The Police Journal (from 189?)
    • The Progressive (from 191?)
    • The Spokesman (from 193?)
    • The Sprague Signal (from 189?)
    • The Sun (from 1987)
      • Years of publication:  1987 to 1988
      • Locate a copy thru WorldCat:   OCLC 32705613
      • Locate a copy thru the Library of Congress:
      • Catalog Card for The Sun
      • Holdings for:   LCCN SN95069993
    • The Voice (from 1946)
    • The Wageworker (from 1904)
    • The Wageworker (from 1904)
    • The Wealth Makers Of The World (from 1894)
    • The Weekly Enterpriser (from 191?)
    • The Weekly Independent (from 1893)
    • The Weekly Nebraska State Journal (from 1878)
    • The Weekly Nebraska State Journal (from 1878)
    • The Weekly News (from 1895)
    • The Weekly Review (from 1933)
      • Years of publication:  1933 to 19??
      • Locate a copy thru WorldCat:   OCLC 34540366
Sours: https://roadsidethoughts.com/ne/lincoln-xx-lancaster-localpapers.htm
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The Alliance-independent. (Lincoln, Nebraska) 1892-1894The alliance. (Lincoln, Nebraska) 1889-1889Capital city courier. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1893The commoner. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-1923The courier. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1894-1903The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-currentThe farmers' alliance and Nebraska independent. (Lincoln, Nebraska) 1892-1892The farmers' alliance. (Lincoln, Nebraska) 1889-1892The Hesperian / (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1899Hesperian student / (Lincoln [Neb.]) 1872-1885The independent. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1902-1907The Lincoln independent. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1895-1896The Nebraska independent. (Lincoln, Nebraska) 1896-1902Nebraska Staats-Anzeiger. (Lincoln, Nebraska) 1880-1901
Languages: German The Nebraskan. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1892-1899Saturday morning courier. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1893-1894Sunday morning courier. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1893-1893The voice. (Lincoln, Nebraska) 1946-195?The Wageworker. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1904-????The Wealth makers of the world. (Lincoln, Nebraska) 1894-1896The weekly independent. (Lincoln, Nebraska) 1893-1895The weekly review (Lincoln, Nebraska) 1933-19??Will Maupin's weekly. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1911-1912
Sours: https://nebnewspapers.unl.edu/titles/places/nebraska/lancaster/lincoln/

Nebraska's Daily Newspapers

Writing a letter to the editor or an op-ed for a local newspaper is something anyone can do. The list below provides the name, website and other information associated with every daily newspaper in Nebraska. The Nebraska Press Association provides a searchable listing of all the daily and weekly newspapers in the state at http://www.nebpress.com/search/.

Prior to authoring an op-ed, the best advice is to contact the newspaper's editor or editorial page editor to check their interest.  The daily newspapers follow below.

www.omaha.com

[email protected] (Melissa Matczak executive editor)

Omaha World-HeraldOmaha World-Herald BuildingOmaha, NE 68102-1138

Phone: (402) 444-1000

www.journalstar.com

[email protected] (Dave Bundy editor)

Lincoln Journal Star926 P. St.Lincoln, NE 68508 

Phone: (402) 473-7306

 

www.theindependent.com

[email protected] (Jim Faddis managing editor)

Grand Island Independent422 West First StreetGrand Island, NE 68802-1208 

Phone: (308) 382-1000 or 1-800-658-3160

www.kearneyhub.com

[email protected] (Mike Konz managing editor)

Kearney Hub13 East 22nd StreetKearney, NE 68848 

Phone: (308) 237-2152.

 

www.norfolkdailynews.com

[email protected] (Kent Warneke editor)

Norfolk Daily News525 Norfolk AvenueNorfolk, NE 68701 

Phone: (402) 371-1020



www.nptelegraph.com

[email protected] (Joan Von Kampen news editor)

North Platte Telegraph621 N. ChestnutNorth Platte, NE 69101 

Phone: (308) 532-6000 or 1-800-753-7092

 

www.starherald.com

[email protected] (Brad Staman editor)

Scottsbluff Star-Herald1405 Broadway Scottsbluff NE 69361 

Phone: 1-800-846-6102

beatricedailysun.com

[email protected] (Patrick Ethridge editor)

Beatrice Daily Sun200 North 7th StreetBeatrice NE 68310-3916 

Phone: (402) 223-5233

 

www.columbustelegram.com

[email protected] (Matt Lindberg editor)

Columbus Telegram1254 27th Ave. Columbus, NE 68601

Phone: (402) 563-7502

www.fremonttribune.com

[email protected] (Tony Gray editor)

Fremont Tribune135 North MainFremont, NE 68025

Phone: (402) 721-500



www.hastingstribune.com

[email protected] (Darran Fowler publisher)

Hastings Tribune908 West 2nd StreetHastings, NE 68902 

Phone: (402) 462-2131 or 1-800-742-6397

 

www.alliancetimes.com

[email protected] (Tom Shaal publisher)

Alliance Times-Herald114 E 4th StreetAlliance, NE 69301-0773 

Phone: (308) 762-3060

 

Holdrege Citizen

Holdrege Citizen418 Garfield St.Holdrege, NE 68949 

Phone: (308) 995-4441

 

www.mccookgazette.com

[email protected] (Bruce Crosby editor)

McCook GazetteW. First and E StreetsMcCook, NE 69001

Phone: (308) 345-4500

 

York News-Times

www.yorknewstimes.com

[email protected] (Carrie Colburn publisher)

York News-Times327 Platte Ave. York, NE 68467 

Phone: (402) 362-4478

 

www.ncnewspress.com

[email protected] (Kirt Manion editor)

Nebraska City News-Press823 Central Ave. Nebraska City, NE 68410 

Phone: (402) 873-3334

 

Sidney Daily Sun-Telegraph

www.suntelegraph.com

[email protected]

Sidney Daily Sun-Telegraph817 12th AvenueSidney, NE 69162 

Phone: (308) 254-2818

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Newspapers lincoln nebraska

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