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Papers for the People: A Treasury of North Carolina News Sources

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Papers for the People: A Treasury of North Carolina News Sources


North Carolina historic newspapers


A survey of community newspapers produced for specialty audiences and held in the North Carolina Collection..


Linda Jacobson






North Carolina

Collection Items

NC Landmark Limited
A politically-conservative North Carolina newspaper

The Crusader
newspaper focused on the civil rights of African Americans

literary counterculture magazine by Charlotte high school students

Green Line
"The Newsletter of the Western North Carolina Greens” for the Asheville area

The Yellow Jacket
Independent Republican newspaper from Moravian Falls, NC

The Tarheel Cattleman
newspaper for the North Carolina Cattlemen’s Association

NC Cotton Grower
newsletter for the Cotton Growers Co-operative Association

The Colonist
Newspaper of the Western North Carolina Co-operative Manufacturing and Agricultural Association of New York City

Tri-State Tobacco Growers
Served as a means of communication between members of the Tobacco Growers Cooperative Extension

The Manettism
Textile mill newsletter

Durham Labor Journal
pro-union newsletter in Durham, NC

Justice Speaks: Black Workers for Justice
The newsletter of the Black Workers for Justice organization

Employee newsletter of the Adams-Millis Hosiery Mill

employee newsletter of the R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Company

Bragg Briefs
anti-Vietnam War newspaper

The Cherokee One Feather
The official newspaper for the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians

The Boys’ Courier
amateur newspaper

Little But Loud
At 2½” x 2”, this issue marks the smallest newspaper held by the North Carolina Collection

The Connoisseur: a representative of juvenile journalism
poetry and prose by creator and others

The Little News
The publication featured local news and, occasionally, national news.

North Carolina Amateur
amateur newspaper

Our Free Blade
amateur newspaper

Home Journal
amateur newspaper

The People’s Voice
"The Newspaper for all the people of Halifax and Northampton Counties.” The publication possessed a strong progressive bent.

local newspaper, started as student publication
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