In Hawaiʻi, 1,250 newspaper titles were published between 1834 and 2000.
Today, we have online access to:
47 Hawaiian language newspapers (via the Hoʻolaupaʻi project)
26 Japanese language newspapers (via the Hoover Institution Hoji Shinbun project)
23 English language newspapers (via NDNP/Chronicling America)
Where did the rest of these newspapers go and how do you get access to them?
Use the tabs across the top of this guide to find:
Print and Microfilm
Most newspaper content that survives today exists on microfilm and to a lesser extent in paper.
Historical newspapers: A few newspaper titles have been converted to digital format.
Current newspapers: The daily newspapers from the main islands offer some of their content online.
Some newspapers online offer full-text searching. Where that is not available, indexes are essential. Use this page to find newspaper articles.
With well over a thousand newspaper titles published in Hawaiʻi over time, finding just the right newspaper to use can be a challenge. Use these indexes to find newspapers, or to find out more about a newspaper you are using. Want to know what the editorial stance of a paper is or was? Check these indexes.
This page was created by the librarians at the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa Library's Hawaiian Collection. Contact us if you need assistance.
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