MAY EXHIBIT

Once a month a new exhibit of borderlands newspapers is displayed. This month showcases Las Dos Repúblicas 1877 published in Tucson, AZ. Take a look at the first newspaper written in Spanish in Tucson. Courtesy of the American Antiquarian Society. Information for these issues can be found in their catalog record Clarence.

APRIL EXHIBIT

Once a month a new exhibit of borderlands newspapers is displayed. This month showcases La Estrella 1916 published in Las Cruces, NM. Look for Carranza's threat of war against the United States! Courtesy of Hispanic American Newspapers, 1808-1930 Collection. Newsbank. 

MARCH EXHIBIT

Once a month a new exhibit of borderlands newspapers is displayed. This month showcases Californian 1846 published in Monterey, CA. This was the first newspaper published in the state of California. Courtesy of California Digital Newspaper Collection

JANUARY EXHIBIT

Once a month a new exhibit of borderlands newspapers is displayed. The month of January showcases newspaper archives in the United States and México. The mexican newspaper El Coahuilense 1887 was published in Saltillo, Coahuila and Guia del Pueblo 1831 in Tamaulipas. The U.S. newspaper La Gaceta 1880 was published in Santa Barbara, CA, Evolución 1919 in Laredo, TX, and La República 1920 in El Paso, TX. Find out what news made it to the front page the first day of the year. These issues are courtesy of Hemeroteca Nacional Digital de México, Fondos Documentales Joaquín Meade, and Hispanic American Newspapers, 1808-1930 Collection. Newsbank.

FEBRUARY EXHIBIT

Once a month a new exhibit of borderlands newspapers is displayed. This month showcases El Tucsonense 1923 published in Tucson, AZ, El Tiempo 1904 from Las Cruces, NM, La Crónica 1910 from Laredo, TX, and El Continental 1935 published in El Paso, TX. Take a look at their St. Valentine publications. Courtesy of Hispanic American Newspapers, 1808-1930 Collection. Newsbank.

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