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This blog is maintained by the staff of the North Carolina Digital Heritage Center and features highlights from the collections at DigitalNC, an online library of primary sources from institutions across North Carolina.

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Back issues of the Winston-Salem Chronicle now available on DigitalNC

Winston-Salem Chronicle, September 05, 1974, page 1

Winston-Salem Chronicle, September 05, 1974, page 1

Winston-Salem Chronicle, January 15, 1996, page 1

Winston-Salem Chronicle, January 15, 1996, page 1

 

Thanks to the active Winston-Salem Chronicle, which is still in publication, and to the Forsyth County Public Library, DigitalNC now has back issues of the paper available online. The issues date from 1974 to 1996.

The Winston-Salem Chronicle is the city’s oldest community newspaper. The first issue was published in 1974 and it has since been a well-respected, weekly news source that focuses on the African American community in the city.These issues could be excellent resources for those interested in studying community development and activities from the perspective of a minority voice, which
is sometimes overlooked in mainstream media.

To see all of the recently digitized editions of the Winston-Salem Chronicle, click here. To see more community newspapers that are available on DigitalNC, please visit the North Carolina Newspapers Collection.

Visit the Forsyth County Public Library to learn more about the Winston-Salem Chronicle and other resources. You can access the contributor page here.


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