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The Chronicling America Newspaper Collection Gets an Interactive Map and Timeline – Plus More ATG News & Announcements for 7/22/22

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According to Information Today “The Library of Congress (LC) blog Headlines & Heroes shared updates on the Chronicling America digitized historical newspapers collection. Users can now access an interactive map and timeline via an application that maps publication locations for 3,000-plus newspapers in the collection. The timeline of publication dates covers 1777–1963. The application is powered by the Esri ArcGIS Instant Apps platform...”


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