Netherlands Newspaper Resources

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Netherlands Newspaper Resources

An attempt at a list of online searchable indexes of Newspapers in the Netherlands, perhaps also including more general searchable resources.

  • (free) Kranten van Toen
    Kranten van Toen (Newspapers from Yesteryear) is an online collaboration between several newspapers from the north of the Netherlands (Friesland, Groningen and Drenthe) and the Regional Historical Centre. It is the larges online database of newspapers in the Netherlands.
    The archive of the Leeuwarder Courant dates back to 1752, while the database of the Dagblad van het Noorden is still under construction but will soon be available to 1888.
    The site contains a Quick Search, an Extensive Search as well as old maps and a webshop to order any picture from any paper in the database.
    » Language: Dutch
  • (free) Historische Kranten
    Historische Kranten (Historical Newspapers) is an online database from the Royal Library of Historical Newspapers and offers newspapers from many newspapers dating back to as far as 1618. It includes national, regional, local and overseas collonial newspapers.
    » Language: Dutch
  • (free) Utrechts Archief
    Het Utrechts Archief is the regional Archive of the province and city of Utrecht. It's website also includes a section where you can digitally search local and regional newspapers dating from 1893 to 1967.
    » Language: Dutch
  • (free)
    In Delpher vindt u miljoenen gedigitaliseerde teksten uit Nederlandse kranten, boeken en tijdschriften die u allemaal woord voor woord kunt doorzoeken. De teksten komen uit de collecties van diverse wetenschappelijke instellingen, bibliotheken en erfgoedinstellingen. That Google Translates to: In Delpher you will find millions of digitized texts from Dutch newspapers, books and magazines, all of which you can search word for word. The texts come from the collections of various scientific institutions, libraries and heritage institutions.
    » Language: Dutch

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Dutch genealogy expert, Yvette Hoitink, points out that several Netherlands archives allow you to request documents to be scanned free of charge.
posted by Kenneth Fles
So I don't know Dutch, and did I mention that I'm just a rookie here?
posted by Kenneth Fles
I only clicked on please adopt - which was without knowing it would sort of seal the deal. Alright I'll add a link to the Delpher archive, and you can contact me if you want to, but there has to be someone more expert than myself - I'm American!
posted by Kenneth Fles