The National Digital Newspaper Program (NDNP), a partnership between the National Endowment for Humanities (NEH) and the Library of Congress, is a long-term effort to provide permanent, free access to historic newspapers selected and digitized by NEH-funded awardees in the United States. The NDNP incorporates newspapers published from 1690-1963 into a national digital newspaper resource, Chronicling America, where the digitized pages are made available. 

The University of Florida was one of the original NDNP awardees in 2005 when NDNP first started. Approximately 100,000 of pages from newspapers published between 1900-1910 were digitized and incorporated into Chronicling America. The University of Puerto Rico-Rio Piedras joined us in 2013 as a first time NDNP participant.


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