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PJ-50039-08
Ohio Digital Newspaper Project, Phase One
Jenni Salamon, Ohio Historical Society

Grant details: https://securegrants.neh.gov/publicquery/main.aspx?f=1&gn=PJ-50039-08

Are You an “American” or a “Hun”?: Anti-German Hysteria during World War I (Blog Post)
Title: Are You an “American” or a “Hun”?: Anti-German Hysteria during World War I
Author: Jenni Salamon
Abstract: Overview of anti-German sentiment during World War I, highlighting Ohio newspapers on Chronicling America and other digitized items on Ohio Memory.
Date: 3/23/2018
Primary URL: https://ohiohistoryhost.org/ohiomemory/archives/3673
Website: Ohio Memory Blog

Slovenian Newspaper Now on Chronicling America! (Blog Post)
Title: Slovenian Newspaper Now on Chronicling America!
Author: Jenni Salamon
Abstract: Highlights addition of Enakopravnost to Chronicling America and provides background information on Slovenian community in Ohio.
Date: 4/20/2018
Primary URL: https://ohiohistoryhost.org/ohiomemory/archives/3774
Website: Ohio Memory Blog

Lithuanian Newspaper Now on Chronicling America! (Blog Post)
Title: Lithuanian Newspaper Now on Chronicling America!
Author: Bronwyn Benson
Abstract: Highlights addition of Dirva to Chronicling America and provides background information on Lithuanian community in Ohio.
Date: 5/18/2018
Primary URL: https://ohiohistoryhost.org/ohiomemory/archives/3820
Website: Ohio Memory Blog

Croatian Newspapers Now on Chronicling America! (Blog Post)
Title: Croatian Newspapers Now on Chronicling America!
Author: Jenni Salamon
Abstract: Highlights addition of Radnicka Borba and Zajednicar to Chronicling America and provides background information on Croatian community in Ohio.
Date: 6/15/2018
Primary URL: https://ohiohistoryhost.org/ohiomemory/archives/3864
Website: Ohio Memory Blog

Hungarian-German Newspaper Now on Chronicling America! (Blog Post)
Title: Hungarian-German Newspaper Now on Chronicling America!
Author: Bronwyn Benson
Abstract: Highlights addition of Siebenbürgisch-Amerikanisches Volksblatt to Chronicling America and provides background information on Hungarian-German community in Ohio.
Date: 8/10/2018
Primary URL: https://ohiohistoryhost.org/ohiomemory/archives/3971
Website: Ohio Memory Blog

More News about Newspapers (Blog Post)
Title: More News about Newspapers
Author: Jenni Salamon
Abstract: Highlights addition of America, Pokrok, Svet and Amerikai Magyar Hirlap to Chronicling America and provides background information on Romanian, Czech and Hungarian communities in Ohio.
Date: 9/7/2018
Primary URL: https://ohiohistoryhost.org/ohiomemory/archives/4008
Website: Ohio Memory Blog

John Joseph Jessing and the Pontifical College Josephinum (Blog Post)
Title: John Joseph Jessing and the Pontifical College Josephinum
Author: Jenni Salamon
Abstract: Provides overview of John Joseph Jessing, who founded the Pontifical College Josephinum and the Ohio Waisenfreund newspaper which was partially digitized for Chronicling America.
Date: 11/30/2018
Primary URL: https://ohiohistoryhost.org/ohiomemory/archives/4122
Website: Ohio Memory Blog

“An Absolute Cure”: The Golden Age of Patent Medicine (Blog Post)
Title: “An Absolute Cure”: The Golden Age of Patent Medicine
Author: Jenni Salamon
Abstract: Briefly discusses history of patent medicine, featuring advertisements and information from Ohio's newspapers on Chronicling America.
Date: 12/28/2018
Primary URL: https://ohiohistoryhost.org/ohiomemory/archives/4217
Website: Ohio Memory Blog

Moving Beyond 1922: Understanding Public Domain and Copyright for Works Published 1923–1977 (Conference Paper/Presentation)
Title: Moving Beyond 1922: Understanding Public Domain and Copyright for Works Published 1923–1977
Author: Jenni Salamon
Abstract: Did you know that some content published aOer 1922 might be in the public domain? Understanding how copyright applies to your collecOons is a key step in creaOng digiOzaOon, exhibit or other public access projects. A?end this session to learn more about how copyright laws apply to materials published 1923–1977. Using newspapers as a case study, you will also learn how to use U.S. Copyright Office resources to research the copyright status of works from this Ome period and how you might be able to move your public access projects beyond 1922, the standard cut-off point for public domain works.
Date: 5/18/2018
Conference Name: Society of Ohio Archivists Annual Conference

Newspaper Research for the Family Historian (Conference Paper/Presentation)
Title: Newspaper Research for the Family Historian
Author: Jenni Salamon
Abstract: Newspapers contain vast amounts of family history information beyond obituaries yet are often overlooked as a resource. This presentation will cover birth, death and marriage announcements as well as legal notices, estate, land, and tax information and community “gossip” columns. We will also discuss search strategies for locating newspaper holdings at both the Ohio History Connection and other institutions through online collection catalogs. In addition, this presentation will introduce and demonstrate the use of Chronicling America and other digital newspaper resources for genealogy research.
Date: 8/4/2018
Conference Name: Colonial Dames XVII Century - Ohio Chapter Annual Conference

Finding News As It Happened on Chronicling America (Public Lecture or Presentation)
Title: Finding News As It Happened on Chronicling America
Abstract: Learn how to access over 12.5 million pages of historic newspapers on the Library of Congress’s free newspaper database Chronicling America, a digital collection with content from 47 U.S. states and territories covering 1789-1949. Jenni Salamon, Coordinator for the Ohio Digital Newspaper Program at the Ohio History Connection, will demonstrate basic and advanced search strategies and how to work with your results to find information about local, state, national and international events, people, places and culture. A brief overview of the newspaper digitization process will also be provided.
Author: Jenni Salamon
Date: 3/1/2018
Location: Ohio University

All About Chronicling America’s Foreign Language Newspapers (Public Lecture or Presentation)
Title: All About Chronicling America’s Foreign Language Newspapers
Abstract: Did you know that you can full-text search through thousands of pages of foreign-language newspapers from Ohio (and beyond) on via Chronicling America, including several Croatian, Czech, German, Hungarian German, Lithuanian, Polish, Romanian and Slovenian titles from Cleveland covering the late 19th to mid-20th century? Join Jenni Salamon, Coordinator, Ohio Digital Newspaper Program, Ohio History Connection (formerly Ohio Historical Society), to learn how to use this free Library of Congress website, plus advanced search strategies, to find a variety of information covering local and family history to world events. A brief overview of Ohio’s foreign language press will also be provided.
Author: Jenni Salamon
Date: 6/2/2018
Location: Western Reserve Historical Society
Primary URL: https://bit.ly/2LOlpK9

All About Chronicling America’s Polish Language Newspapers (Public Lecture or Presentation)
Title: All About Chronicling America’s Polish Language Newspapers
Abstract: Did you know that you can full-text search through thousands of pages of Polish-language newspapers from Ohio (and beyond) on via Chronicling America, including the Toledo Ameryka Echo, 1889-1906? Join Jenni Salamon, Coordinator, Ohio Digital Newspaper Program, Ohio History Connection (formerly Ohio Historical Society), to learn how to use this free Library of Congress website, plus advanced search strategies, to find a variety of information covering local and family history to world events. A brief overview of Polish-American newspapers will also be provided.
Author: Jenni Salamon
Date: 6/23/2018
Location: Toledo-Lucas County Public Library
Primary URL: https://bit.ly/2Vss8hl

Chronicling America Overview (Public Lecture or Presentation)
Title: Chronicling America Overview
Abstract: Overview of Chronicling America and how to search it provided to teachers in Ashland University continuing education program.
Author: Jenni Salamon
Date: 6/26/2018
Location: Ohio History Connection

All About Chronicling America (Public Lecture or Presentation)
Title: All About Chronicling America
Abstract: Learn how to access over 13 million pages of historic newspapers on the Library of Congress’s free newspaper database Chronicling America, a digital collection with content from 47 U.S. states and territories covering 1789-1963. Jenni Salamon, Coordinator for the Ohio Digital Newspaper Program at the Ohio History Connection, will demonstrate basic and advanced search strategies and how to work with your results to find information about local, state, national and international events, people, places and culture.
Author: Jenni Salamon
Date: 7/21/2018
Location: Franklin County Genealogical & Historical Society

All About Chronicling America (Public Lecture or Presentation)
Title: All About Chronicling America
Abstract: Did you know that 90 Ohio newspapers have been digitized and are now part of Chronicling America? Did you know that several Ohio foreign language papers have now also been digitized? Learn how to access these papers along with the over 13 million pages of historic newspapers on the Library of Congress’s free newspaper database Chronicling America. This digital collection includes content from 47 U.S. states and territories covering 1789-1963. Jenni Salamon, Coordinator for the Ohio Digital Newspaper Program, and Bronwyn Benson, Quality Control Technician, from the Ohio History Connection will demonstrate basic and advanced search strategies and how to work with your results to find information about local, state, national and international events, people, places and culture. They will also provide a brief overview newspaper digitization process and an update the digitization of Ohio’s foreign language newspapers.
Author: Jenni Salamon
Author: Bronwyn Benson
Date: 7/26/2018
Location: University of Cincinnati
Primary URL: https://bit.ly/2R9A88r

Digitizing Your Local Newspaper (Public Lecture or Presentation)
Title: Digitizing Your Local Newspaper
Abstract: Overview of newspaper digitization process and tips on how to launch local project.
Author: Jenni Salamon
Date: 7/31/2018
Location: Wilmington Public Library

All About Chronicling America’s Foreign Language Newspapers (Public Lecture or Presentation)
Title: All About Chronicling America’s Foreign Language Newspapers
Abstract: Did you know that you can full-text search through thousands of pages of foreign-language newspapers from Ohio (and beyond) on via Chronicling America, including Croatian, Hungarian and Slovak titles from Youngstown covering the mid-20th century? Join Jenni Salamon, Coordinator, Ohio Digital Newspaper Program, Ohio History Connection (formerly Ohio Historical Society), to learn how to use this free Library of Congress website, plus advanced search strategies, to find a variety of information covering local and family history to world events. A brief overview of Ohio’s foreign language press will also be provided.
Author: Jenni Salamon
Author: Bronwyn Benson
Date: 8/16/2018
Location: Mahoning Valley Historical Society
Primary URL: https://bit.ly/2LOlpK9

The German-American Experience During World War I (Course or Curricular Materials)
Title: The German-American Experience During World War I
Author: Ohio History Connection
Abstract: Education materials created to engage students with digitized German-American newspapers. Students will learn how to research using Chronicling America, how to translate and analyze foreign-language texts, and gain a deeper understanding of the German-American experience in Ohio during World War I (WWI). Each lesson contains educator outline, student worksheets and answer key, if applicable. (Lesson 1: The Growth of Anti-German Sentiment During World War I in the United States; Lesson 2: Assault on German Language; Lesson 3: Anti-German Hysteria; Lesson 4: Researching WWI and the Attack on German-American Culture; Lesson 5: German-American Letters to the Editor During WWI)
Year: 2017
Primary URL: http://ndnpohio.ohiohistory.org/outreach
Audience: K - 12

External and Internal Perceptions of United States Immigrants (Course or Curricular Materials)
Title: External and Internal Perceptions of United States Immigrants
Author: Ohio History Connection
Abstract: Education materials created to engage students with digitized Polish-American newspapers. Students will learn how to search the Chronicling America website to find evidence of the past, detect bias in newspaper articles, and place current immigration issues in a historical context. Each lesson contains educator outline, student worksheets and answer key, if applicable. (Lesson 1: Polish-Americans React to President William McKinley’s Assassination; Lesson 2: United States Immigrants Respond to Significant Late 19th-Early 20th Century Events)
Year: 2018
Primary URL: http://ndnpohio.ohiohistory.org/outreach
Audience: K - 12

The 1920s Ku Klux Klan from an Immigrant Perspective (Course or Curricular Materials)
Title: The 1920s Ku Klux Klan from an Immigrant Perspective
Author: Ohio History Connection
Abstract: Education materials created to engage students with digitized foreign language newspapers. Students will learn how to search the Chronicling America website to find evidence of the past, detect bias in newspaper articles, and analyze the activities of the 1920s Ku Klux Klan in a historical context and from an immigrant perspective. Each lesson contains educator outline, student worksheets and answer key, if applicable. (Lesson 1: Background on the Ku Klux Klan; Lesson 2: The 1920s Ku Klux Klan and Ohio Immigrant Reaction; Lesson 3: Newspaper Editorial for Immigrant Newspaper)
Year: 2018
Primary URL: http://ndnpohio.ohiohistory.org/outreach
Audience: K - 12

National Digital Newspaper Program in Ohio (Web Resources)
Title: National Digital Newspaper Program in Ohio
Author: Ohio History Connection
Abstract: Project website for NDNP-OH, documenting the National Digital Newspaper Program in Ohio and its activities.
Year: 2016
Primary URL: http://ndnpohio.ohiohistory.org/

Searching Chronicling America’s Foreign Language Newspapers (Film/TV/Video Broadcast or Recording)
Title: Searching Chronicling America’s Foreign Language Newspapers
Writer: Jenni Salamon
Director: Jenni Salamon
Producer: Jenni Salmaon
Abstract: Series of three videos to assist those using foreign language newspaper content on Chronicling America (Researching with Foreign Language Newspapers; Using Online Translation Tools; Working with German Fraktur).
Year: 2017
Primary URL: http://ndnpohio.ohiohistory.org/outreach
Secondary URL: https://www.youtube.com/user/ohiohistory
Access Model: open access
Format: Web

Ohio's Chronicling America Topic Guides (Web Resources)
Title: Ohio's Chronicling America Topic Guides
Author: Jen Cabiya
Author: Jenni Salamon
Author: Kevin Latta
Author: Bronwyn Benson
Abstract: Ohio’s collection of Chronicling America topic guides provides introductory information, important dates, search terms and strategies, and links to sample newspaper articles on a wide range of topics covered by the Ohio press of the time. These are helpful if you’re interested in learning more about what you can find in Ohio’s digitized newspapers or need additional search tips. Our collection is available through Ohio Memory.
Year: 2012
Primary URL: https://ohiomemory.ohiohistory.org/resources/featured-topics

Searching Ohio’s Immigrant Newspapers on Chronicling America and Ohio Memory (Conference Paper/Presentation)
Title: Searching Ohio’s Immigrant Newspapers on Chronicling America and Ohio Memory
Author: Jenni Salamon
Abstract: Overview on how to find information in digitized foreign-language newspapers. Ohio’s digital collections document Croatian, Czech, German, Hungarian German, Polish, Romanian, Slovenian, Slovak and Slovenian immigrants, and cover 1834-1959.
Date: 5/4/2019
Conference Name: Ohio Genealogical Society Annual Conference

German-Language Newspapers (Public Lecture or Presentation)
Title: German-Language Newspapers
Abstract: Overview of German-language newspapers and German immigrants in Ohio.
Author: Jenni Salamon
Date: 3/18/2019
Location: Dublin City Schools - 5 high school German 1-2 classes

Digitization Basics: Tools and Techniques (Public Lecture or Presentation)
Title: Digitization Basics: Tools and Techniques
Abstract: Overview of scanning equipment, standards and best practices, with special section on newspaper digitization.
Author: Jenni Salamon
Date: 5/8/2019
Location: OhioNET


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