Finland Newspapers

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A wonderful collection of Historic Finnish newspapers is found on the DIGI-National Library digital collection site. Besides digitized newspapers, there are digitized journals and other miscellaneous collections. The miscellaneous collections include historical maps, Finnish classical literature and old music recordings.

The digitized newspapers represent newspapers published in Finland from 1771-1910. Available digitized newspapers can be searched by date. Articles will be in Finnish or Swedish depending on the time period.

Digitized journals are available for search from the late 18th century to 1910.

Maps and Atlases are from the 16th century until the 1950s

DIGI - National Library's Digital Collections

North American Finnish Newspapers/Journals

The Finnish American Reporter is a monthly journal published by Finlandia University in Hancock, Michigan. The Finnish American Reporter includes genealogy, history and current news from Finland. Finnish community events in Canada and the United States are publicized in this journal, as well as regional news.

For more information see:
The Finnish American Reporter

Also check for local newspapers in communities where you ancestors settled.