FILIPINO NEWSPAPERS in Hawaii
eFIL will be digitizing Filipino newspapers printed in Hawaii. The purpose for this project is to make available to students, scholars and the general public some of the interests and perspectives of Hawaii's Filipinos. Priority for digitizing will be newspapers printed before 1950 and/or newpapers that are no longer in print.
This project (Filipino Newspaper Digitization Project) has received funding from the Institute for Museum and Library Services, a federal agency [more information].
The following newspapers are now available (additional issues will be upload as they are processed):
Ang Banagbanag [download, 1.9 MB]
Filipino Herald of Hawaii [vol. 1-1, 16.0 MB][vol. 1-2, 15.5 MB][vol. 1-3, 16.4 MB][vol. 1-4, 16.6 MB][vol. 1-5, 16.0 MB][vol. 1-6, 16.0 MB][vol. 1-7, 15.7 MB][vol. 1-8, 7.7 MB][vol. 1-9, 7.9 MB][vol. 1-10, 8.0 MB][vol. 1-11, 8.1 MB][vol. 1-13, 8.4 MB][vol. 1-14/15, 8.1 MB]
Hawaii Press (Hawaii Filipino News) [download, 14.7 MB]
Hawaiian Reporter [download, 3.5 MB]
The Independent [download, 1.5 MB]
Naimbag-a-Nakem [download, 11.7 MB]
Ti Managservi [download, 4.5 MB]
New Philippines [download, 10.0 MB]
Pacific Courier [download, 16.9 MB]
Pacific Post News [download, 11.8 MB]
Philippine News Tribune [download, 4.4 MB]
P.I. Commonwealth Chronicle [download, 38.4 MB]
Ti Progresibo [more info here]
Ti Pudno (The Truth) [download, 7.6 MB]
Ti Timek Ti Vibora Luviminda (The Voice of Vibora Luviminda) [download, 3.8 MB]
newspapers will be added as soon as they are processed.
Historical Society of Hawaii