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The county was the publishing center of a number of German and English newspapers. Where possible, locations of originals or microfilm of originals are listed. Check the Pennsylvania Newspaper Project at Pennsylvania State University for further information.

Newspapers are organized by place of publication and then by title.

Kelly Crossroads


Lewisburg is county seat from 1855 through the present.


Mifflinburg was the first county seat, albeit temporary, in 1814-1815.

New Berlin

New Berlin was the county seat 1815 through 1855, and as a center of Antimasonic political fervor, as well as center of Die Evangelische Gemeinschaft (Evangelical Association, now part of the United Methodist Church) in antebellum Pennsylvania, many newspapers were published there. Among them are:

West Milton

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