A list of Arizona Historical Newspapers from ghost towns from the state of California compiled by the Nevada Historical Society’s Research Library and other sources. Newspaper are a periodical publications which contain written information about current events from the area where they are published.
Arizona Historical Newspapers can cover a wide variety of fields such as politics, business, sports and art. Newspapers contain information and entertainment for the people they serve, and offer insight into what is considered important to the readers.
- Bisbee Daily Review (1901-1971)
- Courtland Arizonian
- The Apache sentinel ( 1943 – 1945 )
- Post script ( 1944 – 1945 )
- Postscript of the Apache sentinel ( 1945 – 1946 )
- Arizona miner ( 1864 – 1868 )
- The Argus (1895-1900)
- The Mohave County Miner
- The Bachelor’s Beat
- The Rep
- Weekly Arizonian
- The Drill
- The Prospector
- St. Johns Herald and Apache News ( 1905-1917 )
- The Tombstone Epitaph – The Tombstone Epitaph is perhaps to greatest and most famous newspaper in the desert southwest. This periodical told the story and wrote the histocal of the Gunfight at the O.K. Coral which made Wyatt Earp, Doc Holiday and Ike Clanton names that would live in history.
- Tombstone Daily Nugget (1880-1882 )
- El Fronterizo (1878-193?)
- Tucson Citizen
- The Twin Butte Times
- Arizona sentinel and Yuma weekly examiner (1911-1915)
- Arizona sentinel Yuma southwest (1915-1916)
- Arizona sentinel (1916-1918)