As part of a Google news archive partnership project many of our older printed editions have been scanned using Optical Character Recognition (OCR) technology. You can use simple keywords to search for past stories and then view the scanned newspaper pages on your computer as if they were on a microfilm reader. It is easy and provides a convenient way to find historical information.
Click this Google News Archive Search link to start your pre-Website era search. If the Google Advanced Search Screen is not visible, click the down arrow on the right side of the search box to open.
HELPFUL HINT: In the SOURCE field place the word "Kingman" to search the Kingman Daily Miner. To search in Mohave Daily Miner enter "Mohave" in the SOURCE field. You may also have better results if you leave the LOCATION field blank. Try increasing the results to 100 to view more listings.
Because the Miner published under different newspaper names over the years you can use the links below to browse the individual editions:
For Mohave County Miner/Kingman Daily Miner (Starting around 1883 thru 2003) Click Here
For Mohave Daily Miner (Starting around 1984 thru 1990) Click Here
HELPFUL HINT: On these browse screens use the drop-down menu on the left that says SHOW and pull down to DAY, WEEK, MONTH, YEAR or DECADE to get closer to the edition you are looking for. NOTE: Not all editions are scanned.
Additional links provided by Arizona State Library, Archives and Public Records:
Mohave County Miner (1882-1918)
Mohave County Miner and Our Mineral Wealth (1918-1922)