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- Canada—1872 - 2016
- UK—1607 - 2013
- Arizona—1860 - 2016
- California—1846 - 2015
- Illinois—1830 - 2015
- Indiana—1753 - 2014
- Iowa—1800 - 2016
- Kansas—1868 - 2016
- Maryland—1799 - 2016
- Massachusetts—1784 - 2013
- Michigan—1753 - 2016
- New Mexico—1847 - 2015
- New York—1753 - 2016
- North Carolina—1799 - 2015
- Ohio—1753 - 2016
- Pennsylvania—1769 - 2016
- Texas—1784 - 2016
- Utah—1871 - 1978
- Virginia—1822 - 2016
- West Virginia—1896 - 2015
- Wisconsin—1813 - 2015
- Central (MN, MO, NE, ND, OK, SD)—1821 - 2012
- Northeast (CT, DE, DC, ME, NH, NJ, RI, VT)—1753 - 2012
- Southeast (AL, AR, FL, GA, KY, LA, MS, SC, TE)—1782 - 2012
- Western (AK, CO, HI, ID, MT, NV, OR, WA, WY)—1850 - 2012
- Abilene Reporter News—1917 - 1977
- Cedar Rapids Gazette—1948 - 2016
- Daily Herald (Chicago)—1901 - 2015
- Galveston Daily News—1865 - 2015
- Kingston Gleaner—1834 - 2016
- Oakland Tribune—1874 - 1977
- San Antonio Light—1883 - 1977
- Santa Ana Orange County Register—1869 - 2014
- Syracuse Post Standard—1875 - 2016
- Winnipeg Free Press—1874 - 2016
- Wisconsin State Journal—1852 - 2014