The following are some of the earliest ethnic newspapers published in the
city of Los Angeles. Go to Contemporary Ethnic Newspapers
at USC for information about current newspapers.
- Los Angeles Chronik, (1869-1870)
- Sud-California Post, (1874-1914)
Merged with Germania
- Germania,(1890- )
Combined with Sud Californische Post to become the California
- Der Sud Californier, (1891-1894)
- L'Italo-Americano, (1908-?)
- Los Angeles Star,(1851-1879)
Half of paper (1851-1855) printed in Spanish as La Estrella de Los
- El Amigo Del Pueblo, (1861-1862)
Weekly; second Spanish-language newspaper in L.A.
- La Cronica, (1872-1892)
Semi-weekly; weekly. One of its editors was Francisco Ramirez, who as a
seventeen year old had established El Clamor Publico.
- El Eco Mexicano, (1885)
- El Heraldo de Mexico, (1915-1918)
- El Joven, (1877-1878)
- El Monitor, (1898)
- La Opinion, (1926- )
- La Prensa, (1912-1924)
- La Reforma, (1877-1878)
- Los dos Republicas (1892-1898)
- Revista Hispano-Americano, (1889-1894)
Published in Spanish and English; weekly.
- Revista Latino-Americano, (1892-1893)
- Le Progres, (1884-1899)
- L'Union, (1876-1880)
No copies are known to exist; weekly and then semi-weekly.
- Los Angeles Japanese Daily News, (1903-? )
Also known as Rafu Shimpo.
- California Jewish Star, 1919-
Weekly, daily; other names:Los Angeles Daily Zeit, Jewish Daily
Zeit, Jewish Times, and California Jewish Times.
For a list of books on L.A.'s early newspapers go to Sources of
Information on Early Newspapers.
- California Eagle, (1879-?)
- New Age Dispatch, (1904-1925? 1934-?)
Also known as New Age.