South Carolina Archives: 103 Newspapers for Genealogy Research

South Carolina, the 40th largest and 24th most populous of the United States, has a long history of independence. South Carolina was the first of the 13 British North American colonies to declare its independence from the British Crown (a prelude to the American Revolutionary War), the first state to ratify the Articles of Confederation, and the first state to secede from the Union (a prelude to the American Civil War).

photo of a historic home in “The Battery,” a neighborhood/park area in the downtown historic district of Charleston, South Carolina

Photo: a historic home in “The Battery,” a neighborhood/park area in the downtown historic district of Charleston, South Carolina. Credit: Evan Schmidt; Wikimedia Commons.

If you are researching your ancestry from South Carolina, you will want to use GenealogyBank’s online SC newspaper archives: 103 titles to help you search your family history in “The Palmetto State,” providing coverage from 1735 to Today. There are more than 17 million articles and records in our online South Carolina archives!

Dig deep into our archives and search for historical and recent obituaries and other news articles about your South Carolina ancestors in these SC newspapers online. Our South Carolina newspapers are divided into two collections: Historical Newspapers (complete paper) and Recent Obituaries (obituaries only).

Search South Carolina Newspaper Archives (1735 – 1970)

Search South Carolina Recent Obituaries (1987 – Current)

illustration of the state flag of South Carolina

Illustration: state flag of South Carolina. Source: Wikimedia Commons.

Here is a list of online South Carolina newspapers in the archives. Each newspaper title in this list is an active link that will take you directly to that paper’s search page, where you can begin searching for your ancestors by surnames, dates, keywords and more. The SC newspaper titles are listed alphabetically by city.

City Title Date Range* Collection
Aiken Aiken Standard 8/27/2008 – Current Recent Obituaries
Anderson Anderson Independent-Mail 1/15/1998 – Current Recent Obituaries
Beaufort Free South 1/10/1863 – 4/16/1864 Newspaper Archives
Beaufort Beaufort Today 1/25/2008 – Current Recent Obituaries
Beaufort Beaufort Gazette 1/10/2002 – Current Recent Obituaries
Belton Belton & Honea Path News-Chronicle 3/28/2007 – Current Recent Obituaries
Bluffton Bluffton Today 7/1/1999 – Current Recent Obituaries
Camden Camden Gazette 4/4/1816 – 2/7/1822 Newspaper Archives
Camden Southern Chronicle 3/14/1822 – 8/13/1825 Newspaper Archives
Camden Camden Journal 4/4/1840 – 4/27/1842 Newspaper Archives
Charleston Charleston News and Courier 4/7/1873 – 12/31/1970 Newspaper Archives
Charleston Evening Post 10/1/1894 – 12/31/1923 Newspaper Archives
Charleston City Gazette 11/6/1787 – 4/13/1833 Newspaper Archives
Charleston Charleston Courier 1/10/1803 – 4/25/1872 Newspaper Archives
Charleston Southern Patriot 1/29/1831 – 12/30/1848 Newspaper Archives
Charleston South-Carolina State-Gazette 1/1/1794 – 9/20/1802 Newspaper Archives
Charleston Charleston Mercury 6/4/1831 – 11/14/1868 Newspaper Archives
Charleston Carolina Gazette 1/2/1800 – 12/31/1828 Newspaper Archives
Charleston Columbian Herald 11/23/1784 – 12/17/1796 Newspaper Archives
Charleston State Gazette of South-Carolina 3/28/1785 – 12/31/1793 Newspaper Archives
Charleston South-Carolina Gazette and General Advertiser 3/15/1783 – 7/26/1785 Newspaper Archives
Charleston Charleston Morning Post 1/18/1786 – 10/17/1787 Newspaper Archives
Charleston Charleston Evening Gazette 7/11/1785 – 10/18/1786 Newspaper Archives
Charleston South-Carolina Weekly Gazette 2/15/1783 – 1/14/1786 Newspaper Archives
Charleston Investigator 8/22/1812 – 2/9/1814 Newspaper Archives
Charleston Carolina Weekly Messenger 8/11/1807 – 11/7/1809 Newspaper Archives
Charleston Charleston Daily News 1/1/1873 – 4/5/1873 Newspaper Archives
Charleston Times 10/8/1800 – 5/25/1820 Newspaper Archives
Charleston Southern Evangelical Intelligencer 3/27/1819 – 12/29/1821 Newspaper Archives
Charleston South-Carolina Gazette 1/11/1735 – 12/29/1737 Newspaper Archives
Charleston Strength of the People 6/24/1809 – 9/6/1810 Newspaper Archives
Charleston South-Carolina and American General Gazette 3/11/1768 – 10/1/1778 Newspaper Archives
Charleston Oracle 1/1/1807 – 12/8/1807 Newspaper Archives
Charleston Evening Courier 7/31/1798 – 11/16/1798 Newspaper Archives
Charleston States Rights and Free Trade Evening Post 10/31/1831 – 2/9/1832 Newspaper Archives
Charleston Charleston Spectator 8/9/1806 – 12/5/1806 Newspaper Archives
Charleston South Carolina Leader 10/7/1865 – 5/12/1866 Newspaper Archives
Charleston South-Carolina Weekly Advertiser 2/19/1783 – 4/23/1783 Newspaper Archives
Charleston Daily Evening Gazette: and Charleston Tea-Table Companion 1/10/1795 – 2/18/1795 Newspaper Archives
Charleston Echo du Sud, Moniteur Francais 6/22/1801 – 7/15/1801 Newspaper Archives
Charleston Royal South Carolina Gazette 6/8/1780 – 7/16/1782 Newspaper Archives
Charleston Telegraphe: and Charleston Daily Advertiser 3/16/1795 – 3/20/1795 Newspaper Archives
Charleston Free Press 4/5/1868 – 4/11/1868 Newspaper Archives
Charleston Royal Gazette 2/9/1782 – 2/9/1782 Newspaper Archives
Charleston Afro-American Citizen 1/17/1900 – 1/17/1900 Newspaper Archives
Charleston Missionary Record 7/5/1873 – 7/5/1873 Newspaper Archives
Charleston Chronicle of Liberty, or the Republican Intelligencer 3/25/1783 – 3/25/1783 Newspaper Archives
Charleston Post and Courier 12/6/1994 – Current Recent Obituaries
Cheraw Cheraw Chronicle 8/23/2006 – Current Recent Obituaries
Chester Chester News & Reporter 11/24/2008 – Current Recent Obituaries
Clemson Tiger 4/14/2002 – Current Recent Obituaries
Columbia State 2/18/1891 – 12/31/1922 Newspaper Archives
Columbia South Carolina State Gazette 8/30/1799 – 6/20/1829 Newspaper Archives
Columbia Telescope 12/19/1815 – 7/8/1817 Newspaper Archives
Columbia Southern Indicator 2/12/1921 – 2/3/1923 Newspaper Archives
Columbia South Carolina Gazette 7/10/1792 – 9/3/1793 Newspaper Archives
Columbia Columbia Gazette 1/14/1794 – 12/9/1794 Newspaper Archives
Columbia Lighthouse and Informer 1/21/1950 – 1/21/1950 Newspaper Archives
Columbia People’s Recorder 1/13/1900 – 1/27/1900 Newspaper Archives
Columbia Carolina Panorama 1/7/2010 – Current Recent Obituaries
Columbia State 12/15/1987 – Current Recent Obituaries
Columbia Columbia Star 10/8/2004 – Current Recent Obituaries
Conway Horry Independent 4/5/2007 – Current Recent Obituaries
Easley Powdersville Post 4/30/2008 – Current Recent Obituaries
Easley Easley Progress 3/4/2009 – Current Recent Obituaries
Edgefield Anti-Monarchist, and South-Carolina Advertiser 9/9/1811 – 11/2/1811 Newspaper Archives
Edgefield Edgefield Advertiser 2/27/2012 – Current Recent Obituaries
Florence Morning News 11/1/2007 – Current Recent Obituaries
Fort Mill Fort Mill Times 8/11/2010 – Current Recent Obituaries
Gaffney Gaffney Ledger 10/29/2004 – Current Recent Obituaries
Georgetown Winyaw Intelligencer 11/15/1817 – 6/27/1833 Newspaper Archives
Georgetown Georgetown Gazette 5/8/1798 – 10/13/1826 Newspaper Archives
Georgetown South-Carolina Independent Gazette 5/21/1791 – 9/15/1792 Newspaper Archives
Georgetown Georgetown Planet 5/31/1873 – 5/31/1873 Newspaper Archives
Georgetown Georgetown Times 8/8/2010 – Current Recent Obituaries
Greenwood Index-Journal 7/1/2012 – Current Recent Obituaries
Greer Greer Citizen 11/24/2008 – Current Recent Obituaries
Hardeeville Hardeeville Today 3/19/2011 – Current Recent Obituaries
Hartsville Messenger 4/20/2007 – Current Recent Obituaries
Hemingway Weekly Observer 11/1/2007 – Current Recent Obituaries
Hilton Head Island Packet 10/16/2007 – Current Recent Obituaries
Lake City News & Post 11/5/2007 – Current Recent Obituaries
Lake Wylie Lake Wylie Pilot 7/21/2009 – Current Recent Obituaries
Lancaster Lancaster News 11/29/2008 – Current Recent Obituaries
Lancaster Carolina Gateway 2/16/2009 – Current Recent Obituaries
Mullins Marion Star & Mullins Enterprise 11/2/2007 – Current Recent Obituaries
Murrells Inlet Waccamaw Times 5/30/2014 – Current Recent Obituaries
Myrtle Beach Sun News 5/1/1996 – Current Recent Obituaries
Newberry Newberry Observer 1/2/2006 – Current Recent Obituaries
Orangeburg Times and Democrat 5/30/2002 – Current Recent Obituaries
Pageland Pageland Progressive-Journal 1/18/2011 – Current Recent Obituaries
Pawleys Island Coastal Observer 11/11/2010 – Current Recent Obituaries
Pendleton Miller’s Weekly Messenger 3/20/1807 – 4/2/1841 Newspaper Archives
Pickens Pickens Sentinel 8/13/2008 – Current Recent Obituaries
Rock Hill Herald 5/1/2004 – Current Recent Obituaries
Seneca Journal 12/22/2006 – Current Recent Obituaries
Spartanburg Herald-Journal 1/4/1997 – Current Recent Obituaries
St. George Eagle-Record 12/25/2008 – Current Recent Obituaries
Union Union Daily Times 1/2/2006 – Current Recent Obituaries
Walterboro Dispatch 2/14/2007 – 11/10/2010 Recent Obituaries
Williamston Journal 10/31/2008 – Current Recent Obituaries
Winnsboro Herald Independent 4/25/2008 – Current Recent Obituaries
York Enquirer-Herald 8/12/2010 – Current Recent Obituaries

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Sukey, I Never Knew You

This obituary caught my eye for several reasons.

obituaries, The Balance and Columbian Repository newspaper article 15 October 1801

The Balance and Columbian Repository (Hudson, New York), 15 October 1801, page 87

First is the header, with its poem and graphic.

“The Knell.”
Not “Deaths” or “Died” – which are very common headers for obituary notices even today – but instead “The Knell,” as in death knell.

Crisp. An excellent choice of words that immediately tells us this newspaper editor took time with the layout and content of each issue.

The poem also is on target to the newspaper’s audience.
It is mournful but upbeat.

Next is the illustration, centered toward the top of the article.
It evokes an image of the somber tone of the obituaries we are going to read in this newspaper article.

The tombstone, leaning to the side – the setting sun – the barren tree – all framed by the grass and the outline of the ground.

Striking.
Remember – this was published in 1801. What a memorable graphic.
This is a good example of the care that “Sampson, Chittenden and Croswell” – the newspaper’s publishers – took with this newspaper.

Enter Last Name

The other part of this obituary that caught my eye was the first death notice:

In this city, Mrs. Sukey Smith, wife of Mr. Matthew Smith, aged 35.

Sukey – that name sounds so familiar – but at the same time, I don’t think I’ve ever met a person named “Sukey.”

I wondered if it was an abbreviation.
No, according to the dictionary it is “a Hebrew baby name… [and means] Graceful Lily.” (Source: SheKnows.com)

Hebrew name? So I checked the Bible to see if there were any women named Sukey who were mentioned in the Bible. Nope – no one named Sukey is listed in the Bible.

A quick search of GenealogyBank showed that there are only 6 people with the name Sukey in the Social Security Death Index; there are over 150 marriages and nearly 400 obituaries involving a person named Sukey.

Maybe “Sukey” sounded familiar to me because of Sukey Tawdry from the lyrics of “Mack the Knife” by Bobby Darin.

Do you have a Sukey in your family tree?

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My Ancestor’s Trip to America: Newspapers Tell the Story

I knew my ancestor William Kemp had come to America – but I didn’t know anything about the trip itself. What was it like for him as an immigrant traveling by passenger ship across the ocean to the new frontier?

Could GenealogyBank’s Historical Newspaper Archives help me find the answer?

I knew that William came to America on board the ship Benjamin Adams, arriving 21 October 1853. He left from Liverpool, England, and arrived in New York City.

painting: “The Bay and Harbor of New York” by Samuel Waugh (1814-1885)

Painting: “The Bay and Harbor of New York” by Samuel Waugh (1814-1885). Source: Wikipedia.

Since I knew that shipping was big business, I wondered if newspapers could tell me more about the movements of the Benjamin Adams and William’s trip to America.

In testing my search I found that the name of the passenger ship appeared multiple ways in various newspaper articles – so I strategized that I needed to search every possible variation for any mention of the Benjamin Adams, from the spring to the fall of 1853, to make sure I didn’t miss any articles.

To find all of the articles I needed to search GenealogyBank’s archives using:

  • Benjamin Adams
  • Adams
  • Benj. Adams
  • Benj Adams
  • B. Adams
  • B Adams

This should give me all references to the passenger ship and William’s voyage to America.

Enter Last Name

Here’s what I found.

This Maine newspaper told me that by 23 August 1853, the passengers had boarded the Benjamin Adams and the ship was positioned “outward bound” in the Mersey River in Liverpool.

shipping news about the ship "Benjamin Adams," Portland Weekly Advertiser newspaper article 13 September 1853

Portland Weekly Advertiser (Portland, Maine), 13 September 1853, page 3

This Massachusetts newspaper gave me the critical fact that the ship sailed the next day – 24 August 1853. Wow – good to know.

shipping news about the ship "Benjamin Adams," Daily Atlas newspaper article 10 September 1853

Daily Atlas (Boston, Massachusetts), 10 September 1853, page 2

Next I looked for reports of the passenger ship arriving in America.

Here it is – this New York newspaper reported that the ship had docked in New York on 21 October 1853.

shipping news about the ship "Benjamin Adams," Weekly Herald newspaper article 22 October 1853

Weekly Herald (Albany, New York), 22 October 1853, page 344

The trip to New York took 56 days. There were 620 passengers – but here’s where the news turned more somber.

The old newspaper article reported:

Sept. 10, while laying to under a close reefed topsail in a heavy gale from the NW, lost all three topgallant masts, closed reefed mizzen topsail, foresail, mainsail, stern boat, and received other damage.

The ship was damaged in a fierce storm just 17 days after leaving Liverpool. The passengers must have been terrified – wondering if they were going to make it.

But there was more bad news:

Had 15 deaths on the passage.

Significant storm damage to the ship and 15 people died?
What?
Fifteen people died?
Wow. Was that normal on these trips? Why did so many die?

William was lucky to make it safely to America!

Enter Last Name

In a follow-up article a week later, the Weekly Herald explained why so many had died on the passage. These passengers just didn’t die of random causes – they died from an outbreak of cholera, which struck  many ships.

…it is pretty certain that the disease which carried them off was cholera. ….The sickness on the Benjamin Adams was decidedly cholera.

shipping news about the ship "Benjamin Adams," Weekly Herald newspaper article 29 October 1853

Weekly Herald (Albany, New York), 29 October 1853, page 350

This was a tough trip.

GenealogyBank’s newspapers continued to tell me more about William’s trip.

This New York newspaper mentioned that the ship Benjamin Adams had arrived “from Syria.”

shipping news about the ship "Benjamin Adams" and cholera, Albany Evening Journal newspaper article 22 October 1853

Albany Evening Journal (Albany, New York), 22 October 1853, page 2

From Syria?
I thought they left from Liverpool?

They did – but before arriving in Liverpool, the ship had been in Syria.

This Massachusetts newspaper told me that the Benjamin Adams had docked in Beirut, Syria, on 25 July 1853, before it went to Liverpool to pick up William Kemp and the other 619 passengers.

shipping news about the ship "Benjamin Adams," Daily Atlas newspaper article 1 September 1853

Daily Atlas (Boston, Massachusetts), 1 September 1853, page 2

The reason for the trip to the Holy Land was explained in this Massachusetts newspaper. The Benjamin Adams picked up artifacts there to display at the World’s Fair:  “an Arab plough and other agricultural implements for the World’s Fair…canes from the banks of the Jordan, branches from the Mount of Olives and cedars of Lebanon…” and apparently somewhere along the way it picked up cholera.

shipping news about the ship "Benjamin Adams," Springfield Republican newspaper article 25 October 1853

Springfield Republican (Springfield, Massachusetts), 25 October 1853, page 2

GenealogyBank doesn’t just give you the names, dates and places for your family tree – it gives you the stories of our ancestors’ lives.

You know when your ancestors arrived in America – dig in GenealogyBank and find out the rest of their stories.

Genealogy Tip: Search Wide Geo Areas

Did you notice a pattern with the newspaper articles in this blog post?

There were newspapers in Maine, New York, Massachusetts and beyond that reported on the Benjamin Adams. You want to search for this type of article and for the articles about your ancestors across all 8,000 of GenealogyBank’s newspapers. To find these articles, you cannot limit your search to only the newspapers of one or two states. If you limit your search geographically, you might miss an article critical to the telling of your ancestor’s story.

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Wisconsin Archives: 105 Newspapers Online for Genealogy Research

Wisconsin, part of America’s Midwest, is bordered by two Great Lakes: Lake Superior on the north and Lake Michigan on the east. The nation’s 23rd largest state and 20th most populous, Wisconsin is known as “America’s Dairyland” because of all its dairy farms, milk production, and world-famous cheese.

photo of the Daniel E. Krause Stone Barn in Chase, Wisconsin, built in 1903

Photo: the Daniel E. Krause Stone Barn in Chase, Wisconsin, built in 1903. Credit: KKNiteOwl; Wikimedia Commons.

If you are researching your ancestry from Wisconsin, you will want to use GenealogyBank’s online WI newspaper archives: 105 titles to help you search your family history in the “Badger State,” providing coverage from 1833 to Today. There are more than 7 million articles and records in our online Wisconsin archives!

Dig deep into our archives and search for historical and recent obituaries and other news articles about your Wisconsin ancestors in these WI newspapers online. Our Wisconsin newspapers are divided into two collections: Historical Newspapers (complete paper) and Recent Obituaries (obituaries only).

Search Wisconsin Newspaper Archives (1833 – 1992)

Search Wisconsin Recent Obituaries (1989 – Current)

illustration of the state flag of Wisconsin

Illustration: state flag of Wisconsin. Source: Wikimedia Commons.

Here is a list of online Wisconsin newspapers in the archives. Each newspaper title in this list is an active link that will take you directly to that paper’s search page, where you can begin searching for your ancestors by surnames, dates, keywords and more. The WI newspaper titles are listed alphabetically by city.

City Title Date Range* Collection
Appleton Appleton Volksfreund 9/11/1919 – 11/16/1922 Newspaper Archives
Ashland Daily Press 1/2/1999 – Current Recent Obituaries
Baraboo Baraboo News-Republic 1/1/2004 – Current Recent Obituaries
Bayside North Shore NOW 1/27/2011 – Current Recent Obituaries
Beaver Dam Daily Citizen 1/27/2004 – Current Recent Obituaries
Beloit Soul City Courier 10/12/1976 – 1/18/1977 Newspaper Archives
Beloit Beloit Daily News 7/26/2004 – Current Recent Obituaries
Brookfield Brookfield-Elm Grove NOW 1/14/2010 – Current Recent Obituaries
Cedarburg News Graphic 6/25/2001 – Current Recent Obituaries
Chippewa Falls Chippewa Herald 1/30/1999 – Current Recent Obituaries
Chippewa Falls Chippewa Herald, The: Blogs 6/21/2012 – Current Recent Obituaries
Columbus Columbus Journal 1/26/2010 – Current Recent Obituaries
Dousman Kettle Moraine Index 12/2/2010 – Current Recent Obituaries
Fond du Lac Fond du Lac Weekly Commonwealth 3/24/1858 – 12/15/1858 Newspaper Archives
Fond du Lac Fond du Lac Trade Extension 2/13/1918 – 2/13/1918 Newspaper Archives
Fond du Lac Democratic Press 6/5/1858 – 12/15/1858 Newspaper Archives
Fond du Lac Daily Fond du Lac Press 7/23/1866 – 7/25/1866 Newspaper Archives
Fond du Lac Press 6/5/1858 – 7/25/1866 Newspaper Archives
Fort Atkinson Wisconsin Chief 10/15/1856 – 9/29/1866 Newspaper Archives
Fort Atkinson Daily Jefferson County Union 1/12/2011 – Current Recent Obituaries
Fox Lake Fox Lake Representative 12/15/1911 – 12/20/1917 Newspaper Archives
Franklin Oak Creek-Franklin-Greendale NOW 2/11/2010 – Current Recent Obituaries
Galesville Galesville Independent 11/5/1874 – 8/30/1889 Newspaper Archives
Germantown Germantown-Menomonee Falls NOW 1/27/2011 – Current Recent Obituaries
Grafton Grafton Enterprise 7/27/1927 – 8/3/1927 Newspaper Archives
Gratiot Gratiot Reporter 6/13/1912 – 10/9/1913 Newspaper Archives
Green Bay Green-Bay Intelligencer and Wisconsin Democrat 12/11/1833 – 6/1/1836 Newspaper Archives
Green Bay Wisconsin Free Press 10/3/1835 – 3/30/1836 Newspaper Archives
Green Bay Sunday Advance 6/15/1884 – 7/6/1884 Newspaper Archives
Green Bay Green Bay Spectator 2/21/1852 – 9/28/1852 Newspaper Archives
Green Bay Wisconsin Republican 1/21/1845 – 2/8/1847 Newspaper Archives
Green Bay Phoenix 10/8/1841 – 10/8/1841 Newspaper Archives
Hartford Times Press 9/18/2011 – Current Recent Obituaries
Hartland Living Lake Country: Blogs 1/10/2011 – Current Recent Obituaries
Hartland Lake Country Reporter 1/27/2011 – Current Recent Obituaries
Hartland Sussex Sun 11/17/2010 – Current Recent Obituaries
Hayward Sawyer County Record 1/11/2011 – Current Recent Obituaries
La Crosse La Crosse Volksfreund 1/3/1906 – 12/28/1907 Newspaper Archives
La Crosse Wisconsin Labor Advocate 8/20/1886 – 8/6/1887 Newspaper Archives
La Crosse Nord Stern 4/10/1908 – 4/10/1908 Newspaper Archives
La Crosse La Crosse Tribune 7/11/1989 – Current Recent Obituaries
Lancaster Grant County Herald 3/18/1843 – 12/5/1850 Newspaper Archives
Madison Wisconsin State Journal 3/10/1857 – 12/27/1889 Newspaper Archives
Madison Wisconsin Daily Patriot 9/10/1859 – 11/14/1864 Newspaper Archives
Madison Weekly Wisconsin Patriot 7/8/1854 – 10/22/1864 Newspaper Archives
Madison Daily Argus and Democrat 1/3/1854 – 7/21/1854 Newspaper Archives
Madison Wisconsin Democrat 10/18/1842 – 5/8/1852 Newspaper Archives
Madison Wisconsin Enquirer 11/8/1838 – 3/27/1841 Newspaper Archives
Madison Wisconsin Free Press 4/3/1984 – 1/12/1990 Newspaper Archives
Madison Wisconsin Populist 9/10/1892 – 11/8/1892 Newspaper Archives
Madison Wisconsin State Journal 3/3/1989 – Current Recent Obituaries
Madison Capital Times 3/20/1989 – Current Recent Obituaries
Mauston Juneau County Argus 7/26/1888 – 7/26/1889 Newspaper Archives
Mauston Juneau County Star-Times 1/22/2004 – Current Recent Obituaries
Menomonie Dunn County News 12/9/2002 – Current Recent Obituaries
Milwaukee Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel 11/11/1966 – 12/31/1968 Newspaper Archives
Milwaukee Milwaukee Sentinel 12/10/1844 – 12/30/1968 Newspaper Archives
Milwaukee Milwaukee Star 7/22/1967 – 2/10/1977 Newspaper Archives
Milwaukee Wahrheit 1/7/1893 – 6/25/1910 Newspaper Archives
Milwaukee Wisconsin Free Democrat 8/23/1848 – 11/28/1860 Newspaper Archives
Milwaukee Wisconsin Weekly Advocate 5/7/1898 – 9/19/1907 Newspaper Archives
Milwaukee Milwaukee Weekly Sentinel 6/27/1837 – 6/13/1866 Newspaper Archives
Milwaukee Milwaukee Advertiser 7/14/1836 – 3/20/1841 Newspaper Archives
Milwaukee Milwaukee Journal of Commerce 3/15/1871 – 12/22/1880 Newspaper Archives
Milwaukee Soul City Times 9/14/1968 – 12/16/1971 Newspaper Archives
Milwaukee Milwaukee Defender 1/3/1957 – 2/1/1958 Newspaper Archives
Milwaukee Milwaukee American 4/8/1857 – 10/28/1857 Newspaper Archives
Milwaukee Milwaukie Democrat 8/11/1843 – 2/23/1844 Newspaper Archives
Milwaukee Guardia 10/21/1969 – 8/1/1975 Newspaper Archives
Milwaukee Jugend-Post 1/1/1895 – 12/28/1895 Newspaper Archives
Milwaukee Wisconsin Afro-American 8/13/1892 – 11/19/1892 Newspaper Archives
Milwaukee Northwestern Recorder 12/3/1892 – 3/30/1893 Newspaper Archives
Milwaukee Milwaukiean 10/28/1844 – 11/4/1844 Newspaper Archives
Milwaukee Milwaukee’r Socialist 9/22/1876 – 9/21/1877 Newspaper Archives
Milwaukee Milwaukee Herold und Seebote 1/1/1901 – 1/1/1901 Newspaper Archives
Milwaukee Milwaukee Herold 1/1/1901 – 1/1/1921 Newspaper Archives
Milwaukee Wiskonsin Banner 9/14/1844 – 9/21/1844 Newspaper Archives
Milwaukee Milwaukee Journal Sentinel 1/22/1990 – Current Recent Obituaries
Milwaukee Milwaukee Journal Sentinel: Blogs 7/20/2005 – Current Recent Obituaries
Monroe Jeffersonian Democrat 8/14/1856 – 3/26/1857 Newspaper Archives
Mukwonago Mukwonago Chief 5/19/2010 – Current Recent Obituaries
New Lisbon Juneau County Argus 11/8/1858 – 12/6/1894 Newspaper Archives
Oconomowoc Oconomowoc Focus 2/3/2011 – Current Recent Obituaries
Oconomowoc Oconomowoc Enterprise 4/14/2011 – Current Recent Obituaries
Oneida Kalihwisaks 5/13/2010 – Current Recent Obituaries
Oshkosh Oshkosh True Democrat 2/9/1849 – 5/12/1857 Newspaper Archives
Park Falls Price County Review 6/6/2014 – Current Recent Obituaries
Phillips Phillips Bee 3/3/1999 – 6/3/2014 Recent Obituaries
Portage Daily Register 1/7/2004 – Current Recent Obituaries
Portage Wisconsin Dells Events 2/26/2005 – Current Recent Obituaries
Racine Weekly Racine Advocate 1/8/1851 – 4/25/1866 Newspaper Archives
Racine Racine Courier 10/16/1976 – 7/25/1992 Newspaper Archives
Reedsburg Reedsburg Times-Press 1/28/2004 – Current Recent Obituaries
Rice Lake Chronotype 1/4/2001 – Current Recent Obituaries
Ripon Ripon Commonwealth Press 1/27/2011 – Current Recent Obituaries
Sauk City Sauk Prairie Eagle 5/18/2005 – Current Recent Obituaries
Sheboygan Sheboygan Nieuwsbode 10/6/1849 – 11/7/1850 Newspaper Archives
Spooner Spooner Advocate 9/24/1998 – Current Recent Obituaries
Superior Superior Telegram 5/19/2006 – Current Recent Obituaries
Washburn County Journal 4/20/2001 – Current Recent Obituaries
Waukesha American Freeman 9/9/1845 – 12/29/1847 Newspaper Archives
Waukesha Waukesha NOW 2/3/2011 – Current Recent Obituaries
Waukesha Freeman 6/12/2000 – Current Recent Obituaries
Wauwatosa Wauwatosa NOW 9/9/2010 – Current Recent Obituaries
West Bend Washington County Daily News 7/12/2000 – Current Recent Obituaries

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20 May 1932: Amelia Earhart’s Solo Flight across the Atlantic

Amelia Earhart quote: "Everyone has oceans to fly, if they have the heart to do it."

Amelia Earhart, the pioneering female pilot, achieved enduring fame with the many aviation records she set during the 1920s and ’30s. Early in her career she achieved an impressive feat when she became the first woman to receive a pilot’s license from the distinguished National Aeronautic Association, on 16 May 1923. In 1928 she became the first woman to cross the Atlantic by plane when she flew as part of the crew (her duty was to keep the flight log) with Wilmer Stultz and Louis Gordon.

photo of Amelia Earhart, c. 1928

Photo: Amelia Earhart, c. 1928. Source: Los Angeles Daily News; Wikimedia Commons.

That successful airplane flight (and the fame it achieved—including a ticker-tape parade in New York City and a White House reception with President Calvin Coolidge) obviously whetted her appetite for aviation, and four years later Earhart made a bold attempt to fly across the Atlantic Ocean solo. This daring flight feat had only been accomplished once before, by Charles Lindbergh in 1927.

On 20 May 1932, the fifth anniversary of Lindberg’s famous flight, Earhart departed Newfoundland in her 600-horsepower Lockheed Vega to cross the vast ocean with 420 gallons of gasoline and a quart of chicken soup. Her goal destination was Paris, but after 14 hours and 56 minutes of fighting strong winds and some slight mechanical problems, she settled for landing her plane in Northern Ireland. She had done it—the first woman to fly solo across the Atlantic! For this 15-hour feat of endurance and pluck she became the first woman to receive the Distinguished Flying Cross, and the flight cemented her fame.

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Earhart’s departure for her historic cross-Atlantic flight 1n 1932 was reported on the front page of this Georgia newspaper.

article about Amelia Earhart flying solo across the Atlantic, Augusta Chronicle newspaper article 21 May 1932

Augusta Chronicle (Augusta, Georgia), 21 May 1932, page 1

This old newspaper article reported:

Harbor Grace, N.F., May 20 (AP)—Amelia Earhart Putnam, smiling and confident, took off from Harbor Grace tonight in her crimson, gold-striped plane, with Paris her destination.

Five years to the day after Col. Charles A. Lindbergh sped out from New York on the first solo flight to Europe, Mrs. Putnam took off at 4:51 p.m., eastern standard time, determined to be the first woman to fly over the Atlantic alone.

A message of confidence for her friends was left by Mrs. Putnam as she stepped, cool and composed, into the cockpit of her plane.

“To all my friends, far and near, you will hear from me in 15 hours,” she said. “I have sufficient fuel for 20 hours and I will go further if my gas holds out and I find I am not too fatigued.”

Weather Favorable

Her decision to start today came suddenly, influenced by favorable weather reports. Arriving here from St. John, N.B., at 11:31 a.m., eastern standard time, she previously had retired, announcing she hoped to leave early tomorrow.

The plane was warming up as she arrived at the airport. Bernt Balchen, famed flier and explorer, and Eddie Gorski, mechanic, who accompanied her from St. John, were working on it.

She was laughing excitedly as Balchen and Gorski made a rapid but thorough inspection of the craft, [but then] her attitude changed to that of grave silence.

Satisfied that the ship was fit, Balchen and Gorski joined Mrs. Putnam for a final conference before the takeoff. She gave them each a hearty handshake, said “I am confident of success,” and stepped into the plane.

Paris Is Goal

She made a perfect takeoff. Paris was her goal.

Her destination was not announced until just before the start. No reason was given for its choice.

Her plane is a 600-horsepower Wasp motored craft with a cruising speed of 140 miles an hour, a maximum speed of 180 and a cruising radius of 3,200 miles. It carried a fuel supply of 420 gallons of gasoline and 20 gallons of oil, sufficient, she was confident, to keep her aloft for fully 20 hours.

For herself, she carried a quart of chicken soup and nothing more.

A light southwest wind was blowing and the sky was cloudy as Mrs. Putnam sped eastward toward her goal, but she had the cheering promise of clear skies and friendly winds along the way.

New York, May 20 (AP)—George Palmer Putnam, husband of Amelia Earhart, tonight expressed complete confidence his wife would successfully complete her solo flight across to Paris.

Reached a few minutes after the hop-off at the United States weather bureau, where he remained much of the day checking weather reports, Putnam said briefly: “I have complete confidence in her. What else can I say?”

Ruth Nichols, society aviatrix who had hoped to be the first woman to cross the Atlantic by air, also expressed confidence Miss Earhart would reach her goal.

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301 New Mexico> Santa Fe Santa Fe Daily New Mexican 12/9/1869–12/31/1877 Newspaper Archives
302 New Mexico> Silver City Southwest Sentinel 11/03/1887–03/28/1888 Newspaper Archives
303 New York Canandaigua Ontario Messenger 11/25/1806–10/16/1810 Newspaper Archives
304 New York Kingston Ulster County Whig 09/17/1834–11/16/1836 Newspaper Archives
305 New York New York Argus 1/2/1797–3/8/1800 Newspaper Archives
306 New York New York Evening Star 10/10/1833–7/6/1840 Newspaper Archives
307 New York New York Frank Leslie’s Illustrirte Zeitung 01/02/1858–01/27/1866 Newspaper Archives
308 New York New York National Advocate for the Country 3/3/1813–12/25/1827 Newspaper Archives
309 New York New York National Police Gazette 11/07/1846–12/21/1876 Newspaper Archives
310 New York New York New York Aurora 5/26/1807–6/7/1809 Newspaper Archives
311 New York New York New York Semi-Weekly Express 8/26/1862–7/12/1867 Newspaper Archives
312 New York New York New-York Gazette 5/11/1730–5/26/1740 Newspaper Archives
313 New York New York New-York Gazette, or Weekly Post-Boy 07/25/1743–01/12/1747 Newspaper Archives
314 New York Ossining Westchester Herald 1/2/1821–12/23/1856 Newspaper Archives
315 New York Poughkeepsie New-York Journal, or, General Advertiser 7/20/1778–11/19/1781 Newspaper Archives
316 New York Troy Farmer’s Oracle 02/28/1797–04/17/1798 Newspaper Archives
317 New York Troy Federal Herald 04/28/1788–06/07/1790 Newspaper Archives
318 New York Troy Lansingburgh Gazette 9/18/1798–10/23/1827 Newspaper Archives
319 New York Westfield Chautauque Phenix 10/03/1828–11/01/1831 Newspaper Archives
320 North Carolina Edenton Edenton Gazette 2/26/1806–2/26/1821 Newspaper Archives
321 North Carolina Fayetteville North Carolina Chronicle or Fayetteville Gazette 02/01/1790–07/19/1790 Newspaper Archives
322 North Carolina Lincolnton Lincoln Courier 5/2/1846–2/15/1851 Newspaper Archives
323 North Carolina Lincolnton Lincoln Republican 01/23/1840–05/25/1842 Newspaper Archives
324 North Carolina Milton Milton Gazette and Roanoke Advertiser 05/03/1822–04/21/1825 Newspaper Archives
325 North Carolina Murfreesboro Hornets’ Nest 10/01/1812–07/22/1813 Newspaper Archives
326 North Carolina New Bern North-Carolina Gazette 03/24/1775–07/14/1775 Newspaper Archives
327 North Carolina Raleigh North-Carolina Minerva 05/16/1803–12/31/1804 Newspaper Archives
328 North Carolina Raleigh Raleigh Register 06/04/1819–12/28/1821 Newspaper Archives
329 North Carolina Raleigh Semi-Weekly Standard 01/14/1852–12/31/1853 Newspaper Archives
330 North Carolina Raleigh Star 02/13/1850–09/29/1852 Newspaper Archives
331 North Carolina Tarboro Tarboro Press 01/04/1840–03/02/1844 Newspaper Archives
332 North Carolina Washington American Recorder 4/28/1815–5/27/1825 Newspaper Archives
333 North Carolina Wilmington True Republican or American Whig 01/03/1809–11/07/1809 Newspaper Archives
334 North Carolina Wilmington Wilmington Centinel and General Advertiser 06/18/1788–06/18/1788 Newspaper Archives
335 North Carolina Wilmington Wilmington Gazette 01/01/1801–/01/1816 Newspaper Archives
336 North Dakota Fort Rice Frontier Scout 06/15/1865–10/12/1865 Newspaper Archives
337 North Dakota Mandan Daily Pioneer 1/4/1883–12/29/1883 Newspaper Archives
338 North Dakota Mandan Sunday Pioneer 11/11/1883–12/23/1883 Newspaper Archives
339 North Dakota Tower City Tower City Herald 05/02/1884–02/06/1885 Newspaper Archives
340 Ohio Chillicothe Ohio Herald 07/27/1805–11/15/1806 Newspaper Archives
341 Ohio Cincinnati Centinel of the North-Western Territory 5/23/1795–3/5/1799 Newspaper Archives
342 Ohio Cincinnati Liberty Hall 12/23/1805–12/30/1814 Newspaper Archives
343 Ohio Lebanon Western Star 02/13/1807–06/08/1811 Newspaper Archives
344 Ohio Marietta American Friend 4/24/1813–6/19/1818 Newspaper Archives
345 Ohio Steubenville Jefferson Democrat and Farmers’ and Mechanics’ Advocate 05/25/1831–02/06/1833 Newspaper Archives
346 Ohio Warren Trump of Fame 11/01/1816–08/07/1861 Newspaper Archives
347 Ohio Xenia Greene County Torch-Light 07/31/1845–12/26/1850 Newspaper Archives
348 Oklahoma Caddo Caddo Free Press 11/01/1878–11/01/1878 Newspaper Archives
349 Oklahoma Doaksville Choctaw Intelligencer 04/02/1851–04/02/1851 Newspaper Archives
350 Oklahoma Fort Washita Chickasaw Intelligencer 04/21/1855–04/21/1855 Newspaper Archives
351 Oregon Corvallis Oregon Statesman 10/13/1855–12/08/1855 Newspaper Archives
352 Oregon Oregon City Oregon Spectator 02/10/1848–05/12/1854 Newspaper Archives
353 Oregon Oregon City Oregon Statesman 01/06/1852–02/26/1853 Newspaper Archives
354 Oregon Portland Oregon Weekly Times 12/25/1852–03/03/1860 Newspaper Archives
355 Pennsylvania Carlisle Cumberland Register 09/20/1805–06/22/1814 Newspaper Archives
356 Pennsylvania Germantown Pensylvanische Berichte 1/16/1746–12/24/1757 Newspaper Archives
357 Pennsylvania Lancaster Hive 07/06/1803–06/12/1805 Newspaper Archives
358 Pennsylvania Lancaster Lancaster Inquirer 7/7/1863–2/13/1864 Newspaper Archives
359 Pennsylvania Philadelphia Complete Counting House Companion 5/28/1785–10/30/1790 Newspaper Archives
360 Pennsylvania Philadelphia Pennsylvania Gazette 1/3/1776–12/18/1793 Newspaper Archives
361 Pennsylvania Philadelphia Philadelphische Zeitung 05/06/1732–06/24/1732 Newspaper Archives
362 Pennsylvania Philadelphia Press 1/1/1859–12/31/1865 Newspaper Archives
363 Pennsylvania Pittsburgh Pittsburgh Gazette 8/12/1786–9/23/1831 Newspaper Archives
364 Pennsylvania Tunkhannock Wyoming Democrat 09/24/1850–09/24/1850 Newspaper Archives
365 Pennsylvania Washington Western Telegraphe 08/17/1795–07/04/1807 Newspaper Archives
366 Rhode Island Providence Independent Inquirer 8/28/1823–8/20/1830 Newspaper Archives
367 Rhode Island Providence Microcosm 01/08/1831–03/30/1833 Newspaper Archives
368 Rhode Island Providence New Age and Constitutional Advocate 11/20/1840–3/8/1842 Newspaper Archives
369 Rhode Island Providence Rhode Island Press 06/29/1861–12/29/1877 Newspaper Archives
370 Rhode Island Providence Rhode-Island Farmer 08/09/1804–01/31/1805 Newspaper Archives
371 South Carolina Beaufort Free South 01/10/1863–04/16/1864 Newspaper Archives
372 South Carolina Charleston Carolina Weekly Messenger 8/11/1807–11/7/1809 Newspaper Archives
373 South Carolina Charleston Charleston Mercury 6/4/1831–11/14/1868 Newspaper Archives
374 South Carolina Charleston Charleston Spectator 08/09/1806–12/05/1806 Newspaper Archives
375 South Carolina Charleston Royal Gazette 02/09/1782–02/09/1782 Newspaper Archives
376 South Carolina Charleston Royal South Carolina Gazette 06/08/1780–07/16/1782 Newspaper Archives
377 South Carolina Charleston South-Carolina Gazette 1/11/1735–12/29/1737 Newspaper Archives
378 South Carolina Charleston South-Carolina and American General Gazette 03/11/1768–10/01/1778 Newspaper Archives
379 South Carolina Pendleton Miller’s Weekly Messenger 01/03/1821–04/02/1841 Newspaper Archives
380 South Dakota Artesian Diana Sentinel 11/23/1883–08/01/1884 Newspaper Archives
381 South Dakota Fort Randall Independent 01/18/1865–12/20/1865 Newspaper Archives
382 South Dakota Pierre Pierre Daily Capital 8/20/1890–3/31/1891 Newspaper Archives
383 Tennessee Knoxville Knoxville Register 8/10/1816–10/22/1839 Newspaper Archives
384 Tennessee Knoxville Press and Messenger 01/08/1873–12/15/1875 Newspaper Archives
385 Tennessee Memphis Memphis Evening Post 04/27/1868–05/31/1869 Newspaper Archives
386 Tennessee Nashville Nashville Clarion 2/16/1808–7/20/1819 Newspaper Archives
387 Tennessee Nashville Nashville Examiner 09/29/1813–05/25/1814 Newspaper Archives
388 Texas Corpus Christi Corpus Christi Gazette 01/08/1846–04/02/1846 Newspaper Archives
389 Texas Houston Morning Star 04/15/1839–03/12/1846 Newspaper Archives
390 Texas Houston National Banner 04/25/1838–04/25/1838 Newspaper Archives
391 Texas Houston National Intelligencer 03/01/1839–07/04/1839 Newspaper Archives
392 Texas Houston Weekly Houstonian 05/27/1841–07/22/1841 Newspaper Archives
393 Texas Paris Texas Vindicator 10/29/1867–06/21/1871 Newspaper Archives
394 Texas Pittsburg Pittsburg Gazette 01/06/1887–12/30/1892 Newspaper Archives
395 Texas San Luis San Luis Advocate 09/04/1840–05/11/1841 Newspaper Archives
396 Utah Ogden Ogden Junction 3/12/1870–8/19/1876 Newspaper Archives
397 Utah Salt Lake City Kirk Anderson’s Valley Tan 12/3/1858–1/25/1860 Newspaper Archives
398 Utah Salt Lake City Telegraph 12/19/1864–05/17/1866 Newspaper Archives
399 Vermont Bellows Falls Vermont Intelligencer 01/01/1821–12/30/1822 Newspaper Archives
400 Vermont Bennington Bennington Banner 2/27/1841–12/31/1885 Newspaper Archives
401 Vermont Burlington Burlington Mercury 6/3/1796–3/24/1797 Newspaper Archives
402 Vermont Montpelier Freemen’s Press 08/25/1809–08/27/1812 Newspaper Archives
403 Vermont Montpelier State Journal 10/25/1832–10/25/1832 Newspaper Archives
404 Vermont Montpelier Watchman 11/20/1807–12/31/1873 Newspaper Archives
405 Vermont Westimnster Vermont Gazette or Green-Mountain Post-Boy 04/02/1781–09/27/1871 Newspaper Archives
406 Vermont Windsor Vermont Republican 08/08/1829–10/09/1834 Newspaper Archives
407 Vermont Woodstock Woodstock Observer 1/7/1823–6/5/1832 Newspaper Archives
408 Virginia Alexandria Local News 10/07/1861–02/10/1862 Newspaper Archives
409 Virginia Charlottesville Virginia Advocate 08/25/1827–04/02/1830 Newspaper Archives
410 Virginia Fredericksburg New Era 05/23/1865–06/29/1866 Newspaper Archives
411 Virginia Lynchburg Lynchburg Star 2/27/1806–1/8/1812 Newspaper Archives
412 Virginia Norfolk American Beacon 11/02/1821–02/28/1827 Newspaper Archives
413 Virginia Norfolk American Gazette and Norfolk and Portsmouth Weekly Advertiser 10/10/1792–08/28/1795 Newspaper Archives
414 Virginia Norfolk New Regime 03/08/1864–04/16/1864 Newspaper Archives
415 Virginia Richmond Observatory, or A View of the Times 3/1/1798–11/26/1798 Newspaper Archives
416 Virginia Richmond Sentinel 6/19/1863–1/3/1866 Newspaper Archives
417 Virginia Richmond Virginia Federalist 06/01/1799–03/01/1800 Newspaper Archives
418 Virginia Richmond Virginia Independent Chronicle 05/23/1787–04/01/1789 Newspaper Archives
419 Virginia Winchester Virginia Gazette and Winchester Advertiser 08/29/1787–10/14/1789 Newspaper Archives
420 Washington Olympia Echo 07/29/1876–07/29/1876 Newspaper Archives
421 Washington Olympia Pioneer and Democrat 02/11/1854–11/16/1860 Newspaper Archives
422 Washington Port Townsend Puget Sound Weekly Argus 08/04/1870–04/26/1883 Newspaper Archives
423 Washington Steilacoom Puget Sound Express 10/22/1874–08/070/1880 Newspaper Archives
424 West Virginia Charles Town Farmers’ Repository 12/15/1824–11/15/1826 Newspaper Archives
425 West Virginia Martinsburg Potomak Guardian and Berkeley Advertiser 9/3/1792–4/2/1800 Newspaper Archives
426 West Virginia Shepherdstown Potowmac Guardian and Berkeley Advertiser 12/27/1791–12/27/1791 Newspaper Archives
427 Wisconsin Galesville Galesville Independent 11/5/1874–8/30/1889 Newspaper Archives
428 Wisconsin Green Bay Green-Bay Intelligencer and Wisconsin Democrat 12/11/1833–06/01/1836 Newspaper Archives
429 Wisconsin Green Bay Wisconsin Free Press 10/03/1835–03/30/1836 Newspaper Archives
430 Wisconsin Lancaster Grant County Herald 03/18/1843–12/05/1850 Newspaper Archives
431 Wisconsin Madison Daily Argus and Democrat 01/03/1854–07/21/1854 Newspaper Archives
432 Wisconsin Milwaukee Milwaukee Advertiser 07/14/1836–03/20/1841 Newspaper Archives
433 Wisconsin New Lisbon Juneau County Argus 11/8/1858–12/6/1894 Newspaper Archives
434 Wisconsin Oshkosh Oshkosh True Democrat 02/09/1849–05/12/1857 Newspaper Archives
435 Wisconsin Racine Weekly Racine Advocate 1/8/1851–4/25/1866 Newspaper Archives
436 Wisconsin Sheboygan Sheboygan Nieuwsbode 10/06/1849–11/07/1850 Newspaper Archives
437 Wyoming Cheyenne Cheyenne Argus 11/14/1867–11/14/1867 Newspaper Archives
438 Wyoming Cheyenne Cheyenne Daily Argus 04/02/1868–04/05/1868 Newspaper Archives
439 Wyoming Cheyenne Cheyenne Daily Leader 04/03/1868–04/03/1868 Newspaper Archives
440 Wyoming Evanston Evanston Age 10/03/1876–10/03/1876 Newspaper Archives
441 Wyoming Laramie Laramie Daily Sentinel 10/21/1876–10/21/1876 Newspaper Archives

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201 Maryland Cumberland Cumberland Daily News 04/05/1871–04/02/1872 Newspaper Archives
202 Maryland Elkton Cecil Whig 08/14/1841–09/01/1866 Newspaper Archives
203 Maryland Frederick Examiner 7/8/1857–12/29/1875 Newspaper Archives
204 Massachusetts Belchertown Hampshire Sentinel and Farmers and Manufacturers Journal 11/29/1826–05/04/1831 Newspaper Archives
205 Massachusetts Boston American Republican 03/20/1809–04/03/1809 Newspaper Archives
206 Massachusetts Boston Boston Daily Advertiser 1/1/1824–4/30/1841 Newspaper Archives
207 Massachusetts Boston Boston Daily American Statesman 9/5/1825–12/13/1827 Newspaper Archives
208 Massachusetts Boston Boston Daily Bee 1/2/1843–12/31/1857 Newspaper Archives
209 Massachusetts Boston Boston Intelligencer 8/20/1814–12/27/1828 Newspaper Archives
210 Massachusetts Boston Boston Patriot and Daily Chronicle 01/01/1825–12/31/1831 Newspaper Archives
211 Massachusetts Boston Boston Telegraph 01/01/1824–12/23/1824 Newspaper Archives
212 Massachusetts Boston Bostonian and Mechanics Journal 07/20/1822–06/28/1823 Newspaper Archives
213 Massachusetts Boston Christian Watchman 1/6/1821–12/26/1850 Newspaper Archives
214 Massachusetts Boston Columbian Centinel 1/4/1826–4/25/1840 Newspaper Archives
215 Massachusetts Boston Compass 06/06/1818–08/21/1819 Newspaper Archives
216 Massachusetts Boston Evening Post and General Advertiser 10/17/1778–2/26/1780 Newspaper Archives
217 Massachusetts Boston Exchange Advertiser 12/30/1784–12/21/1786 Newspaper Archives
218 Massachusetts Boston Flag of Our Union 3/28/1846–12/28/1867 Newspaper Archives
219 Massachusetts Boston Independent Advertiser 01/04/1748–09/25/1749 Newspaper Archives
220 Massachusetts Boston Masonic Mirror and Mechanic’s Intelligencer 01/22/1825–04/15/1826 Newspaper Archives
221 Massachusetts Boston Massachusetts Journal 09/02/1826–12/18/1828 Newspaper Archives
222 Massachusetts Boston Right Way 11/18/1865–3/2/1867 Newspaper Archives
223 Massachusetts Boston Weekly Messenger 1/4/1832–12/25/1860 Newspaper Archives
224 Massachusetts Boston Weekly Report 5/19/1821–5/10/1828 Newspaper Archives
225 Massachusetts Concord Concord Gazette and Middlesex Yeoman 11/29/1823–2/11/1826 Newspaper Archives
226 Massachusetts Concord Middlesex Gazette 04/20/1816–10/14/1820 Newspaper Archives
227 Massachusetts Haverhill Guardian of Freedom 09/16/1793–11/05/1795 Newspaper Archives
228 Massachusetts Haverhill Haverhill Federal Gazette 10/26/1798–11/27/1799 Newspaper Archives
229 Massachusetts New Bedford New-England Gazette 05/13/1823–01/27/1824 Newspaper Archives
230 Massachusetts Northampton Democrat 3/12/1811–8/17/1813 Newspaper Archives
231 Massachusetts Plymouth Old Colony Memorial 5/4/1822–12/29/1827 Newspaper Archives
232 Massachusetts Salem Weekly Visitant 08/02/1806–12/20/1806 Newspaper Archives
233 Massachusetts Springfield Hampden Federalist 8/6/1812–12/28/1815 Newspaper Archives
234 Massachusetts Stockbridge Berkshire Star 7/30/1808–11/24/1814 Newspaper Archives
235 Massachusetts Taunton Columbian Reporter and Old Colony Journal 4/3/1822–9/22/1830 Newspaper Archives
236 Michigan Coldwater Coldwater Sentinel 4/16/1841–11/11/1870 Newspaper Archives
237 Michigan Detroit Detroit Gazette 07/25/1817–04/22/1830 Newspaper Archives
238 Michigan Detroit Michigan Herald 09/13/1826–04/30/1829 Newspaper Archives
239 Michigan Sault Ste. Marie Lake Superior News and Mining Journal 6/12/1847–11/11/1848 Newspaper Archives
240 Minnesota Red Wing Goodhue County Republican 6/26/1863–12/28/1876 Newspaper Archives
241 Minnesota St. Paul Daily Minnesotian 01/06/1854–01/06/1854 Newspaper Archives
242 Minnesota St. Paul Minnesota Democrat 1/14/1851–10/31/1855 Newspaper Archives
243 Minnesota St. Paul Weekly Minnesotian 06/04/1853–12/25/1858 Newspaper Archives
244 Mississippi Natchez Misissippi Herald and Natchez Gazette 8/10/1802–12/31/1807 Newspaper Archives
245 Mississippi Natchez Mississippi Messenger 9/7/1804–7/7/1808 Newspaper Archives
246 Mississippi Natchez Mississippi Republican 04/29/1812–12/22/1824 Newspaper Archives
247 Mississippi Natchez Mississippian 12/08/1808–09/10/1810 Newspaper Archives
248 Mississippi Natchez Natchez Daily Courier 11/20/1861–11/08/1862 Newspaper Archives
249 Mississippi Natchez Natchez Gazette and Mississippi General Advertiser 06/20/1811–05/07/1812 Newspaper Archives
250 Mississippi Natchez Washington Republican and Natchez Intelligencer 04/24/1816–06/14/1817 Newspaper Archives
251 Mississippi Natchez Weekly Chronicle 07/06/1808–07/01/1812 Newspaper Archives
252 Mississippi Port Gibson Port Gibson Correspondent 01/22/1824–03/14/1829 Newspaper Archives
253 Mississippi Vicksburg Daily Citizen 07/02/1863–07/02/1863 Newspaper Archives
254 Missouri Kansas City Soldier’s Letter 08/08/1864–10/15/1864 Newspaper Archives
255 Missouri St. Louis Missouri Gazette and Public Advertiser 07/19/1810–08/15/1812 Newspaper Archives
256 Missouri St. Louis St. Louis Daily Market Reporter 1/3/1871–10/28/1874 Newspaper Archives
257 Missouri St. Louis St. Louis Weekly Market Reporter 1/7/1871–10/16/1875 Newspaper Archives
258 Missouri St. Louis Weekly Missouri Republican 7/13/1849–12/8/1865 Newspaper Archives
259 Montana Deer Lodge New Northwest 04/11/1874–09/29/1876 Newspaper Archives
260 Montana Fort Benton River Press 05/11/1887–09/26/1888 Newspaper Archives
261 Montana Helena Daily Rocky Mountain Gazette 01/03/1871–10/25/1873 Newspaper Archives
262 Montana Helena Helena Daily Herald 01/02/1872–12/31/1889 Newspaper Archives
263 Montana Helena Helena Weekly Herald 01/04/1872–12/27/1888 Newspaper Archives
264 Nebraska Bloomington Franklin County Guard 08/30/1872–08/13/1874 Newspaper Archives
265 Nebraska Omaha Florence Courier 09/23/1858–10/14/1858 Newspaper Archives
266 Nebraska Omaha Omaha Arrow 08/04/1854–10/20/1854 Newspaper Archives
267 Nevada Carson City New Daily Appeal 09/14/1872–03/09/1873 Newspaper Archives
268 Nevada Eureka Eureka Daily Republican 02/28/1878–03/20/1878 Newspaper Archives
269 Nevada Eureka Eureka Daily Sentinel 06/18/1871–08/24/1876 Newspaper Archives
270 Nevada Pioche Daily Journal 01/01/1876–04/26/1876 Newspaper Archives
271 New Hampshire Amherst Farmer’s Cabinet 1/6/1880–12/29/1882 Newspaper Archives
272 New Hampshire Concord New Hampshire Observer 3/3/1832–12/26/1834 Newspaper Archives
273 New Hampshire Dover Sun 08/25/1818–12/26/1820 Newspaper Archives
274 New Hampshire Exeter American Herald of Liberty 6/4/1793–11/18/1795 Newspaper Archives
275 New Hampshire Exeter Exeter Watchman 1/7/1817–12/7/1819 Newspaper Archives
276 New Hampshire Keene Cheshire Advertiser 1/19/1792–12/6/1792 Newspaper Archives
277 New Hampshire Keene Columbian Informer or Cheshire Journal 5/9/1793–4/21/1795 Newspaper Archives
278 New Hampshire Laconia Lake Village Times 01/18/1868–12/30/1876 Newspaper Archives
279 New Hampshire Manchester Manchester Daily Mirror 1/1/1851–12/31/1863 Newspaper Archives
280 New Hampshire Manchester Mirror and Farmer 1/7/1865–12/30/1876 Newspaper Archives
281 New Hampshire Manchester New Hampshire Journal of Agriculture 2/26/1850–10/26/1853 Newspaper Archives
282 New Hampshire Manchester Weekly Union 1/24/1851–12/26/1871 Newspaper Archives
283 New Jersey Bridgeton Bridgeton Chronicle 12/23/1837–6/30/1860 Newspaper Archives
284 New Jersey Bridgeton West Jersey Observer 3/14/1829–12/31/1836 Newspaper Archives
285 New Jersey Camden Camden Mail and General Advertiser 04/02/1834–04/08/1840 Newspaper Archives
286 New Jersey Camden New Republic 12/14/1867–12/25/1875 Newspaper Archives
287 New Jersey Camden West Jersey Press 01/02/1861–12/27/1876 Newspaper Archives
288 New Jersey Morristown Jerseyman 10/18/1826–06/16/1841 Newspaper Archives
289 New Jersey New Brunswick Brunswick Gazette 02/01/1791–10/30/1792 Newspaper Archives
290 New Jersey New Brunswick Guardian or New Brunswick Advertiser 11/7/1792–7/26/1804 Newspaper Archives
291 New Jersey Newark Woods’s Newark Gazette 05/19/1791–11/01/1797 Newspaper Archives
292 New Jersey Trenton Emporium and true american 6/16/1821–9/10/1847 Newspaper Archives
293 New Jersey Vineland Vineland Weekly 1/2/1875–12/25/1875 Newspaper Archives
294 New Mexico> Elizabethtown Railway Press and Telegraph 12/07/1872–12/07/1872 Newspaper Archives
295 New Mexico> Farmington San Juan Times 06/28/1894–05/18/1900 Newspaper Archives
296 New Mexico> Gallup Gallup Gleaner 05/01/1889–04/25/1896 Newspaper Archives
297 New Mexico> Las Cruces Borderer 07/24/1872–01/10/1874 Newspaper Archives
298 New Mexico> Las Cruces Independent Democrat 01/18/1893–12/28/1898 Newspaper Archives
299 New Mexico> Lincoln Lincoln Independent 10/25/1889–04/29/1892 Newspaper Archives
300 New Mexico> Mesilla Mesilla Times 05/25/1861–05/25/1861 Newspaper Archives

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101 Georgia Savannah Columbian Museum 1/3/1800–10/3/1822 Newspaper Archives
102 Georgia Savannah Georgia Journal and Independent Federal Register 12/25/1793–01/01/1794 Newspaper Archives
103 Georgia Savannah Georgian 01/04/1819–04/05/1820 Newspaper Archives
104 Georgia Savannah Public Intelligencer 4/18/1807–10/18/1808 Newspaper Archives
105 Georgia Savannah Royal Georgia Gazette 08/12/1779–10/12/1780 Newspaper Archives
106 Georgia Savannah Savannah Republican 11/07/1817–05/27/1819 Newspaper Archives
107 Georgia Savannah Savannah Wholesale Prices Current 03/18/1819–05/18/1820 Newspaper Archives
108 Georgia Savannah Southern Patriot 07/26/1805–03/24/1806 Newspaper Archives
109 Georgia Washington Monitor 10/7/1800–8/6/1814 Newspaper Archives
110 Georgia Washington News 02/23/1816–04/09/1819 Newspaper Archives
111 Hawaii Honolulu Punch Bowl 07/01/1869–09/01/1869 Newspaper Archives
112 Hawaii Honolulu Sandwich Island Gazette and Journal of Commerce 08/06/1836–07/27/1839 Newspaper Archives
113 Idaho Boise Idaho Democrat 1/28/1871–6/28/1871 Newspaper Archives
114 Idaho Rathdrum Kootenai Courier 06/29/1889–06/21/1890 Newspaper Archives
115 Idaho Salmon City Semi-weekly Mining News 08/11/1867–08/11/1867 Newspaper Archives
116 Idaho Silver City Owyhee Semi-Weekly Tidal Wave 12/15/1868–02/10/1870 Newspaper Archives
117 Illinois Chicago Chicago Daily Herald 1/21/1860–12/23/1873 Newspaper Archives
118 Illinois Chicago Chicago Democrat 10/28/1835–12/20/1837 Newspaper Archives
119 Illinois Chicago Chicago Ledger 10/09/1871–12/29/1877 Newspaper Archives
120 Illinois Chicago Chicago Post 10/10/1871–6/30/1873 Newspaper Archives
121 Illinois Chicago Daily Inter Ocean 6/9/1865–12/14/1871 Newspaper Archives
122 Illinois Kaskaskia Illinois Intelligencer 4/29/1818–7/1/1818 Newspaper Archives
123 Illinois Quincy Quincy Whig 3/14/1840–8/2/1856 Newspaper Archives
124 Illinois Shawneetown Illinois Gazette 03/16/1820–03/30/1820 Newspaper Archives
125 Illinois Vandalia Illinois Intelligencer 01/29/1824–01/07/1832 Newspaper Archives
126 Indiana Attica Fountain Ledger 11/18/1852–05/19/1853 Newspaper Archives
127 Indiana Bloomington Indiana Gazette 11/27/1824–01/15/1825 Newspaper Archives
128 Indiana Brookville Plain Dealer 11/05/1816–11/12/1816 Newspaper Archives
129 Indiana Corydon Indiana Gazette 06/21/1817–11/29/1821 Newspaper Archives
130 Indiana Covington Fountain Ledger 07/03/1851–10/29/1852 Newspaper Archives
131 Indiana Indianapolis Indianapolis Gazette 07/12/1825–02/25/1830 Newspaper Archives
132 Indiana Lawrenceburg Dearborn Gazette 08/17/1818–08/17/1818 Newspaper Archives
133 Indiana Madison Indiana Republican 10/04/1817–05/20/1829 Newspaper Archives
134 Indiana Madison Madison Daily Banner 03/23/1849–11/27/1851 Newspaper Archives
135 Indiana Madison Western Eagle 08/06/1813–04/08/1814 Newspaper Archives
136 Indiana New Albany New-Albany Chronicle 11/11/1820–07/28/1821 Newspaper Archives
137 Indiana New Harmony Disseminator 06/29/1830–04/30/1840 Newspaper Archives
138 Indiana Richmond Public Ledger 03/06/1824–08/18/1827 Newspaper Archives
139 Indiana Salem Annotator of News Politics and Literature 01/01/1827–01/08/1827 Newspaper Archives
140 Indiana Salem Indiana Farmer 05/30/1823–11/18/1825 Newspaper Archives
141 Indiana Salem Tocsin 03/31/1818–07/05/1819 Newspaper Archives
142 Indiana Terre Haute Wabash Courier 03/31/1826–12/06/1826 Newspaper Archives
143 Indiana Vevay Indiana Register 09/16/1816–11/25/1817 Newspaper Archives
144 Indiana Vincennes Indiana Centinel 01/13/1821–09/08/1821 Newspaper Archives
145 Indiana Vincennes Indiana Gazette 08/07/1804–08/14/1805 Newspaper Archives
146 Indiana Vincennes Western Sun and General Advertiser 08/05/1820–11/04/1843 Newspaper Archives
147 Iowa Anamosa Anamosa Eureka 9/3/1858–12/28/1876 Newspaper Archives
148 Iowa Denison Crawford County Bulletin 11/13/1873–10/29/1878 Newspaper Archives
149 Iowa Eddyville Daily City Item 05/23/1866–05/23/1866 Newspaper Archives
150 Iowa Jefferson Jefferson Era 04/08/1868–09/16/1868 Newspaper Archives
151 Iowa La Porte City La Porte City Progress 02/01/1871–08/09/1876 Newspaper Archives
152 Kansas Centropolis Kansas Leader 6/17/1857–2/17/1858 Newspaper Archives
153 Kansas Fort Riley Soldier’s Letter 12/20/1864–01/09/1865 Newspaper Archives
154 Kansas Leavenworth Leavenworth Daily Conservative 4/28/1861–12/31/1865 Newspaper Archives
155 Kansas Leavenworth Leavenworth Daily Times 8/1/1860–11/10/1867 Newspaper Archives
156 Kansas Minneola Kansas Leader 02/24/1858–04/21/1858 Newspaper Archives
157 Kansas Topeka Kansas State Record 01/07/1871–11/27/1871 Newspaper Archives
158 Kentucky Bardstown Bardstown Repository 06/29/1814–10/30/1816 Newspaper Archives
159 Kentucky Bardstown Candid Review 07/14/1807–08/27/1810 Newspaper Archives
160 Kentucky Frankfort Commentator 07/10/1818–02/15/1831 Newspaper Archives
161 Kentucky Lexington American Statesman 07/20/1811–08/14/1813 Newspaper Archives
162 Kentucky Lexington Independent Gazetteer 04/19/1803–11/16/1805 Newspaper Archives
163 Kentucky Lexington Lexington Public Advertiser 03/13/1822–10/09/1824 Newspaper Archives
164 Kentucky Lexington Reporter 01/01/1827–06/15/1831 Newspaper Archives
165 Kentucky Louisville Daily Louisville Public Advertiser 1/22/1830–12/28/1830 Newspaper Archives
166 Kentucky Louisville Louisville Correspondent 05/11/1814–06/28/1817 Newspaper Archives
167 Kentucky Louisville Louisville Daily Courier 1/19/1853–10/26/1868 Newspaper Archives
168 Kentucky Maysville Eagle 12/13/1826–1/14/1846 Newspaper Archives
169 Kentucky Maysville Tri-weekly Maysville Eagle 3/12/1845–12/15/1846 Newspaper Archives
170 Kentucky Paris Rights of Man 08/30/1797–01/10/1798 Newspaper Archives
171 Kentucky Richmond Luminary 01/18/1812–03/08/1816 Newspaper Archives
172 Kentucky Russellville Weekly Messenger 10/26/1822–12/29/1827 Newspaper Archives
173 Kentucky Washington Weekly Messenger 06/23/1803–10/06/1803 Newspaper Archives
174 Kentucky Winchester Winchester Advertiser 8/5/1814–6/28/1817 Newspaper Archives
175 Louisiana Alexandria Louisiana Herald 06/30/1824–06/30/1824 Newspaper Archives
176 Louisiana New Orleans Carillon 9/12/1869–5/2/1875 Newspaper Archives
177 Louisiana New Orleans Echo du Commerce 09/28/1808–09/28/1808 Newspaper Archives
178 Louisiana New Orleans Lanterne Magique 11/20/1808–11/20/1808 Newspaper Archives
179 Louisiana New Orleans Louisiana State Gazette 5/28/1805–12/31/1825 Newspaper Archives
180 Louisiana New Orleans New Orleans Argus 11/18/1809–3/26/1834 Newspaper Archives
181 Louisiana New Orleans New-Orleans Daily Chronicle 07/14/1818–09/14/1819 Newspaper Archives
182 Louisiana New Orleans Orleans Gazette and Commercial Advertiser 12/20/1804–06/16/1820 Newspaper Archives
183 Louisiana New Orleans Telegraphe et le Commercial Advertiser 12/17/1803–9/4/1806 Newspaper Archives
184 Louisiana St. Francisville Time Piece 04/25/1811–01/07/1815 Newspaper Archives
185 Maine Bath Maine Gazette 1/5/1821–6/25/1830 Newspaper Archives
186 Maine Belfast Hancock Gazette 7/30/1823–6/21/1826 Newspaper Archives
187 Maine Belfast Maine Working Men’s Advocate 11/30/1830–07/23/1835 Newspaper Archives
188 Maine Belfast Republican Journal 1/21/1848–12/29/1870 Newspaper Archives
189 Maine Castine Eastern American 12/26/1827–12/17/1828 Newspaper Archives
190 Maine Fryeburg Russel’s Echo 02/22/1798–01/11/1799 Newspaper Archives
191 Maine Paris Jeffersonian 4/3/1832–4/30/1833 Newspaper Archives
192 Maine Portland American Patriot 05/20/1825–11/15/1828 Newspaper Archives
193 Maine Portland Christian Mirror 03/04/1825–03/04/1825 Newspaper Archives
194 Maine Wiscasset Eastern Repository 6/16/1803–6/23/1807 Newspaper Archives
195 Maryland Baltimore American Farmer 01/01/1824–12/26/1828 Newspaper Archives
196 Maryland Baltimore Baltimore Telegraph 06/23/1814–03/29/1816 Newspaper Archives
197 Maryland Baltimore Fell’s Point Telegraphe 03/06/1795–06/01/1795 Newspaper Archives
198 Maryland Baltimore South 4/22/1861–2/17/1862 Newspaper Archives
199 Maryland Baltimore Telegraphe and Daily Advertiser 5/14/1795–1/11/1807 Newspaper Archives
200 Maryland Cumberland Allegany Freeman 12/04/1813–10/18/1817 Newspaper Archives

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List of 450+ Historical Newspapers Just Added to GenealogyBank

On May 4, GenealogyBank made the exciting announcement that we had just made a major addition of more than 450 historical newspapers, all of them new to our online newspaper archives.

montage of front pages from historical newspapers recently added to GenealogyBank

This is our largest release of new content since GenealogyBank.com was first launched.

This new addition has historical newspapers from all 50 states and the District of Columbia, covering the years 1730-1900, providing millions of never before available obituaries, birth and marriage notices, and news stories.

Our previous announcement about our newly available historical newspaper content included a brief sample list of the new titles. Here is the full list of all these historical newspapers new to our online archives.

State City Title Date Range

Collection

1 Alabama Cahawba Cahawba Press and Alabama Intelligencer 02/07/1824–05/14/1825 Newspaper Archives
2 Alabama Huntsville Alabama Republican 04/18/1818–08/05/1819 Newspaper Archives
3 Alabama Huntsville Democrat 10/03/1833–10/03/1833 Newspaper Archives
4 Alabama Huntsville Madison Gazette 10/19/1813–04/18/1815 Newspaper Archives
5 Alabama Mobile Mobile Gazette and Commercial Advertiser 01/05/1820–12/29/1820 Newspaper Archives
6 Alabama Mobile Mobile Mercantile Advertiser 10/07/1833–10/07/1833 Newspaper Archives
7 Alabama Tuscaloosa Tuscaloosa Chronicle 10/20/1827–10/27/1827 Newspaper Archives
8 Alaska Fort Adams Yukon Press 05/01/1894–05/01/1894 Newspaper Archives
9 Alaska Juneau Alaska Mining Record 03/26/1891–03/26/1891 Newspaper Archives
10 Alaska Sitka Alaska Times 11/06/1869–12/25/1869 Newspaper Archives
11 Arizona Kingman Mohave County Miner 10/30/1897–10/30/1897 Newspaper Archives
12 Arizona Tubac Weekly Arizonian 05/26/1859–04/12/1860 Newspaper Archives
13 Arizona Yuma Arizona Sentinel 09/27/1873–07/15/1876 Newspaper Archives
14 Arkansas Camden Ouachita Herald 05/22/1856–03/30/1861 Newspaper Archives
15 Arkansas Fort Smith Fort Smith New Era 01/20/1869–05/12/1880 Newspaper Archives
16 Arkansas Little Rock Arkansas Advocate 07/28/1830–03/27/1833 Newspaper Archives
17 Arkansas Little Rock Arkansas Times and Advocate 05/01/1837–03/11/1844 Newspaper Archives
18 California Los Angeles Los Angeles Daily Star 1/3/1872–12/31/1876 Newspaper Archives
19 California Oakland Oakland Daily Transcript 12/12/1870–10/05/1876 Newspaper Archives
20 California Sacramento Sacramento Transcript 01/01/1851–06/05/1851 Newspaper Archives
21 California San Francisco Alaska Herald 03/01/1868–07/13/1874 Newspaper Archives
22 California San Francisco California Christian Advocate 12/27/1860–12/27/1860 Newspaper Archives
23 California San Francisco California Star 07/10/1847–04/01/1848 Newspaper Archives
24 California San Francisco California Weekly Courier 11/15/1850–11/15/1850 Newspaper Archives
25 California San Francisco Evening Post 10/21/1873–12/30/1876 Newspaper Archives
26 California San Francisco Prices Current and Shipping List 02/27/1853–12/27/1858 Newspaper Archives
27 California San Francisco San Francisco Abend Post 01/02/1877–09/29/1877 Newspaper Archives
28 Colorado Denver Cherry Creek Pioneer 04/23/1859–04/23/1859 Newspaper Archives
29 Colorado Eastonville Eastonville World 4/21/1894–5/11/1895 Newspaper Archives
30 Colorado Elbert Elbert County Tribune 10/15/1891–10/05/1893 Newspaper Archives
31 Connecticut Bridgeport Humming Bird, or Herald of Taste 04/14/1798–07/14/1798 Newspaper Archives
32 Connecticut Brooklyn Independent Observer 12/18/1820–05/13/1822 Newspaper Archives
33 Connecticut Danbury Farmer’s Journal 3/18/1790–12/26/1791 Newspaper Archives
34 Connecticut Falls Village Housatonic Republican 1/10/1857–8/16/1862 Newspaper Archives
35 Connecticut Hartford Anti-Masonic Intelligencer 03/10/1829–12/18/1832 Newspaper Archives
36 Connecticut Hartford Freeman’s Chronicle 09/01/1783–07/08/1784 Newspaper Archives
37 Connecticut Hartford Independent Press 07/01/1833–09/22/1834 Newspaper Archives
38 Connecticut Killingly Windham County Telegraph 03/08/1848–05/06/1858 Newspaper Archives
39 Connecticut New Haven Daily Herald 01/02/1846–06/29/1846 Newspaper Archives
40 Connecticut New Haven Federal Gazetteer 02/22/1791–04/05/1797 Newspaper Archives
41 Connecticut New Haven Messenger 01/16/1800–08/09/1802 Newspaper Archives
42 Connecticut New Haven New-Haven Gazette 01/05/1791–06/29/1791 Newspaper Archives
43 Connecticut New Haven Sun of Liberty 08/26/1801–12/03/1801 Newspaper Archives
44 Connecticut New Haven Visitor 11/3/1803–11/8/1804 Newspaper Archives
45 Connecticut New London New London Daily Star 5/8/1861–9/24/1866 Newspaper Archives
46 Connecticut New London New London Weekly Chronicle 5/3/1848–2/25/1869 Newspaper Archives
47 Connecticut New London Republican Advocate 01/02/1822–12/10/1828 Newspaper Archives
48 Connecticut Norwich Norwich Evening Courier 7/11/1846–1/18/1853 Newspaper Archives
49 Connecticut Stonington America’s Friend 7/29/1807–9/28/1808 Newspaper Archives
50 Connecticut Stonington Yankee 02/16/1825–06/22/1825 Newspaper Archives
51 Delaware Dover Constitutionalist, or, Defender of the People’s Rights 09/06/1804–07/11/1805 Newspaper Archives
52 Delaware Dover National Recorder 11/23/1820–03/22/1821 Newspaper Archives
53 Delaware New Castle Newcastle Argus 08/09/1805–08/09/1805 Newspaper Archives
54 Delaware Wilmington American Watchman 1/11/1822–1/8/1828 Newspaper Archives
55 Delaware Wilmington Delaware Courant 05/05/1787–09/08/1878 Newspaper Archives
56 Delaware Wilmington Delaware Freeman 09/21/1810–10/27/1810 Newspaper Archives
57 Delaware Wilmington Delaware Gazette and State Journal 12/27/1833–12/27/1833 Newspaper Archives
58 Delaware Wilmington Delaware Patriot and Eastern Shore Advertiser 07/09/1816–10/04/1816 Newspaper Archives
59 Delaware Wilmington Delaware Statesman 02/24/1813–02/24/1813 Newspaper Archives
60 Delaware Wilmington Federal Ark 06/22/1803–10/26/1804 Newspaper Archives
61 Delaware Wilmington Monitor 10/21/1801–01/06/1802 Newspaper Archives
62 Delaware Wilmington Museum of Delaware and General Advertiser 09/08/1804–06/17/1809 Newspaper Archives
63 District of Columbia Georgetown Cabinet 8/26/1800–3/4/1801 Newspaper Archives
64 District of Columbia Georgetown Centinel and Country Gazette 8/11/1797–3/2/1798 Newspaper Archives
65 District of Columbia Georgetown Georgetown Advocate 05/11/1841–08/12/1854 Newspaper Archives
66 District of Columbia Georgetown Messenger 04/17/1816–07/18/1817 Newspaper Archives
67 District of Columbia Georgetown Museum and Washington and George-town Advertiser 11/18/1800–01/07/1801 Newspaper Archives
68 District of Columbia Washington (DC) Capital 03/12/1871–12/30/1877 Newspaper Archives
69 District of Columbia Washington (DC) City of Washington Gazette 1/16/1818–12/4/1820 Newspaper Archives
70 District of Columbia Washington (DC) Daily National Journal 8/9/1824–12/30/1826 Newspaper Archives
71 District of Columbia Washington (DC) Daily National Republican 12/28/1860–12/30/1876 Newspaper Archives
72 District of Columbia Washington (DC) Daily Union 1/1/1858–4/10/1859 Newspaper Archives
73 District of Columbia Washington (DC) Globe 01/03/1842–04/30/1845 Newspaper Archives
74 District of Columbia Washington (DC) Impartial Observer, and Washington Advertiser 06/19/1795–08/14/1795 Newspaper Archives
75 District of Columbia Washington (DC) National Intelligencer 1/2/1813–6/11/1828 Newspaper Archives
76 District of Columbia Washington (DC) Republic 2/11/1851–8/27/1853 Newspaper Archives
77 District of Columbia Washington (DC) Semi-weekly Union 5/5/1845–12/30/1852 Newspaper Archives
78 District of Columbia Washington (DC) States 04/17/1857–11/08/1859 Newspaper Archives
79 District of Columbia Washington (DC) United States’ Telegraph 2/6/1826–12/31/1833 Newspaper Archives
80 District of Columbia Washington (DC) Washington Advertiser 3/9/1796–11/20/1800 Newspaper Archives
81 District of Columbia Washington (DC) Washington City Gazette 01/17/1814–12/17/1814 Newspaper Archives
82 Florida Jacksonville Florida Republican 7/26/1849–12/29/1853 Newspaper Archives
83 Florida Jacksonville Jacksonville Courier 02/26/1835–12/31/1835 Newspaper Archives
84 Florida Jacksonville News 12/19/1845–12/31/1847 Newspaper Archives
85 Florida Pensacola Pensacola Gazette 09/01/1821–08/23/1823 Newspaper Archives
86 Florida St. Augustine East-Florida Gazette 03/01/1783–05/17/1783 Newspaper Archives
87 Florida St. Augustine Florida Herald and Southern Democrat 06/13/1833–06/13/1833 Newspaper Archives
88 Florida St. Augustine News 11/03/1838–09/06/1845 Newspaper Archives
89 Florida Tallahassee Star of Florida 09/29/1842–09/29/1842 Newspaper Archives
90 Georgia Athens Southern Banner 06/17/1852–01/04/1865 Newspaper Archives
91 Georgia Augusta Georgia Gazette and General Advertiser 02/05/1816–03/11/1816 Newspaper Archives
92 Georgia Augusta Mirror of the Times 10/31/1808–10/28/1811 Newspaper Archives
93 Georgia Augusta Weekly Constitutionalist 09/26/1860–01/12/1876 Newspaper Archives
94 Georgia Darien Darien Gazette 01/04/1819–09/02/1828 Newspaper Archives
95 Georgia Louisville American Standard 05/14/1810–05/14/1810 Newspaper Archives
96 Georgia Louisville Louisville Courier 08/21/1811–10/30/1811 Newspaper Archives
97 Georgia Macon Georgia Messenger 1/4/1825–8/28/1845 Newspaper Archives
98 Georgia Milledgeville Georgia Journal 4/8/1817–12/26/1820 Newspaper Archives
99 Georgia Milledgeville Southern Recorder 02/13/1821–03/21/1865 Newspaper Archives
100 Georgia Mt. Zion Missionary 01/28/1820–05/16/1825 Newspaper Archives

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Full List of Mayflower Passengers in Gov. Bradford’s Newly-Restored Journal

Governor William Bradford’s (ca. 1590-1657) handwritten Of Plymouth Plantation is well known to genealogists as the earliest journal history of the Mayflower passengers, their voyage across the Atlantic, and the settlement in Plymouth Plantation.

According to the Northeast Document Conservation Center (NEDCC), the Bradford Manuscript contains 580 pages, is hand sewn, “and bound in a parchment-covered binding.” It is housed in the State Library of Massachusetts.

photo of the Bradford Manuscript being restored by the Northeast Document Conservation Center (NEDCC)

Photo: the Bradford Manuscript. Source: Northeast Document Conservation Center (NEDCC).

Click here to read the State Library’s guide to the Bradford Manuscript.

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The Northeast Document Conservation Center took on the task of conserving, repairing and restoring this historic manuscript. The NEDCC has now put a detailed article about the conservation process for this important document online.

Click here to read the NEDCC’s account of their work on the Bradford Manuscript.

screenshot of a page from the Northeast Document Conservation Center website describing the restoration of the Bradford Manuscript

Source: Northeast Document Conservation Center

The conservation work was done to prevent further deterioration of the historical journal, and to make it more accessible to the public by the creation of two facsimile volumes.

A digitized version of the Bradford Manuscript is available online.

Of special interest to genealogists, the Bradford Manuscript contains a multipage list of the passengers on the Mayflower.

photo of a page from the Bradford Manuscript showing the list of Mayflower passengers

Photo: Bradford Manuscript page showing the list of Mayflower passengers. Source: State Library of Massachusetts.

Having this invaluable historical Mayflower resource protected – and having a digital copy of the manuscript online – is a great benefit to genealogists.

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