50 Alabama Newspapers Now Online for Your Genealogy Research

Last Saturday Alabama celebrated the 194th anniversary of its statehood—the “Heart of Dixie” was admitted into the Union on 14 December 1819 as the 22nd state.

photo of the official state seal of Alabama

Illustration: official state seal of Alabama. Credit: Wikipedia.

If you are researching your family roots in Alabama, you will want to use GenealogyBank’s online Alabama newspaper archives: 50 titles to help you search your family history in the “Yellowhammer State,” providing coverage from 1816 to Today. There are more than 21 million articles and records in this online collection.

Dig into the archives and search for obituaries and other news articles about your ancestors in these recent and historical AL newspapers online:

Search Alabama Newspaper Archives (1816-1992)

Search Alabama Recent Obituaries (1992-Today)

Here is our complete list of online Alabama newspapers, divided into two collections: Historical Newspapers (complete paper) and Recent Obituaries. 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.

Discover a variety of genealogy records and news stories in these 21 Alabama historical newspapers, listed alphabetically by city:

Search recent obituary records for your relatives in these 29 Alabama newspapers, listed alphabetically by city:

Alabama Newspaper Archives at GenealogyBank

Alabama Newspaper Archives at GenealogyBank

1913 Halloween Prank Caused a Blast in Sheffield, Alabama

Every year around Halloween we hear of pranks ranging from harmless mischief to serious destruction.

The Halloween of 1913 in Sheffield, Alabama, was a little of both.

According to press reports, the destruction resulting from a Halloween prank gone awry was as much a surprise to the kids as it was to the town’s residents.

The kids’ plan was simple: they were going to load the town cannon with “several pounds of [gun]powder” and set it off at one o’clock in the morning.

It worked; the explosion was deafening.

As reported in the following Alabama newspaper article: “…the explosion shaking the [Sheffield Hotel] like an earthquake, in fact the guests thought it was an earthquake, and rolled out of their beds and room, scantily attired, rushing down into the lobby to ascertain the cause of the explosion.”

The cannon itself “…was thrown several hundred feet from the concrete foundation by the discharge.”

And the destruction from the prank was real: “All of the plate glass on the lower floor and all the window lights on the north side of the Sheffield Hotel…were broken and shattered.” The estimated damage was $1,000.

Hallowe'en Funmakers Cause Severe Damage, Montgomery Advertiser newspaper article 1 November 1913

Montgomery Advertiser (Montgomery, Alabama), 1 November 1913, page 8

Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Jackie Robinson & Rosa Parks Obituaries

During this October week in American history three pioneering activists died who had a big impact on American society:

  • Elizabeth Cady Stanton, American women’s rights activist, died at 86 on 26 October 1902
  • Jack Roosevelt “Jackie” Robinson, American baseball player and civil rights activist, died at 53 on 24 October 1972
  • Rosa Louise McCauley Parks, American civil rights activist, died at 92 on 24 October 2005

Newspapers are filled with obituaries and profiles that help us better understand the lives of our ancestors—and the famous people who lived during their times. You can use historical newspapers to research their public careers and trace their family trees. The following old newspaper articles about these three famous Americans are good examples.

Elizabeth Cady Stanton (1815-1902)

An activist from an early age, Elizabeth Cady Stanton was involved in the abolitionist and temperance movements—but the cause to which she primarily devoted her considerable powers was women’s rights and their equality before the law, especially the right to vote. She was instrumental in organizing the first women’s rights convention: the Seneca Falls Convention, a two-day meeting convened on July 19, 1848, in Seneca Falls, New York.

Over 300 people attended the women’s rights convention, whose highlight was the reading and discussion of a statement of women’s rights called the Declaration of Sentiments, primarily written by Stanton. After much debate, the declaration (deliberately modeled after the Declaration of Independence) was signed by 100 of the participants: 68 women and 32 men.

Of the 12 resolutions debated and approved at the convention, the most controversial was the ninth, written by Stanton. It read: “Resolved, that it is the duty of the women of this country to secure to themselves their sacred right to the elective franchise.” Women’s suffrage was a divisive issue and many of the convention’s participants opposed its inclusion, fearing that an element this controversial would weaken support for women’s equality. However, others argued persuasively in favor of supporting women’s suffrage—and in the end the voting rights resolution was approved.

Stanton met another pioneering suffragist, Susan B. Anthony, in 1851, and the two women were close friends and allies in the women’s rights movement for the rest of Stanton’s life.

This obituary was published the day after Stanton died.

Woman's Rights Loses Venerable 'Mother' [Elizabeth Cady Stanton], Denver Post newspaper obituary 27 October 1902

Denver Post (Denver, Colorado), 27 October 1902, page 3

This old newspaper obituary included a tribute penned by Susan B. Anthony: “Through the early days, when the world was against us, we stood together. Mrs. Stanton was always a courageous woman, a leader of thought and new movement. She was a most finished writer and every state paper presented to Congress or the state legislatures in the early days was written by Mrs. Stanton. I cannot express myself at all as I feel, I am too crushed to say too much, but if she had outlived me she would have found fine words with which to express our friendship.”

This tribute to Stanton was published two days after she died.

Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Worcester Daily Spy newspaper article 28 October 1902

Worcester Daily Spy (Worcester, Massachusetts), 28 October 1902, page 6

It concluded: “Mrs. Stanton fell far short of her aim, in what she actually accomplished, just as Susan B. Anthony finds herself far short of the goal toward which she has struggled [the 19th Amendment, granting women the right to vote, was not ratified until 1920]. The world is not ready to grant their contention in its fullness, and indeed is still to a great degree hostile toward it, but the two remarkable women long ago won recognition of the principle by which they were inspired, and through that recognition extended the power of women in public affairs to a wonderful degree, and made great progress toward establishing women in a position more equitable with that of men so far as property rights are concerned.

“Work like that carried on by Mrs. Stanton cannot cease with her life, nor can it end when Miss Anthony, her illustrious co-worker, passes away. It is everlasting, and will constantly bring fresh benefits to womankind.”

Jackie Robinson (1919-1972)

A superb all-around athlete and a man of strong principles, Jackie Robinson is most remembered as the African American who broke baseball’s color barrier when he started a game for the Brooklyn Dodgers on 15 April 1947. Despite vicious racial taunts and threats, Robinson played the game with great intensity and excellence, gradually winning the respect and admiration of most of his peers and helping to advance the cause of the Civil Rights Movement in America.

During his 10-year baseball career, Robinson played in six World Series, had a lifetime batting average of .311, won the Rookie of the Year award in 1947, and was the National League Most Valuable Player in 1949. He became the first African American player inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame when he was accepted in 1962, in his initial year of eligibility.

After his professional baseball career ended, Robinson continued to break racial barriers with a series of firsts for an African American: baseball television analyst; vice-president of a major American corporation (Chock full o’Nuts); one of the co-founders of an African American-owned financial institution called the Freedom National Bank; owner of a construction company that built housing for low-income families.

Robinson died a much-respected figure on 24 October 1972 of complications from diabetes, high blood pressure, and heart disease at the young age (for a prime athlete) of 53. After his death tributes poured in for the man who had accomplished—and endured—so much.

This tribute, published in the newspaper the day after Robinson died, told a story about his minor league playing career with the Montreal Royals that showed how much testing Robinson had to endure.

Fear of Failure Motivated Jackie [Robinson], Springfield Union newspaper article 25 October 1972

Springfield Union (Springfield, Massachusetts), 25 October 1972, page 32

“There was the exhibition game against Indianapolis, and Paul Derringer, the one-time Cincinnati ace, was pitching against Montreal. He was a friend of [Montreal Manager Clay] Hopper’s and he said:

“‘Tell you what I’m gonna do, Clay. I’m gonna knock him (Robinson) down a couple of times and see what he’s made of.’

“Robinson had to eat dirt to avoid a high, inside pitch his first time up, but then picked himself up and singled. Derringer decked him again the next time up, but Robinson bludgeoned a screaming triple to left-center.

“‘He’ll do, Clay,’ Derringer hollered into the Montreal dugout.”

This tribute to Robinson was penned by famed sportswriter Red Smith.

Unconquerable Spirit [Jackie Robinson] Pierces Gloom in Philly, Trenton Evening Times newspaper article 25 October 1972

Trenton Evening Times (Trenton, New Jersey), 25 October 1972, page 70

Calling Robinson the “black man’s fighter,” Smith wrote: “Jackie Robinson established the black man’s right to play second base. He fought for the black man’s right to a place in the white community, and he never lost sight of that goal. After he left baseball, almost everything he did was directed toward that goal. He was involved in foundation of the Freedom National Banks. He tried to get an insurance company started with black capital and when he died he was head of a construction company building houses for blacks. Years ago a friend, talking of the needs of blacks, said, ‘good schooling comes first.’

“‘No,’ Jackie said. ‘housing is the first thing. Unless he’s got a home he wants to come back to, it doesn’t matter what kind of school he goes to.’”

This Jackie Robinson obituary article was published the day after he died.

Hall of Famer Jackie Robinson Dead at 53, Plain Dealer newspaper obituary 25 October 1972

Plain Dealer (Cleveland, Ohio), 25 October 1972, page 61

It included a tribute to Robinson from the head of baseball: “Baseball Commissioner Bowie Kuhn said Robinson was unsurpassed in contribution to sports. ‘His entire life was courage. Courage as the black pioneer of the game. Courage in the way he fought for what he believed.’”

Rosa Parks (1913-2005)

When Rosa Parks, an African American woman in Montgomery, Alabama, refused to give up her bus seat to a white person on Dec. 1, 1955, her act of resistance ignited the Montgomery Bus Boycott—which in turn accelerated the Civil Rights Movement and forever changed America. It was not that Parks was too physically tired to move that evening, though it was the end of another long day working as a seamstress in the Montgomery Fair department store. Nor was she old and infirm; at 42, she was a strong and healthy African American woman. She had simply had enough of the city’s segregation laws that gave whites more rights than blacks.

Her arrest for refusing white bus driver James Blake’s order to give up her seat on the bus galvanized the African American community in Montgomery. Thousands of leaflets were distributed calling for a boycott of the city’s buses until the Jim Crow segregation laws were changed. The boycott was led by a young minister, Martin Luther King, Jr., who soon rose to national prominence as a civil rights leader. After 381 days the segregation laws were finally changed and blacks once again rode Montgomery’s buses—but that victory was only the start of a movement much, much bigger.

The Civil Rights Movement gained momentum, and Rosa Parks went on to receive national recognition—including the Presidential Medal of Freedom and the Congressional Gold Medal.

This 1955 news article reported on her arrest, fining, and the subsequent bus boycott.

Negro Woman [Rosa Parks] in Segregation Case Fined, Seattle Daily Times newspaper article 5 December 1955

Seattle Daily Times (Seattle, Washington), 5 December 1955, page 44

The newspaper article about the Montgomery bus incident reported: “The woman was taken off a bus and jailed last Thursday night after refusing to leave a section reserved for white passengers. The [Montgomery] City Code requires segregation in all forms of public transportation and gives bus drivers police powers to enforce the law.

“Meanwhile, other Negroes boycotted city buses in protest against the woman’s arrest. Police cars and motorcycles followed the busses to avert trouble.”

This obituary and appreciation was published in the newspaper two days after Parks died.

Rosa Parks Inspired Generation, Register Star newspaper article 26 October 2005

Register Star (Rockford, Illinois), 26 October 2005, page 1

It reported: “Attorney Vernita Hervey, a civil rights activist, said Parks’ defiance of Alabama’s Jim Crow laws sparked an uprising that ‘probably was the defining moment in African-American collective action.’”

To honor Parks, this drawing graced the editorial page of the Register Star.

editorial cartoon paying respects to Rosa Parks, Register Star newspaper illustration 26 October 2005

Register Star (Rockford, Illinois), 26 October 2005, page 5

Today there is even an American holiday in Rosa Parks’ honor.

Newspaper Obituaries provide personal details about someone’s life that can’t be found elsewhere—whether they are stories about our ancestors or articles about famous people we’re interested in. GenealogyBank features two collections of online obituaries:

Dig into these obituary archives today and see what you can discover about your family tree and the famous people you admire most!

Top Genealogy Websites: Alabama Genealogy Resources

If you’re researching your family roots in Alabama, I suggest you rely on two online sources—GenealogyBank and FamilySearch—to find digitized newspapers and genealogy records from the “Heart of Dixie.”

Concentrating your Alabama genealogy research on these two websites will give you the documentation you need to learn about your family’s stories—and the specifics of their birth, marriage and death dates.

collage of Alabama genealogy records and newspapers from FamilySearch and GenealogyBank

Credit: FamilySearch and GenealogyBank

You want to focus on the best genealogy websites—the ones that have the information you need to trace your ancestry from Alabama.

GenealogyBank has the most extensive newspaper archive of Alabama newspapers online.

Search Alabama Newspaper Archives (1816 – 1992)

Search Alabama Recent Obituaries (1992 – Current)

FamilySearch has 14 collections of early Alabama records free online.

Search Alabama Census, Probate & Vital Records

Let’s look at the marriage of Joseph A. Gilbert and Margianna Whiddon on 4 August 1859 in Mobile, Alabama.

collage of records about the 1859 wedding of Joseph A. Gilbert and Margianna Whiddon, from FamilySearch and GenealogyBank

Credit: FamilySearch and GenealogyBank

Looking in GenealogyBank’s historical Alabama newspaper archive we find their marriage announced in the Mobile Register (Mobile, Alabama), 11 August 1859, page 2.

The newspaper article tells us:

  • The date of the marriage: 4 August 1859 at 8 p.m.
  • The exact place of the marriage: “the residence of Levi H. Norton”
  • Groom: Joseph A. Gilbert, formerly of Greenville, Butler County, Alabama
  • Bride: Margianna Whiddon, “adopted daughter of the officiating gentleman”

Great genealogical information—we have the who, what, when and where.

Let’s dig deeper and find out exactly who the “officiating gentleman” at the wedding was.

Looking at the Alabama marriage certificates online records on FamilySearch we can easily find the marriage certificate for Joseph Gilbert and Margianna Whiddon.

photo of the 1859 Alabama marriage certificate for Joseph Gilbert and Margianna Whiddon

Credit: FamilySearch

Who performed the wedding?

Looking at the signature of the Justice of the Peace, it appears to be L.H. Hardin or L.H. Nordin.

“L.H. Nordin” —that looks a lot like the Levi H. Norton named in the marriage announcement published in the Mobile Register. Their wedding was performed at his home.

So—we have the “officiating gentleman’s” name from the old newspaper and, although very difficult to read, confirmed again in the signature on the marriage certificate.

The marriage certificate gives us the basic facts given in the newspaper marriage announcement: their names and the date and place of the wedding, plus it tells us who performed the wedding.

The old newspaper announcement adds the important details that the officiator was her adopted father and that Joseph Gilbert was from Greenville, Butler County, Alabama.

By using only the best genealogy resources online we can find the facts we need to document our family and, importantly, the crucial details that fill in the stories of their lives…while focusing our ancestry research and saving time.

Note that this article is part of our ongoing series covering the top genealogy websites. To read the previous articles in this series visit the links below:

Top Genealogy Websites Pt. 1: Google

Top Genealogy Websites Pt. 2: Google Books & Internet Archive

Top Genealogy Websites Pt. 3: Burial & Cemetery Records

1000s of Recent Illinois Obituaries & More Going Online!

GenealogyBank is pleased to announce that obituaries from the newspapers in the following list are being added to our Recent Obituaries Collection. Note that we are adding thousands of recent Illinois obituaries from 58 newspapers so you are more likely to find your recently deceased Illinoisan relatives in GenealogyBank. These new obituaries provide fantastic coverage for the Chicago metro area.

Helen L. Pierce obituary, Landmark newspaper article 15 November 2012

Landmark (Holden, Massachusetts), 15 November 2012

Find and document your family—today.

Anniston Star (Anniston, AL)

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Hunterdon County Democrat: Web Edition Articles (Flemington, NJ)

  • Obituaries:  08/07/2008 – Current

Messenger-Gazette: Web Edition Articles (Somerville, NJ)

  • Obituaries:  01/24/2010 – Current

Midland Daily News (Midland, MI)

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  • Note:  Scattered earlier data also available; missing death notices 10/1/2008 through 7/5/2010

Post and Courier (Charleston, SC)

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The following 58 titles are from the “My Suburban Life” group:

Addison Press (Addison, IL)

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Bartlett Press (Bartlett, IL)

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Batavia Republican (Batavia, IL)

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Bensenville Press (Bensenville, IL)

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Berkeley Suburban Life (Berkeley, IL)

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Berwyn Life (Berwyn, IL)

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Bloomingdale Press (Bloomingdale, IL)

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Broadview Suburban Life (Broadview, IL)

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Brookfield Suburban Life (Brookfield, IL)

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Burr Ridge Suburban Life (Burr Ridge, IL)

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Carol Stream Press (Carol Stream, IL)

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Cicero Life (Cicero, IL)

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Clarendon Hills Suburban Life (Clarendon Hills, IL)

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Countryside Suburban Life (Oak Brook, IL)

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Darien Suburban Life (Darien, IL)

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Downers Grove Reporter, The (Downers Grove, IL)

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Elmhurst Press (Elmhurst, IL)

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Farmside (Huntley, IL)

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Forest View Life (Forest View, IL)

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Geneva Republican (Geneva, IL)

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Glen Ellyn News (Glen Ellyn, IL)

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Glendale Heights Press (Glendale Heights, IL)

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Hanover Park Press (Hanover Park, IL)

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Hillside Suburban Life (Hillside, IL)

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Hinsdale Suburban Life (Hinsdale, IL)

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Hodgkins Suburban Life (Hodgkins, IL)

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Indian Head Park Suburban Life (Indian Head Park, IL)

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Itasca Press (Itasca, IL)

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La Grange Park Suburban Life (La Grange Park, IL)

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Lemont Reporter Metropolitan (Lemont, IL)

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Lisle Reporter (Lisle, IL)

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Lombard Spectator, The (Lombard, IL)

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Lyons Suburban Life (Lyons, IL)

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McCook Suburban Life (McCook, IL)

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Naperville Reporter (Naperville, IL)

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North Riverside Suburban Life (North Riverside, IL)

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Oak Brook Suburban Life (Oak Brook, IL)

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Oakbrook Terrace Press (Oakbrook Terrace, IL)

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Reporter (Bolingbrook, IL)

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Riverside Suburban Life (Riverside, IL)

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Romeoville Reporter (Romeoville, IL)

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Roselle Press (Roselle, IL)

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St. Charles Republican (St. Charles, IL)

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Stickney Life (Stickney, IL)

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Streamwood Press (Streamwood, IL)

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Villa Park Argus, The (Villa Park, IL)

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Warrenville Press (Warrenville, IL)

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Wayne Republican (Wayne, IL)

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West Chicago Press (West Chicago, IL)

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Westchester Suburban Life (Westchester, IL)

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Western Springs Suburban Life (Western Springs, IL)

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Westmont Progress (Westmont, IL)

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Wheaton Leader (Wheaton, IL)

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Willow Springs Suburban Life (Willow Springs, IL)

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Willowbrook Suburban Life (Willowbrook, IL)

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Winfield Press, The (Saint Charles, IL)

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Wood Dale Press (Wood Dale, IL)

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Woodridge Reporter (Woodridge, IL)

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Rosa Parks Statue: Honoring an American Civil Rights Pioneer

When Rosa Parks refused to give up her seat to a white person on an Alabama bus 58 years ago, her act of defiance against racist laws sparked the Montgomery Bus Boycott and accelerated the Civil Rights Movement, forever changing America. In a ceremony Wednesday in Washington, D.C., which was attended by dozens of her relatives, the deceased Civil Rights pioneer was honored by the unveiling of a life-size statue in the nation’s Capitol building.

photo of Civil Rights pioneer Rosa Parks with Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

Civil Rights pioneer Rosa Parks with Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Credit: Wikimedia Commons.

The recent statue unveiling marks an important moment in black history as Rosa Parks is the first African American woman to be honored in the Capitol’s Statuary Hall with a life-sized statue. Many congressional leaders praised her courage and example during Wednesday’s dedication ceremony, including President Obama.

During his remarks, President Obama said: “In a single moment, with the simplest of gestures, she helped change America and change the world.”

Rosa Parks & the Montgomery Bus Boycott

When Rosa Parks refused to give up her bus seat on Dec. 1, 1955, it wasn’t because she was too old or tired. Although her resistance came at the end of another long working day as a seamstress in the Montgomery Fair department store, Parks was only 42 and a strong, healthy woman.

No, what prompted her refusal that day was that Parks had simply had enough of the city’s segregation laws that gave whites more rights than blacks.

Boycott Busses in Montgomery, Alabama, Crusader newspaper article 9 December 1955

Crusader (Rockford, Illinois), 9 December 1955, page 8

News of her arrest for refusing to give up her seat to a white person quickly spread throughout the African American community in Montgomery, and a protest was organized: blacks refused to ride the city’s buses until the segregation laws were changed. A young minister, Martin Luther King, Jr., led the protest and soon rose to prominence in the nation’s Civil Rights Movement.

The Montgomery Bus Boycott lasted 381 days before the segregation laws were finally changed and African Americans once again rode Montgomery’s buses.

3,000+ U.S. Newspaper Archives Just Got More Content!

It is another busy year for the GenealogyBank team as we continue to rapidly grow our online archives to offer you the best U.S. newspaper coverage for your genealogy research. We are pleased to announce that we recently added more back issues and articles to more than 3,000 newspapers from all 50 U.S. states! Now you can enjoy even more content to investigate your family history with our expanded newspaper coverage across the entire United States.

It would be too lengthy to list them all, but here is a partial list of the new newspapers we added, and the expansion to some of our existing titles: over 60 newspapers from 11 states. This gives you just a taste of the rapid growth of GenealogyBank’s online U.S. newspaper archives!

In fact, we are adding more newspapers right now, as we do each and every day to help you do better genealogy research.

Dig in and tell us what you find.

State City Newspaper

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Collection

Alabama Mobile Alabama Staats-Zeitung

02/08/1917–02/08/1917

Newspaper Archives

California Martinez Martinez News-Gazette*

01/06/2009–Current

Recent Obituaries

California San Diego Evening Tribune

9/29/1908–12/31/1914

Newspaper Archives

California San Diego San Diego Union

05/12/1871–07/17/1905

Newspaper Archives

District of Columbia Washington Daily Union

01/02/1846–12/31/1850

Newspaper Archives

District of Columbia Washington Evening Star

3/7/1913–2/9/1921

Newspaper Archives

Illinois Chicago Chicago Crusader*

11/26/2011–Current

Recent Obituaries

Illinois Peoria Journal Star

4/1/1951–3/31/1953

Newspaper Archives

Illinois Springfield Daily Illinois State Journal

1/9/1907–3/23/1913

Newspaper Archives

Illinois Springfield Daily Illinois State Register

4/1/1915–12/3/1922

Newspaper Archives

Indiana Gary Gary Crusader*

12/03/2011–Current

Recent Obituaries

Louisiana Baton Rouge State Times Advocate

3/1/1933–7/30/1975

Newspaper Archives

Louisiana New Orleans Advocate, The: New Orleans Edition*

10/22/2012–Current

Recent Obituaries

Maine Biddeford Justice de Biddeford

09/16/1897–03/02/1950

Newspaper Archives

Maine Sanford Justice de Sanford

04/29/1926–12/06/1928

Newspaper Archives

Maryland Baltimore American and Commercial Daily Advertiser

12/28/1850–06/30/1853

Newspaper Archives

Massachusetts Boston American Traveller*

05/02/1862–10/21/1862

Newspaper Archives

Massachusetts Boston Boston Herald

1/1/1851–12/30/1972

Newspaper Archives

Massachusetts Boston Boston Traveller

10/1/1945–12/31/1951

Newspaper Archives

Massachusetts Boston Boston Traveller*

10/02/1854–03/31/1864

Newspaper Archives

Michigan Ann Arbor Ann Arbor Daily Argus*

11/16/1898–6/24/1907

Newspaper Archives

Michigan Ann Arbor Ann Arbor Daily Times

10/15/1903–5/2/1908

Newspaper Archives

Michigan Ann Arbor Ann Arbor Daily Times*

9/1/1903–12/29/1906

Newspaper Archives

Michigan Ann Arbor Ann Arbor News-Argus*

6/25/1907–5/2/1908

Newspaper Archives

Michigan Ann Arbor Michigan Argus*

10/17/1879–12/27/1907

Newspaper Archives

Michigan Ann Arbor True Democrat*

12/19/1845–3/8/1849

Newspaper Archives

Michigan Ypsilanti Ypsilanti Commercial*

4/17/1869–8/25/1898

Newspaper Archives

New Jersey Collingswood Retrospect, The*

01/06/2012–Current

Recent Obituaries

New Jersey Egg Harbor City Egg Harbor Pilot

10/17/1908–02/20/1915

Newspaper Archives

New Jersey Newark Newark Daily Advertiser

12/28/1864–12/29/1866

Newspaper Archives

New York New York Courrier des Etats-Unis

11/17/1859–01/26/1885

Newspaper Archives

New York New York Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Newspaper

06/04/1870–10/28/1871

Newspaper Archives

New York New York New Yorker Volkszeitung*

01/14/1894–02/27/1898

Newspaper Archives

New York Plattsburgh Burgh, The*

08/05/2011–Current

Recent Obituaries

New York Skaneateles Skaneateles Press*

08/04/2011–Current

Recent Obituaries

North Carolina Greensboro Greensboro Daily News

7/30/1939–2/12/1973

Newspaper Archives

North Carolina Greensboro Greensboro Record

9/13/1946–7/14/1964

Newspaper Archives

Ohio Cincinnati Cincinnati Post

6/17/1885–6/26/1897

Newspaper Archives

Oklahoma Bethany Bethany Tribune*

12/07/2012–Current

Recent Obituaries

Oklahoma Fairland American, The*

10/04/2012–Current

Recent Obituaries

Oklahoma Nowata Nowata Star*

10/03/2012–Current

Recent Obituaries

Oklahoma Perry Perry Daily Journal*

12/04/2012–Current

Recent Obituaries

Oklahoma Vinita Vinita Daily Journal, The*

11/10/2012–Current

Recent Obituaries

Oklahoma Weatherford Weatherford Daily News*

11/27/2012–Current

Recent Obituaries

Pennsylvania Erie Erie Tageblatt

03/07/1899–04/20/1903

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Pennsylvania Harrisburg Unparteyische Harrisburg Morgenroethe Zeitung

02/03/1831–02/03/1831

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Pennsylvania Jeannette Jeannette Spirit, The*

11/15/2012–Current

Recent Obituaries

Pennsylvania Ligonier Ligonier Echo, The*

04/21/2011–Current

Recent Obituaries

Pennsylvania Monroeville North Journal*

04/12/2012–Current

Recent Obituaries

Pennsylvania Monroeville Times Express, The*

04/14/2011–Current

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Pennsylvania Penn Hills Plum Advance Leader*

11/08/2012–Current

Recent Obituaries

Pennsylvania Pittsburgh Druid

01/15/1929–03/01/1929

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Pennsylvania Pittsburgh National Labor Tribune

01/11/1941–08/18/1945

Newspaper Archives

Pennsylvania Scottdale Independent-Observer, The*

04/21/2011–Current

Recent Obituaries

Pennsylvania South Hills South Hills Record*

11/07/2012–Current

Recent Obituaries

South Carolina Charleston Charleston News and Courier

2/21/1895–4/13/1910

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South Carolina Charleston Evening Post

5/26/1899–6/20/1922

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Tennessee Spring Hill Advertiser News, The*

05/14/2007–Current

Recent Obituaries

Texas Jasper Jasper Newsboy, The*

12/28/2005–Current

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Virginia Richmond Richmond Times Dispatch

6/11/1944–9/15/1986

Newspaper Archives

Washington Ocean Shores North Coast News, The*

03/24/2009–03/23/2012

Recent Obituaries

Wisconsin Milwaukee Wahrheit

12/22/1906–06/25/1910

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GenealogyBank Updates Obituaries All Day Every Day

Every day GenealogyBank updates the obituaries from over 2,900 newspapers across the United States. Here are just some of the newspapers we are adding in the next two weeks.

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Birmingham News: Web Edition Articles (Birmingham, AL)

  • Obituaries:  08/25/2012 – Current

Huntsville Times: Web Edition Articles (Huntsville, AL)

  • Obituaries:  09/30/2012 – Current

Press-Register: Web Edition Articles (Mobile, AL)

  • Obituaries:  10/01/2012 – Current

Moscow-Pullman Daily News (Moscow, ID)

  • Obituaries:  01/09/1998 – Current

New Hampton Tribune (New Hampton, IA)

  • Obituaries: 3/31/2008 – 10/5/2009

Times-Picayune: Web Edition Articles (New Orleans, LA)

  • Obituaries:  08/11/2012 – Current

Sun Chronicle (Attleboro, MA)

  • Obituaries: 12/7/2006 – 10/11/2009

mlive.com: Blogs (MI)

  • Obituaries:  08/05/2007 – Current

Wyoming County Press Examiner (Wyoming County, PA)

  • Obituaries: 4/3/2002 – 1/19/2011

Monthly Update: GenealogyBank Just Added 24 Million More Records!

Every day, GenealogyBank is working hard to digitize more newspapers and obituaries, expanding our collection to give you the largest newspaper archives for family history research available online. We just completed adding 24 million more U.S. genealogy records, vastly increasing our content coverage from coast to coast!

Here are some of the details about our most recent U.S. newspaper additions (we actually added new content to thousands of newspaper titles, but the following is a representative sample):

  • A total of 152 newspaper titles from 42 U.S. states and the District of Columbia
  • Newspaper titles marked with an asterisk (*) are new to our online archive
  • We’ve shown the newspaper issue date ranges so that you can determine if the newly added content is relevant to your personal genealogy research

If a recent addition to our archive interests you, simply click on that newspaper’s title: it is an active link leading to that paper’s search form on GenealogyBank.

State City Title Date Range

Collection

Alabama Mobile Mobile Register 11/19/1862–12/02/1869

Historical Newspapers

Arkansas Little Rock Arkansas Gazette 11/30/1882–10/20/1899

Historical Newspapers

Arkansas Little Rock Arkansas State Press 06/25/1943–10/04/1957

Historical Newspapers

California Riverside Press and Horticulturist* 1/31/1880–8/26/1902

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California Riverside Riverside Daily Press 06/10/1886–12/30/1922

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California Riverside Riverside Independent Enterprise 03/03/1891–12/31/1922

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California San Diego Evening Tribune 12/04/1895–12/30/1922

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California San Diego San Diego Union 7/1/1898–11/26/1983

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California San Francisco San Francisco Abend Post 11/02/1871–08/14/1873

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Colorado Colorado Springs Colorado Springs Gazette 10/11/1915–10/11/1915

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Connecticut Norwich Norwich Aurora 08/11/1866–08/11/1866

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Delaware Wilmington Advance* 09/22/1900–09/22/1900

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District of Columbia Washington Washington Bee 12/26/1885–11/23/1889

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District of Columbia Washington Evening Star 3/2/1857–10/15/1880

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Florida Tampa Tampa Tribune 01/02/1895–12/29/1922

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Georgia Augusta Augusta Chronicle 08/16/1794–01/04/1860

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Georgia Marietta Marietta Journal 04/07/1892–03/02/1922

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Georgia Savannah Georgian* 06/12/1823–11/24/1830

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Idaho Idaho Falls Idaho Falls Times 6/9/1892–6/9/1892

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Illinois Chicago Broad Axe 09/21/1901–02/20/1904

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Illinois East Moline Common Bond 03/16/1978–10/12/1978

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Illinois Highland Highland Union 01/24/1873–09/09/1910

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Illinois Rockford Crusader 10/07/1955–03/03/1971

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Illinois Rockford Daily Register 01/06/1873–01/30/1891

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Illinois Rockford Daily Register-Gazette 1/31/1891–6/27/1930

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Illinois Rockford Morning Star 3/20/1888–1/1/1979

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Illinois Rockford Register Star 12/2/1979–7/27/1992

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Illinois Rockford Register-Republic 6/11/1948–9/20/1963

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Illinois Rockford Rockford Weekly Register-Gazette* 5/5/1866–5/13/1871

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Illinois Springfield Daily Illinois State Journal 1/26/1872–12/31/1922

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Illinois Springfield Daily Illinois State Register 4/25/1849–6/30/1908

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Indiana Indianapolis Freeman 02/09/1889–02/09/1889

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Indiana Indianapolis Recorder 01/27/1900–01/27/1900

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Kansas Coffeyville Vindicator 11/10/1905–11/10/1905

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Kansas Kansas City American Citizen 08/31/1900–08/31/1900

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Kansas Kansas City Kansas Elevator 03/25/1916–09/02/1916

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Kansas Lawrence For Our People* 09/08/1971–09/08/1971

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Kansas Salina Salina Enterprise 12/24/1908–01/28/1909

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Kansas Topeka Herald of Kansas 01/30/1880–01/30/1880

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Kansas Topeka Kansas State Tribune* 10/06/1881–10/06/1881

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Kansas Weir City Weir City Eagle 03/16/1900–03/16/1900

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Kansas Wichita Kansas Weekly Journal 02/05/1981–02/05/1981

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Kansas Wichita Wichita Times 08/24/1972–11/20/1975

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Kentucky Frankfort Frankfort Argus 11/16/1831–11/16/1831

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Louisiana Baton Rouge Daily Advocate 1/2/1854–10/31/1906

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Louisiana Baton Rouge Daily State 08/01/1906–07/16/1910

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Louisiana Baton Rouge State Times Advocate 1/1/1909–2/28/1967

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Louisiana Baton Rouge Weekly Advocate 12/24/1845–10/31/1903

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Louisiana New Orleans Courrier de la Louisiane 10/15/1823–01/05/1824

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Louisiana New Orleans New Orleans Tribune 04/11/1865–04/11/1865

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Louisiana New Orleans Times-Picayune 02/18/1906–02/18/1906

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Louisiana New Orleans Weekly Pelican 11/26/1887–11/26/1887

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Maryland Baltimore Afro-American 12/14/1895–12/14/1895

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Maine Hallowell Maine Cultivator and Hallowell Gazette 09/25/1841–09/03/1842

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Maryland Bel Air National American 09/05/1856–08/10/1866

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Massachusetts Boston Boston Herald 7/2/1855–10/31/1932

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Massachusetts Boston Boston Post 04/29/1861–02/14/1870

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Massachusetts Nantucket Nantucket Inquirer 11/07/1838–11/28/1840

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Massachusetts New Bedford New-Bedford Mercury 10/26/1866–04/23/1869

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Massachusetts New Bedford Whaleman’s Shipping List and Merchants’ Transcript* 05/16/1843–10/23/1849

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Massachusetts Newburyport Newburyport Herald 05/31/1836–05/31/1836

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Massachusetts Quincy Patriot Ledger* 7/2/1917–12/29/1922

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Massachusetts Springfield Springfield Republican 01/01/1911–12/31/1922

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Massachusetts Springfield Springfield Union 1/4/1864–12/18/1987

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Massachusetts Worcester Massachusetts Spy 10/21/1870–12/29/1876

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Massachusetts Worcester National Aegis 12/13/1862–12/13/1862

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Michigan Adrian Daily Telegram 2/1/1904–12/22/1913

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Michigan Bay City Bay City Times 01/02/1889–12/30/1922

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Michigan Detroit Plaindealer* 01/13/1893–05/19/1893

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Michigan Jackson Jackson Citizen Patriot 07/11/1882–03/17/1902

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Michigan Sault Ste. Marie Evening News* 6/8/1907–12/28/1921

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Missouri Kansas City Rising Son 11/18/1904–08/09/1906

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Missouri Sedalia Sedalia Times 05/09/1903–05/09/1903

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Missouri St. Louis Missouri Gazette and Public Advertiser 10/5/1808–3/27/1813

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Montana Helena Helena Weekly Herald* 12/06/1866–11/25/1869

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Nebraska Omaha Omaha World Herald 11/16/1887–12/30/1941

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New Hampshire Dover Sun 10/26/1796–9/10/1808

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New Hampshire Portsmouth New-Hampshire Gazette 4/6/1847–4/6/1847

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New Hampshire Portsmouth Portsmouth Journal of Literature and Politics 05/14/1864–05/27/1876

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New Jersey Newark New Jersey Deutsche Zeitung 04/26/1880–10/14/1889

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New Jersey Trenton Sentinel 06/17/1882–11/13/1882

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New Jersey Trenton Trenton Evening Times 01/10/1884–08/20/1891

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New York Albany Albany Argus 11/21/1872–11/29/1886

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New York Auburn Auburn Journal and Advertiser 02/14/1840–07/12/1843

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New York Auburn Cayuga Republican* 03/31/1819–01/16/1833

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New York New York Commercial Advertiser 03/04/1861–03/04/1861

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New York New York Evening Post* 01/02/1823–12/31/1823

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New York New York New York Age 08/30/1890–03/07/1891

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New York New York New York Freeman 04/24/1886–01/29/1887

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New York Schenectady Cabinet* 01/20/1824–12/26/1854

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New York Utica Columbian Gazette 1/7/1805–2/28/1815

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North Carolina Greensboro Greensboro Daily News 6/1/1906–9/30/1906

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North Carolina Greensboro Greensboro Record 1/16/1923–6/30/1930

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North Carolina Hillsborough Hillsborough Recorder* 03/10/1824–05/10/1865

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North Carolina Winston-Salem Winston-Salem Journal 08/30/1898–09/30/1921

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Ohio Canton Canton Repository* 7/3/1884–12/28/1905

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Ohio Canton Repository 1/31/1898–5/19/1925

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Ohio Cleveland Cleveland Gazette 05/09/1885–11/25/1944

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Ohio Cleveland Plain Dealer 12/28/1883–03/24/1912

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Ohio Wooster Wooster Republican 08/06/1857–08/06/1857

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Oklahoma Langston Langston City Herald 04/30/1892–04/30/1892

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Oklahoma Oklahoma City Guide 03/30/1899–09/19/1901

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Oregon Portland Oregonian 09/15/1907–09/15/1907

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Pennsylvania Harrisburg Patriot 12/08/1903–12/29/1922

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Pennsylvania Philadelphia Illustrated New Age 6/25/1864–6/25/1864

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Pennsylvania Washington Washington Reporter 08/23/1848–12/20/1876

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Pennsylvania Washington Washington Review and Examiner 06/28/1823–06/28/1823

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Rhode Island Newport Newport Mercury 08/24/1872–12/07/1872

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Rhode Island Providence Providence Evening Press 09/19/1872–12/24/1872

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South Carolina Charleston Charleston Courier 01/01/1833–11/27/1858

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Texas Austin Austin City Gazette 08/25/1841–08/25/1841

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Texas Clarksville Standard 1/8/1852–10/2/1852

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Texas Dallas Dallas Morning News 4/5/1984–9/19/1984

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Utah Salt Lake City Salt Lake Telegram 08/12/1902–11/20/1914

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Vermont St. Albans St. Albans Daily Messenger 10/25/1872–10/07/1922

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Vermont St. Albans St. Albans Messenger 08/29/1918–08/29/1918

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Vermont Windsor Vermont Republican 03/05/1821–07/23/1821

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Virginia Alexandria Alexandria Gazette 02/03/1873–12/31/1875

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Virginia Norfolk Norfolk Gazette and Publick Ledger 11/09/1808–06/09/1813

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Virginia Richmond Enquirer 12/09/1873–08/22/1876

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Virginia Richmond Richmond Times Dispatch 1/27/1903–2/28/1943

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Virginia Richmond Richmond Whig 11/13/1840–09/05/1856

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Alaska Nome Nome Nugget, The* 01/06/2011–Current

Newspaper Obituaries

Arkansas Farmington Washington County Enterprise-Leader* 02/15/2012–Current

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Arkansas Gravette Westside Eagle Observer* 02/15/2012–Current

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Arkansas Pea Ridge Times of Northeast Benton County, The* 02/15/2012–Current

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California Cupertino La Voz Weekly: De Anza College* 05/15/2000–Current

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Florida Lakeland Ledger, The: Blogs* 07/17/2007–Current

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Georgia Woodstock Cherokee Ledger-News, The* 08/18/2010–Current

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Massachusetts Jamaica Plain Mission Hill Gazette* 01/16/2009–Current

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Michigan Detroit Detroit News, The: Web Edition Articles* 11/17/2011–Current

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Mississippi Oxford Oxford Eagle, The* 02/09/2012–Current

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Missouri Noel, Lanagan McDonald County Press, The* 11/12/2009–Current

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National National Christian Science Monitor, The* 05/07/1987–Current

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North Carolina Mount Olive Mount Olive Tribune* 10/06/2011–Current

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North Dakota Beulah Beulah Beacon* 01/06/2011–Current

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North Dakota Center Center Republican* 01/27/2011–Current

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North Dakota Garrison McLean County Independent* 01/06/2011–Current

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North Dakota Hazen Hazen Star* 01/06/2011–Current

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North Dakota McClusky McClusky Gazette* 01/06/2011–Current

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North Dakota New Town New Town News* 01/07/2011–Current

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North Dakota Parshall Mountrail County Record* 01/07/2011–Current

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North Dakota Turtle Lake McLean County Journal* 01/06/2011–Current

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North Dakota Underwood Underwood News* 01/06/2011–Current

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North Dakota Velva Velva Area Voice* 01/20/2011–Current

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North Dakota Washburn Leader-News, The* 01/06/2011–Current

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Ohio Bluffton Bluffton News* 12/30/2010–Current

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Ohio North Baltimore North Baltimore News* 08/25/2011–Current

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Tennessee Chattanooga Chattanooga Times Free Press* 04/01/2011–Current

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Texas Irving Irving Rambler, The* 07/02/2011–Current

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Wisconsin Brookfield Brookfield-Elm Grove NOW: Blogs* 01/14/2010–Current

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Wisconsin Hartland Living Lake Country: Blogs* 01/10/2011–Current

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GenealogyBank Adds 22 Million Newspaper Records in March!

Every day, GenealogyBank is working hard to digitize more newspapers and obituaries, expanding our online collection to give you the largest newspaper archives for family history research available anywhere.

Here are some details about our most recent additions to our website (we actually added new content to thousands of titles, but the following is a representative sample):

  • A total of 85 titles from 29 states plus the District of Columbia
  • Titles marked with an asterisk (*) are obituaries only and are new to our archive
  • Those marked with a plus sign (+) are historical newspapers new to our archive
  • We’ve shown the date ranges so that you can determine if the new content is relevant to your personal research

If a recent addition to our online archive interests you, simply click on that newspaper’s title: it is an active link leading to that paper’s search form.

State Abbr Title City Start Date End Date
AL Mobile Register Mobile 1862 1870
AR Arkansas Gazette Little Rock 1823 1900
CA Free Angela San Francisco 1971 1971
CA San Diego Union San Diego 1937 1983
CT Connecticut Courant Hartford 1843 1843
CT Litchfield Republican Litchfield 1851 1851
CT American Mercury Hartford 1831 1831
CT Norwich Aurora Norwich 1858 1872
CT Columbian Register New Haven 1836 1875
CT Times Hartford 1834 1840
DC United States Telegraph Washington 1827 1829
FL Hometown News* Fort Pierce 2006 Current
GA Daily Constitutionalist Augusta 1862 1862
GA Marietta Journal Marietta 1987 1989
IA Globe Gazette* Mason City 2012 Current
IA Mitchell County Press-News* Osage 2005 Current
IA Forest City Summit* Forest City 2003 Current
IL Common Bond East Moline 1974 1978
IL Crusader Rockford 1952 1971
IL Illinois State Register Springfield 1844 1844
KS Wichita Times Wichita 1975 1975
KY Frankfort Argus* Frankfort 1822 1834
KY Palladium Frankfort 1807 1807
LA Times-Picayune New Orleans 1852 1907
LA Courrier de la Louisiane New Orleans 1821 1822
MA Weekly Messenger Boston 1829 1829
MA Hampshire Gazette Northampton 1840 1840
MA Massachusetts Spy Worcester 1866 1875
MA Salem Register Salem 1850 1871
MA Boston Courier Boston 1845 1855
MD Advocate of Hampstead and Manchester, The* Hampstead, Manchester 2011 Current
MD Baltimore American Baltimore 1904 1904
MD Political Intelligencer Fredericktown 1819 1819
ME Portland Advertiser Portland 1829 1833
MN Broad Axe St. Paul 1891 1891
NC Durham News, The* Durham 2011 Current
NC Southwest Wake News* Apex, Holly Springs 2011 Current
NC Garner-Cleveland Record* Garner, Cleveland 2011 Current
NC Midtown Raleigh News* Raleigh 2011 Current
NC Charlotte Observer Charlotte 1901 1901
NC North Raleigh News* Raleigh 2006 Current
NC Clayton News-Star, The* Clayton 2011 Current
NE Omaha World Herald Omaha 1980 1980
NE Plattsmouth Journal, The* Plattsmouth 2007 Current
NH Portsmouth Journal of Literature and Politics Portsmouth 1869 1872
NH Dartmouth Gazette Hanover 1801 1804
NJ Genius of Liberty Morristown 1798 1808
NV Elko Daily Free Press* Elko 2003 Current
NY Gold Coast Gazette* Glen Cove 2010 Current
NY Cabinet Schenectady 1813 1814
NY Commercial Advertiser New York 1836 1836
NY Waterford Gazette Waterford 1802 1802
NY New York Herald New York 1875 1876
NY Plattsburgh Republican Plattsburgh 1845 1850
NY New-York Morning Post New York 1787 1788
NY Ontario Messenger Canandaigua 1812 1812
NY Geneva Gazette Geneva 1815 1815
NY Spectator New York 1819 1819
NY Albany Argus Albany 1830 1872
PA State Journal Harrisburg 1884 1884
PA Public Ledger Philadelphia 1867 1867
PA National Gazette Philadelphia 1832 1841
PA Valley Advantage, The* Olyphant 2006 Current
PA Pennsylvania Journal* Philadelphia 1749 1791
PA Harrisburg Republican Harrisburg 1817 1817
PA Patriot Harrisburg 1890 1916
PA Washington Reporter Washington 1853 1872
RI Providence Evening Press Providence 1862 1871
SC Charleston Courier Charleston 1822 1870
SC Charleston News and Courier Charleston 1822 1870
SC Southern Chronicle Camden 1824 1824
SD Collegian, The* Brookings 2002 Current
TX Rancher, The* Sugar Land 2011 Current
TX Dallas Morning News Dallas 1984 1984
VA Virginia Patriot Richmond 1814 1814
VA Richmond Whig Richmond 1835 1870
VA Richmond Examiner Richmond 1862 1863
VA Richmond Times Dispatch Richmond 1930 1930
VA Alexandria Gazette Alexandria 1870 1873
VT Vermont Republican Windsor 1822 1822
VT North Star Danville 1831 1862
VT Vermont Phoenix Brattleboro 1834 1866
VT Vermont Journal Windsor 1821 1823
VT Vermont Centinel Burlington 1825 1825
VT Brattleboro Messenger Brattleboro 1825 1833

Click here to see our list of newspapers by state.