GenealogyBank is rapidly growing. In fact we add newspaper articles from all 50 states every single day, 365 days a year. It can be hard to keep up with all the newspaper additions that are going online. Here are just some of the announcements we recently made.
Rockford Register Star (Rockford, Illinois)
We announced that GenealogyBank has added more back issues of the Rockford Register Star, spanning the years 1991-1996.
Read the original announcement about this newspaper’s back issues being added to our archives on Facebook: More Back Issues of the Rockford Register Star Put Online.
With this addition we now have over 20 million articles from the Rockford Register Star, covering the years 1979-2007. That’s a lot of newspaper articles to help you document your family history in the “Land of Lincoln.
Search the Rockford Register Star.
Richmond Times Dispatch (Richmond, Virginia)
GenealogyBank has added more back issues of the Richmond Times Dispatch, spanning the years 1970-1986. With this addition we now have over 22.6 million articles from the Richmond Times Dispatch, covering the years 1903-1986. That’s a lot of information to help you document your family history in the “Old Dominion.”
Read the announcement about this recent archive expansion on Facebook: More Back Issues of the Richmond Times Dispatch Put Online.
Start researching your VA genealogy now! Search the Richmond Times Dispatch.
Boston Traveler (Boston, Massachusetts)
GenealogyBank has added another 1,094 back issues of the Boston Traveler to its online newspaper archives—that’s over 44,000 pages of newspaper articles, spanning the years 1949-1965.
Read about the addition of this popular historical Boston newspaper to our archives on Facebook: 1,094 Boston Traveler Newspaper Back Issues Put Online.
Dig into these newspaper back issues to document your family history in “The Bay State” from 1954-1967. Search the Boston Traveler.
GenealogyBank is adding more historical and recent newspapers from many U.S. cities at an astonishing pace, dating from the 18th century to today, to help you explore your family tree.