GenealogyBank adds 126 more newspapers!

Over the last few days we announced that 53 newspapers were added to GenealogyBank. Today we are announcing 73 additional newspapers.

Wow.

That’s 126 newspapers added so far this month – and it’s not over yet!!!

You can expect even more newspapers to be added in the days ahead!!!

It’s a great day for genealogy!

Kern Valley Sun (Lake Isabella, CA): 10/02/2009 – Current
Ag Journal (La Junta, CO): 10/10/2009 – Current
Akron News-Reporter (Akron, CO): 10/02/2009 – Current
Burlington Record (Burlington, CO): 10/02/2009 – Current
Daily Record, The (Cañon City, CO): 10/02/2009 – Current
Estes Park Trail-Gazette (Estes Park, CO): 10/02/2009 – Current
Fowler Tribune (Fowler, CO): 10/21/2009 – Current
Julesburg Advocate (Julesburg, CO): 10/05/2009 – Current
Cheshire Herald, The (Cheshire, CT): 10/08/2009 – Current
Newtown Bee, The (Newtown, CT): 10/02/2009 – Current
Weston Forum, The (Weston, CT): 10/02/2009 – Current
Wilton Bulletin, The (Wilton, CT): 10/02/2009 – Current
Chatsworth Times (Chatsworth, GA): 11/18/2009 – Current
Bureau County Republican (Princeton, IL): 10/02/2009 – Current
Carmi Times (Carmi, IL): 10/02/2009 – Current
Chillicothe Times-Bulletin (Chillicothe, IL): 10/29/2009 – Current
Daily Ledger (Canton, IL): 10/02/2009 – Current
Daily Review Atlas (Monmouth, IL): 10/02/2009 – Current
Du Quoin Evening Call (Du Quoin, IL): 10/02/2009 – Current
East Peoria Times-Courier (Peoria, IL): 10/03/2009 – Current
Geneseo Republic (Geneseo, IL): 10/02/2009 – Current
Morton Times-News (Morton, IL): 10/06/2009 – Current
Murphysboro American (Murphysboro, IL): 10/02/2009 – Current
Newton Press Mentor (Newton, IL): 10/02/2009 – Current
Ogle County Newspapers (Oregon, IL): 10/04/2009 – Current
Olney Daily Mail (Olney, IL): 10/02/2009 – Current
Orion Gazette (Orion, IL): 10/20/2009 – Current
Pekin Daily Times (Pekin, IL): 10/02/2009 – Current
Star-Courier (Kewanee, IL): 10/02/2009 – Current
Washington Times-Reporter (Washington, IL): 10/02/2009 – Current
Kokomo Tribune (Kokomo, IN): 10/02/2009 – Current
La Porte County Herald-Argus, The (La Porte, IN): 10/02/2009 – Current
Rushville Republican (Rushville, IN): 10/02/2009 – Current
Tribune-Star, The (Terre Haute, IN): 10/02/2009 – Current
McCreary County Record (Whitley City, KY): 10/03/2009 – Current
Messenger, The (Madisonville, KY): 10/02/2009 – Current
Traverse City Record-Eagle (Traverse City, MI: 10/04/2009 – Current
White Lake Beacon (Whitehall, MI): 10/13/2009 – Current
Chanhassen Villager (Chanhassen, MN): 10/02/2009 – Current
Chaska Herald (Chaska, MN): 10/02/2009 – Current
Eden Prairie News (Eden Prairie, MN): 10/02/2009 – Current
Hutchinson Leader (Hutchinson, MN): 10/02/2009 – Current
Litchfield Independent Review (Litchfield, MN): 10/02/2009 – Current
Savage Pacer (Savage, MN): 10/02/2009 – Current
Aurora Advertiser (Aurora, MO): 10/02/2009 – Current
Carthage Press, The (Carthage, MO): 10/02/2009 – Current
Examiner, The (Independence – Blues Springs – Grain Valley, MO): 10/02/2009 – Current
Lake Sun Leader (Camdenton, MO): 10/02/2009 – Current
Linn County Leader (Brookfield, MO): 10/02/2009 – Current
Maryville Daily Forum, The (Maryville, MO): 10/02/2009 – Current
Mexico Ledger (Mexico, MO): 10/02/2009 – Current
Moberly Monitor-Index and Democrat (Moberly, MO): 10/02/2009 – Current
Neosho Daily News (Neosho, MO): 10/02/2009 – Current
People’s Tribune, The (Bowling Green, MO): 10/06/2009 – Current
Rolla Daily News (Rolla, MO): 10/02/2009 – Current
Bolivar Commercial, The (Cleveland, MS): 10/02/2009 – Current
Choctaw Plaindealer (Ackerman, MS): 10/02/2009 – Current
Enterprise-Journal (McComb, MS): 10/25/2009 – Current
Star Herald, The (Kosciusko, MS): 10/03/2009 – Current
Webster Progress-Times (Eupora, MS): 10/02/2009 – Current
Billings Gazette, The (Billings, MT): 10/02/2009 – Current
Missoulian (Missoula, MT): 10/02/2009 – Current
Sidney Herald (Sidney, MT): 10/02/2009 – Current
Apex Herald, The (Apex, NC): 10/02/2009 – Current
Bladen Journal (Elizabethtown, NC): 10/02/2009 – Current
Blowing Rocket, The (Blowing Rock, NC): 10/02/2009 – Current
Daily Herald (Roanoke Rapids, NC): 10/02/2009 – Current
Goochland Gazette, The (Goochland, VA): 10/06/2009 – Current
Mechanicsville Local (Mechanicsville, VA): 10/02/2009 – Current
News-Gazette, The (Lexington, VA): 10/02/2009 – Current
Virginia Lawyers Weekly (, VA): 10/05/2009 – Current
Winchester Star, The (Winchester, VA): 10/02/2009 – Current
Kitsap Sun (Bremerton, WA): 10/03/2009 – Current

GenealogyBank adds 28 more newspapers

Last Friday we told you that we’d added 25 more newspapers – today we’re announcing another 28 newspapers from 13 States have been added to GenealogyBank.

Wow. This has been a great month – and it’s not over yet.
You can expect even more newspapers to be added in the days ahead.

It’s a great day for genealogy!

Gurdon Times (Prescott, AR): 10/02/2009 – Current
Nevada County Picayune (Prescott, AR): 10/02/2009 – Current
Navajo Times (Window Rock, AZ): 10/16/2009 – Current
Gridley Herald, The (Gridley, CA): 10/02/2009 – Current
Inyo Register (Bishop, CA): 10/02/2009 – Current
Thomaston Times, The (Thomaston, GA): 10/02/2009 – Current
New Hampton Tribune (New Hampton, IA): 10/02/2009 – Current
Pella Chronicle (Pella, IA): 10/04/2009 – Current
Batesville Herald-Tribune (Batesville, IN): 10/02/2009 – Current
Bremen Enquirer (Bremen, IN): 10/07/2009 – Current
Pharos-Tribune (Logansport, IN): 10/02/2009 – Current
Post & Mail, The (Columbia City, IN): 10/07/2009 – Current
Zionsville Times Sentinel, The (Zionsville, IN): 10/02/2009 – Current
Grayson County News Gazette (Leitchfield, KY): 10/02/2009 – Current
Hazard Herald, The (Hazard, KY): 10/02/2009 – Current
Morehead News (Morehead, KY): 10/02/2009 – Current
Wayne County Outlook (Monticello, KY): 10/04/2009 – Current
Daily News, The (Bogalusa, LA): 10/03/2009 – Current
Kent County News (Chestertown, MD): 10/26/2009 – Current
Cheboygan Daily Tribune (Cheboygan, MI): 10/02/2009 – Current
Daily Telegram, The (Adrian, MI): 10/02/2009 – Current
Evening News, The (Sault Ste. Marie, MI): 10/02/2009 – Current
Sturgis Journal (Sturgis, MI): 10/02/2009 – Current
Amityville Record (Amityville, NY): 10/07/2009 – Current
Babylon Beacon (Babylon, NY): 10/14/2009 – Current
Massapequa Post (Massapequa Park, NY): 10/03/2009 – Current
Times, The (Pawtucket, RI): 10/07/2009 – Current
Star-Tribune (Casper, WY): 10/02/2009 – Current

GenealogyBank adds more newspapers – now over 4,000 titles

GenealogyBank adds 25 more newspapers – now has over 4,000 newspapers from 1690 to Today.

GenealogyBank added 35 Million books, documents, genealogical records and articles this month.

Wow what a way to end the year.

Mat-Su Valley Frontiersman (Wasilla, AK). 10/06/2009 – Current

Arizona Range News, The (Wilcox, AZ).
10/02/2009 – Current
Eastern Arizona Courier (Safford, AZ). 10/05/2009 – Current
Green Valley News & Sun (Green Valley, AZ). 10/02/2009 – Current
Nogales International (Nogales, AZ). 10/02/2009 – Current
Sierra Vista Herald (Sierra Vista, AZ). 10/02/2009 – Current
Wickenburg Sun, The (Wickenburg, AZ). 10/05/2009 – Current


Half Moon Bay Review (Half Moon Bay, CA). 10/02/2009 – Current

Sioux City Journal (Sioux City, IA). 10/02/2009 – Current

Greensburg Daily News (Greensburg, IN). 10/02/2009 – Current

El Dorado Times, The (El Dorado, KS). 10/02/2009 – Current
Garden City Telegram, The (Garden City, KS). 10/02/2009 – Current
Leavenworth Times, The (Leavenworth, KS). 10/02/2009 – Current

Floyd County Times, The (Prestonsburg, KY). 10/02/2009 – Current
Sentinel Echo, The (London, KY). 10/02/2009 – Current

Daily Iberian, The (New Iberia, LA). 10/02/2009 – Current
L’Observateur (La Place, LA). 10/03/2009 – Current

Sun-Journal (Lewiston, ME). 10/02/2009 – Current

Free Press, The (Mankato, MN). 10/02/2009 – Current
Jordan Independent (Jordan, MN). 10/02/2009 – Current
Prior Lake American (Prior Lake, MN). 10/02/2009 – Current
Shakopee Valley News (Shakopee, MN). 10/02/2009 – Current

Emery County Progress (Castle Dale, UT). 10/02/2009 – Current
Sun Advocate (Price, UT). 10/02/2009 – Current
Vernal Express, The (Vernal, UT). 10/02/2009 – Current

GenealogyBank adds and expands 25 newspapers in 17 states.

GenealogyBank adds and expands 25 newspapers in 17 states.

AK. Juneau.
Daily Record-Miner
1 issue. 10/8/1903

CO. Colorado Springs
Gazette-Telegraph. 12 issues. 5/24/1903 to 3/11/1920

CT. Middletown
Constitution. 37 issues. 1878-01-01 to 1878-12-03

CT. New London
New London Gazette. 146 issues. 1828-01-07 to 1835-12-30

KY. Louisville
Western Courier*. 148issues 1813-11-16 to 1816-09-26

LA. New Orleans
Times Picayune. 246 issues. 1861-05-15 to 1894-09-04

MD. Baltimore
Baltimore American. 12 issues. 6/27/1905 to 8/12/1911
MD. Baltimore
Federal Republican. 232 issues. 1811-03-19 to 1812-06-18

NC. Henderson
Daily Dispatch. 4/10/2002 to Present

NE. Nebraska City
Daily Nebraska Press. 2 issues. 1875-04-12 to 1875-08-23

NJ. Cranford
Chranford Chronicle. 6/9/2005 to Present

NJ. Somerville

Chronicle. 6/11/2005 to 3/3/2007
NJ. Somerville
Reporter. 6/9/2005 to Present

NJ. Summit
Independent Press. 8/2/2006 to Present
NJ. Trenton
Trenton State Gazette. 303 issues. 1849-01-01 to 1849-12-31

NY. New York
New York Herald. 206 issues. 1874-04-25 to 1883-12-17

OH. Cincinnati
Cincinnati Volksfreund*. 813 issues. 1863-02-18 to 12/28/1904

OH. Cleveland
Plain-Dealer. 307 issues. 1/15/1914 to 9/27/1922

OR. Portland
Oregonian. 1920 issues. 1867-04-22 to 3/10/1907

PA. Philadelphia
Aurora General Advertiser. 12 issues. 1797-03-01 to 1797-10-18

RI. Pawtucket
Pawtucket Times. 1 issue. 3/18/1920

SC. Charleston
City Gazette. 512 issues. 1823-01-01 to 1825-12-31

SD. Pierre
Capital Journal. 12/11/2007 to Present

UT. Salt Lake City
Salt Lake Telegram. 1 issue. 3/28/1919
UT. Salt Lake City
Salt Lake Tribune. 1 issue. 1893-03-02

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32 Million immigrants will see their record status changed to permanent in Wednesday Signing Ceremony

Signing Ceremony Permits 32 Million Alien Files to Become Permanent Records at the National Archives – A Genealogy Goldmine.

Adrienne Thomas, Acting Archivist of the United States and Gregory Smith, Associate Director, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services will hold a joint signing ceremony between the National Archives and the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services at the National Archives 11:30 am, Wednesday, June 3, 2009.

Their actions will designate as permanent the immigration files created on the millions of aliens residing in the United States in 1944, as well as those arriving since then. These Alien Case Files (commonly referred to as A-Files) document the famous, the infamous, the anonymous and the well-known, and are an historical and genealogical goldmine.

The new agreement authorizes the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services/Department of Homeland Security to send A-files to the National Archives when 100 years have passed since the birthdate of the subject of a file. The National Archives expects to receive the first transfer of A-files later this year, and will store the files at National Archives facilities in San Francisco and Kansas City. Researchers will be able to access the files at these two sites, or request copies of files. An index will be available to support research use.

The A-files are a key to unlocking the fascinating stories of millions of people who traveled to the United States in search of opportunity. They include information such as photographs, personal correspondence, birth certificates, health records, interview transcripts, visas, applications and other information on all non-naturalized alien residents, both legal and illegal. The files are of particular interest to the Asian American community because many A-files supplement information in Chinese Exclusion Act era case files (1882-1943) that are already housed at the National Archives.

The signing ceremony is an important first step in the preservation of the 32 million records that were originally scheduled for disposal. At the ceremony, the National Archives will have samples of the alien registration form that was used to create the A-files. The form requests detailed information revealing valuable material for researchers and family historians, such as the alien’s current name, the name that he or she used when entering the country, marital status, occupation, name and address of employer, height, weight, and date and place of birth.
The signing will take place at 11:30 am in Room 105, National Archives Building; 700 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW, Washington, DC 20408.

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Photo: The confluence of the Concord and the Merrimack Rivers in Lowell, Massachusetts. Photo by Britt Stock, U.S. Geological Survey. (Photo courtesy, USGS.Gov)

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Genealogist Obituaries – genealogists in 10 states pass away

Genealogists in 10 States pass away.
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Allred, LaRue Winn. (1923-2009)
Standard-Examiner (Ogden, UT) – May 7, 2009

Alloway, Frances Patricia. (1917-2009)
Indianapolis Star (IN) – May 7, 2009

Baker, Rosaline Tilley. (1930-2009)
Dallas Morning News (TX) – May 7, 2009

Barnes, Major Arch Dalrymple. (1921-2009)
Dallas Morning News (TX) – May 7, 2009

Bradford, Jimmie E. (1925-2009)
Dallas Morning News (TX) – May 8, 2009

Gigas, Marguerite M. (1920-2009)
Concord Monitor (NH) – May 7, 2009

Honeywell, Lois Marie. (1939-2009)
Watertown Daily Times (NY) – May 7, 2009

Lancour, Marguerite C. (1917-2009)
Rutland Herald (VT) – May 7, 2009

Lipscomb, Richard Rowley. (1911-2009)
Advocate (Baton Rouge, LA) – May 7, 2009

Robbins, William L., Sr. (1930-2009)
Virginian-Pilot (Norfolk, VA) – May 6, 2009

Roberts, Earl. (1910-2009)
Knoxville News Sentinel (TN) – May 8, 2009

Stringham, Genevieve Marie. (1912-2009)
Deseret News (Salt Lake City, UT) – May 7, 2009

Temple, Horace LaFoe. (1916-2009)

Owensboro Messenger-Inquirer (KY) – May 6, 2009

Wilson, Kimberly Ann. (1965-2009)
Jackson Sun (TN) – May 7, 2009

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Kentucky – Beginning Genealogy Seminar – Saturday, April 11th

Genealogy How-to Seminar this Saturday
When: Saturday, April 11, 2009 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Where: Ridgway Memorial Library at 127 N. Walnut St. in Shepherdsville, KY
What: Genealogy How-to Seminar presented by genealogists Betty Rolwing Darnell and Deborah Lord Campisano.

For more information call: Betty Darnell (502) 422-0150.

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