GenealogyBank adds 63 newspapers from 21 States

GenealogyBank announced today that added 63 historical newspapers from 21 States – including 33 more Spanish language newspapers.

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Arkansas
Jonesboro, AR: Jonesboro Evening Sun. 10/8/1904 to 12/27/1916

Arizona
Tucson, AZ: Tucsonense. 3/17/1915 to 11/1/1931

California
Berkeley, CA: Grito. 9/1/1967
Colton, CA: Chicano. 4/21/1968
Los Angeles. CA: Heraldo de Mexico. 12/9/1917 to 12/28/1928

Colorado
Colorado Springs, CO: Gazette-Telegraph. 1/1/1903 to 12/31/1908
San Luis, CO: Adobe 3/1/1974


Connecticut
New London, CT: New London Democrat. 1845-04-26 to 1851-01-25

Georgia
Savannah, GA: Savannah Tribune. 1/6/1912 to 12/28/1912

Idaho
Idaho City, ID: Idaho Falls Times. 1891-07-09 to 9/16/1920
Idaho City, ID: Idaho Register. 2/17/1908 to 8/7/1908
Twin Falls, ID: Twin Falls News. 4/22/1921


Illinois
Chicago, IL: Latin Times. 2/1/1958 to 5/2/1975
Chicago, IL: Vida Latina. 10/21/1954 to 12/21/1959

Louisiana
New Orleans, LA: Abeja. 1829-01-03

Massachusetts
Boston, MA: Boston Evening Transcript. 1850-03-01 to 1850-12-31
Nantucket, MA: Nantucket Inquirer. 1821-09-20 to 1830-04-24
Springfield, MA: Springfield Republican. 1886-01-01 to 1891-12-31

Missouri
Kansas City, MO: Kansas City Times. 1884-05-14 to 1896-01-31

Nebraska
Nebraska City, NE: Daily Nebraska Press. 1870-05-27

New Mexico
Las Cruces, NM: Dona Ana County Republican. 1897-03-11 to 2/15/1902
Las Cruces, NM: Labrador. 1896-09-08
Las Cruces, NM: Las Cruces Democrat. 1892-02-03 to 1899-11-29
Las Cruces, NM: Mesilla Valley Bulletin. 4/30/1937
Las Cruces, NM: Newmans Semi-Weekly. 1881-04-13
Las Cruces, NM: Thirty-Four. 1879-04-16 to 1880-11-03
Las Vegas, NM: Las Vegas Daily Gazette. 1880-07-27 to 1886-01-31
Las Vegas, NM: Misionero Bautista: Organo Oficial de la Convencion Bautista Hispano-Americana de Nuevo Mexico. 7/1/1948
Mesilla, NM: Mesilla News. 1879-02-08 to 1883-11-24
Santa Fe, NM: Daily New Mexican. 1872-04-02 to 1875-06-28
Santa Fe, NM: Santa Fe Weekly New Mexican and Livestock Journal. 1885-10-08bto
1895-12-26
Silver City, NM: Silver City Independent. 1897-08-03
Springer, NM: Colfax County Stockman. 1893-07-08
Springer, NM: Sentinel. 2/15/1901 to 12/27/1901

New York
Albany, NY: Albany Evening Journal. 1834-06-12 to 1849-03-22
Cazenovia, NY: Pilot. 1808-08-10 to 1821-09-06
Cazenovia, NY: Union Herald. 1838-05-11 to 1840-04-11
New York, NY: Grafico. 11/11/1928 to 1/3/1931
New York, NY: Jewish Daily News. 1/2/1916 to 12/31/1922
New York, NY: True Sun. 1847-05-24 to 1848-02-25
Oxford, NY: Times. 1838-10-10 to 1839-12-25
Schoharie, NY: Schoharie Observer. 1818-11-25 to 1823-05-07
Troy, NY: Times. 1885-07-09 to 1886-06-24

Ohio
Chillicothe, OH: Supporter. 1809-01-05 to 1818-01-20
Dayton, OH: Democratic Herald. 1835-05-07 to 1837-08-12
Xenia, OH: Greene County Torch-Light. 1841-07-01 to 1842-01-20

Rhode Island
Pawtucket, RI: Pawtucket Times. 1/1/1920 to 2/28/1921

Tennessee
Nashville, TN: Tennessee Gazette. 1800-02-25 to 1807-05-30

Texas
Austin, TX: Texas Gazette. 1829-09-25 to 1832-02-18
Beaumont, TX: Beaumont Enterprise & Journal. 3/28/1906 to 9/30/1911
Brazoria, TX: Texas Republican. 1834-07-05 to 1835-10-17
Brownsville, TX: Heraldo de Brownsville. 1/12/1936 to 2/29/1940
Cleburne, TX: Cleburne Morning Review. 7/4/1911 to 5/30/1916
El Paso, TX: Atalaya Bautista: Semanario Evangelico Bautista. 1/2/1908
El Paso, TX: Continental. 12/12/1934 to 3/11/1960
El Paso, TX: Evening Tribune. 1889-04-03
Kingsville, TX: Eco. 4/1/1931
Kingsville, TX: Tex. Mex. Reflector. 1/21/1921
San Antonio, TX: Pan American Labor Express. 9/4/1918 to 12/4/1918
San Antonio, TX: Prensa. 10/11/1918 to 2/19/1935

Utah
Salt Lake City, UT: Salt Lake Telegram. 2/3/1902

Virginia
Winchester, VA: Winchester Virginian. 1828-04-18 to 1836-09-06

Vermont
St. Albans, VT: St. Albans Daily Messenger. 1853-01-13 to 12/31/1922

More Spanish Language Newspapers going Online for Genealogists

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That’s over 230 titles!
1808-1977

Arizona
Nogales, AZ. Monitor. 1890
Tucson, AZ. Amigos. 1975-1977
Tucson, AZ. Fronterizo. 1892
Tucson, AZ. Tucsonense. 1915-1923


California
Los Angeles, CA. Aguacero. 1878
Los Angeles, CA. Amigo del Pueblo. 1861
Los Angeles, CA. Cinema. 1935
Los Angeles, CA. Clamor Publico. 1855 – 1859
Los Angeles, CA. Correo Mexicano. 1917
Los Angeles, CA. Cronica. 1874
Los Angeles, CA. El Democrata. 1882
Los Angeles, CA. Eco de la Patria. 1878
Los Angeles, CA. El Eco Mexicano. 1885
Los Angeles, CA. Fe en la Democracia. 1884
Los Angeles, CA. Heraldo de Mexico. 1917-1928
Los Angeles, CA. Joven. 1877-1878
Los Angeles, CA. Monitor/Monitor Mejicano. 1897-1898
Los Angeles, CA. La Prensa. 1917-1922
Los Angeles, CA. Regeneracion – Semanal Revolucionario. 1910-1917
Los Angeles, CA. Union. 1896-1897
San Bernadino, CA. Chicano. 1968-1973
San Francisco, CA. Cronica. 1854-1855
San Francisco, CA. Eco del Pacifico. 1857
San Francisco, CA. Imparcial. 1931-1935
San Francisco, CA. Mefistofeles. 1918
San Francisco, CA. Seminario Imparcial. 1938
Santa Barbara, CA. Gaceta. 1879-1881

Colorado
Antonito, CO. Voz Del Valle. 1899-1901
Trinidad, CO. Anunciador. 1916-1922

Florida
Tampa, FL. Diario de Tampa. 1909-1911

Illinois
Chicago,IL. Noticia Mundial. 1927-1928

Indiana
Indiana Harbour, IN. Amigo del Hogar. 1925-1930

Louisiana
Natchitoches, LA. Mexicano. 1813-1819
New Orleans, LA. Abeja. 1929-1931
New Orleans, LA. El Misisipi. 1808

Missouri
Kansas City, MO. Cosmopolita. 1914-1919

New Mexico
Albuquerque, NM. Combate. 1892
Albuquerque, NM. Daily Citizen. 1887-1892
Albuquerque, NM. Daily Times. 1893
Albuquerque, NM. Defensor del Pueblo. 1891-1892
Albuquerque, NM. Estrella Mejicana. 1890
Albuquerque, NM. Evening Citizen. 1892-94
Albuquerque, NM. Hormiga de Oro. 1903
Albuquerque, NM. Indito. 1900-1901
Albuquerque, NM. Industrial Advertiser. 1899
Albuquerque, NM. Morning Journal. 1884-86
Albuquerque, NM. News. 1886
Albuquerque, NM. Nuevo Mundo. 1897- 1900
Albuquerque, NM. La Opinion Publica. 1892 – 1907
Albuquerque, NM. Pueblo. 1900
Albuquerque, NM. Revista. 1881
Albuquerque, NM. Union de Albuquerque. 1893
Bernalillo, NM. Agricultor Moderno. 1916
Bernalillo, NM. Espejo. 1879
Chama, NM. Northwest New Mexican. 1893
Deming, NM. Deming Headlight. 1891-1899
Deming, NM. Deming Tribune. 1884
Deming, NM. Headlight. 1889-99
Eddy, NM. Eddy Argus. 1893
Eddy, NM. Eddy County Citizen. 1893
Elizabethtown, NM. Mining Bulletin. 1900
Estancia, NM. Estancia News. 1905-1907
Hillsborough, NM. Sierra County Advocate. 1885-1886
Kingston, NM. Kingston Clipper. 1884
Kingston, NM. Kingston Weekly Shaft. 1893
Las Cruces, NM. Borderer. 1872-1874
Las Cruces, NM. El Democrata. 1891-1894
Las Cruces, NM. Dona Ana County Republican. 1897-1902
Las Cruces, NM. Eco del Rio Grande. 1876/1882
Las Cruces, NM. Eco del Valle. 1905-1911
Las Cruces, NM. El Observador Fronterizo. 1888
Las Cruces, NM. Empresa. 1896-1897
Las Cruces, NM. Estrella. 1911-1935
Las Cruces, NM. Flor del Valle. 1894
Las Cruces, NM. Fronterizo. 1875
Las Cruces, NM. Gaceta Popular. 1919
Las Cruces, NM. Labrador. 1896-1912
Las Cruces, NM. Las Cruces Daily News. 1889
Las Cruces, NM. Las Cruces Daily Times. 1889-1893
Las Cruces, NM. Las Cruces Democrat/Independent Democrat. 1892-1898
Las Cruces, NM. Las Cruces Progress. 1902-1904
Las Cruces, NM. Mesilla Valley Bulletin. 1934-1938
Las Cruces, NM. Mesilla Valley Democrat. 1886-1890
Las Cruces, NM. Newmans Semi-Weekly. 1881
Las Cruces, NM. Promotor Escolar. 1891-1892
Las Cruces, NM. Thirty-Four. 1879-80
Las Cruces, NM. Verdad. 1890-1898
Las Vegas, NM. Cachiporra. 1888
Las Vegas, NM. Cachiporrita. 1890
Las Vegas, NM. Campaign Bulletin. 1880
Las Vegas, NM. Chronicle. 1886
Las Vegas, NM. Clarin Mexicano. 1890
Las Vegas, NM. Hispano Americano. 1892
Las Vegas, NM. Las Vegas Daily Gazette. 1880-1886
Las Vegas, NM. Las Vegas Daily Optic. 1884, 1889-1900
Las Vegas, NM. Las Vegas Optic. 1884
Las Vegas, NM. Las Vegas Record. 1901-02
Las Vegas, NM. Las Vegas Weekly Optic. 1880
Las Vegas, NM. Sol de Mayo. 1891
Las Vegas, NM. Voz del Pueblo. 1892-1904
Lordsburg, NM. Western Liberal. 1893-1901
Magdalena, NM. Magdalena Mountain Mail. 1888
Maldonado, NM. Estrella. 1897
Maxwell, NM. Maxwell Mail. 1915
Mesilla, NM. Defensor del Pueblo. 1891
Mesilla, NM. Mesilla News. 1879-1884
Mora, NM. Cronica de Mora. 1889
Mora, NM. Gaceta de Mora. 1890
Mora, NM. Mora Echo. 1890
Mora, NM. Mosquito. 1891-1892
Raton, NM. Amigo del Pueblo. 1896
Raton, NM. Raton Range. 1893, 95
Raton, NM. Raton Reporter. 1893
Raton, NM. Weekly News. 1904
Rincon, NM. Rincon Weekly. 1895-1897
Roswell, NM. Roswell Record. 1893
San Acacio, NM. Comercio. 1907
San Marcial, NM. San Marcial Bee. 1893, 1902
San Marcial, NM. La Libertad. 1896
San Marcial, NM. San Marcial Reporter. 1888, 1890
Santa Fe, NM. Boletín Popular. 1886 – 1895
Santa Fe, NM. Capitol. 1901
Santa Fe, NM. Clarin Mejicano. 1873
Santa Fe, NM. Gato. 1894
Santa Fe, NM. Gauntlet. 1894
Santa Fe, NM. El Guia de Santa Fe. 1886
Santa Fe, NM. Nuevo Mejicano. 1863, 1881
Santa Fe, NM. Nuevo Mexicano. 1890-1908
Santa Fe, NM. Registro de Nuevo Mexico. 1916
Santa Fe, NM. Santa Fe Weekly Express. 1887
Santa Fe, NM. Santa Fe Weekly New Mexican & Livestock Journal. 1885-1895
Santa Fe, NM. Santa Fe Weekly Sun. 1893
Santa Fe, NM. Verdad. 1844
Santa Fe, NM. Voz del Pueblo. 1889
Santa Fe, NM. Weekly New Mexican Review. 1883
Santa Rosa, NM. Santa Rosa Sun. 1919-1920
Silver City, NM. Eagle. 1895
Silver City, NM. Grant County Herald. 1878
Silver City, NM. Herald. 1876
Silver City, NM. Mining Chronicle. 1881
Silver City, NM. New Southwest. 1882
Silver City, NM. Silver City Enterprise. 1882, 86-96
Silver City, NM. Silver City Independent. 1897-1901
Silver City, NM. Southwest Sentinel. 1886-1887
Socorro, NM. Bullion. 1884
Socorro, NM. Combate. 1898
Socorro, NM. Defensor del Pueblo. 1913-1938
Socorro, NM. Estrella de Nuevo Mexico. 1896 – 1897
Socorro, NM. La Golondrina. 1898
Socorro, NM. Hispano Americano. 1891 – 1892
Socorro, NM. The Industrial Advertiser. 1893, 95
Socorro, NM. Progreso. 1887
Socorro, NM. Republicano. 1901
Socorro, NM. Socorro Bullion. 1886
Springer, NM. Colfax County Stockman. 1893-13
Springer, NM. Estandarte de Springer/Springer Banner. 1889 – 1893
Springer, NM. The Sentinel. 1901
Taos, NM. Revista de Taos, La (and the Taos Cresset English and Spanish). 1904
Wagon Mound, NM. Combate. 1902-1918
White Oaks, NM. Lincoln County Leader. 1893
White Oaks, NM. New Mexico Interpreter. 1889
White Oaks, NM. White Oaks Eagle. 1895

Nevada
Las Vegas, NV. Daily Examiner. 1895
Las Vegas, NV. Misionero Bautista. 1943-1951
Las Vegas, NV. New Mexico Herald. 1879
Las Vegas, NV. The Political Comet. 1882

New York
Brooklyn, NY. Espana Libre. 1939-1943
Las Vegas, NY. Boletín de Anuncios. 1878
New York, NY. Ahora. 1950
New York, NY. Independiente. 1898
New York, NY. Mulato. 1854

Texas
Austin, TX. Telegraph and Texas Register. 1835-1836
Austin, TX. Texas Gazette. 1829-1832
Brazoria, TX. Advocate of Peoples Rights. 1832-1834
Brazoria, TX. Texas Republican. 1834-1835
Brownsville, TX. Boletin Estraordinario. 1865
Brownsville, TX. Cronista del Valle. 1924-1930
Brownsville, TX. Daily Cosmopolitan. 1884-85, 91-92
Brownsville, TX. Daily Metropolitan. 1893
Brownsville, TX. Daily Republican. 1884
Brownsville, TX. El Heraldo de Brownsville. 1935-1940
Brownsville, TX. Progreso. 1876
Brownsville, TX. Puerto/Puerto de Brownsville. 1954-1961
Brownsville, TX. The Ranchero. 1864
Brownsville, TX. Republican/El Republicano. 1865
Brownsville, TX. The Rio Grande Sentinel. 1861
Brownsville, TX. The Sentinel. 1870
Brownsville, TX. Zaragoza. 1865
Corpus Christi, TX. Horizonte. 1879 – 1880
Corpus Christi, TX. Nueces County News. 1938-39
Corpus Christi, TX. Progreso. 1939-1940
Corpus Christi, TX. Verdad. 1950-1959
Corpus Christi, TX. Weekly Labor Herald. 1941-42
Edinburg, TX. Defensor. 1930-1931
El Paso, TX. Azote. 1922-1923
El Paso, TX. Buena Prensa. 1923
El Paso, TX. Clarin del Norte. 1905-1906
El Paso, TX. Commercial Review. 1891
El Paso, TX. Continental. 1934-1960
El Paso, TX. Correo del Bravo. 1913
El Paso, TX. Defensor. 1894-1895
El Paso, TX. Democracia. 1906
El Paso, TX. Dia. 1919
El Paso, TX. Echo Fronterizo. 1896
El Paso, TX. El Ciudadano. 1892
El Paso, TX. El Paso Daily News. 1901-1902
El Paso, TX. El Paso del Norte. 1904-1915
El Paso, TX. El Paso Evening Tribune. 1893
El Paso, TX. El Paso Weekly Tribune. 1886
El Paso, TX. Evening Telegram. 1896
El Paso, TX. Evening Tribune. 1889-1896
El Paso, TX. Hispano Americano. 1893
El Paso, TX. Homer Union News. 1919
El Paso, TX. Independiente. 1896
El Paso, TX. La Justicia. 1893
El Paso, TX. Las Dos Americas. 1898
El Paso, TX. Lone Star. 1881-83
El Paso, TX. Monday Mercury. 1893
El Paso, TX. Monitor. 1897 – 1900
El Paso, TX. Las Noticias. 1899-1900
El Paso, TX. La Opinion Publica. 1895
El Paso, TX. Progresista. 1901
El Paso, TX. Sancho Panza. 1891
El Paso, TX. Sunday Herald. 1888-1889
Houston, TX. Gaceta Mexicana. 1827-1828
Kingsville, TX. Acción. 1931-32
Kingsville, TX. Acción. 1932-36
Kingsville, TX. El Eco. 1931-1941
Kingsville, TX. Notas de Kingsville. 1943-1961
Laredo, TX. Cronica. 1910-1914
Laredo, TX. Democrata Fronterizo. 1917-1918
Laredo, TX. Evolucion. 1917-1920
Nacogdoches, TX. Gaceta de Texas. 1813
San Antonio, TX. Bejareno/Ranchero. 1855-1866
San Antonio, TX. Epoca. 1918-1923, 1927
San Antonio, TX. Heraldo de Mexicano. 1927-1930
San Antonio, TX. Imparcial de Texas. 1917-1921
San Antonio, TX. Pan American. 1918

Breaking News – GenealogyBank adds 219 newspapers from 37 States

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List of Titles in Today’s Release
AL Lanett, AL. Valley Times-News 3/18/1999 to Today
AZ Tucson, AZ. Alianza 8/23/1900 to 10/18/1900
AZ Tucson, AZ. Amigos 8/7/1975 to 12/21/1977
AZ Tucson, AZ. Ferrocarril 5/17/1885 to 5/17/1885
AZ Tucson, AZ. Fronterizo 1/16/1892 to 12/17/1892
AZ Tucson, AZ. Iris 6/19/1886 to 6/19/1886
AZ Tucson, AZ. Tucsonense 3/17/1915 to 11/1/1931
CA Berkeley, CA. Grito 9/1/1967 to 6/1/1974
CA Colton, CA. Chicano 4/21/1968 to 6/30/1977
CA Los Angeles, CA. Clamor Publico 6/19/1855 to 6/27/1857
CA Los Angeles, CA. Dos Republicas 3/15/1892 to 9/3/1898
CA Los Angeles, CA. Eco de Mexico 10/3/1924 to 10/27/1924
CA Los Angeles, CA. Heraldo de Mexico 12/9/1917 to 12/28/1928
CA San Francisco, CA. Imparcial 11/20/1931 to 2/1/1935
CA San Francisco, CA. Mefistofeles 3/9/1918 to 7/20/1918
CA San Francisco CA Mercantile Gazette and Prices Current, Shipping List and Register 10/2/1863 to 10/18/1867
CA San Francisco, CA. San Francisco Evening Journal 5/31/1852 to 5/13/1854
CA Santa Monica, CA. Aguila 3/21/1971 to 3/21/1973
CA Stanford, CA. Atisbos 6/1/1975 to 6/1/1978
CO Colorado Springs, CO. Gazette-Telegraph 1/1/1900 to 6/30/1911
CO Trinidad, CO. Anunciador 4/6/1918 to 11/18/1922
CT Bridgeport, CT. Republican Farmer 1/5/1847 to 12/25/1849
CT New Haven, CT. New Haven Palladium 7/19/1861 to 12/31/1863
CT New London, CT. Republican Advocate 1/9/1822 to 1/29/1823
DC Washington, DC. United States Telegraph 8/28/1827 to 1/29/1831
DE Dover, DE. Delaware State News 5/13/2008 to Today
FL Tampa, FL. Ecos 7/21/1959 to 7/21/1959
FL Ybor City, FL. Diario de Tampa 6/6/1908 to 7/14/1911
GA Louisville, GA. Louisville Gazette 5/12/1802 to 3/2/1811
GA Marietta, GA. Marietta Daily Journal 12/7/1993 to Today
GA Savannah, GA. Savannah Republican 9/4/1802 to 10/22/1805
GA Savannah, GA. Southern Banner 3/23/1833 to 12/9/1837
GA Thomasville, GA. Thomasville Times-Enterprise 11/14/2007 to Today
HI Hilo, HI. Hawaii. Tribune Herald 5/30/2008 to Today
IA Bettendorf, IA. Bettendorf News 2/5/2004 to Today
IA Clinton, IA. Clinton Herald 8/29/2007 to Today
IA Davenport, IA. Quad City Business Journal 3/1/2004 to Today
ID Blackfoot, ID. Blackfoot Register 7/10/1880 to 7/31/1886
ID Idaho City, ID. Idaho Falls Times 7/9/1891 to 9/16/1920
ID Idaho City, ID. Idaho Register 10/13/1899 to 1/17/1908
IL Chicago, IL. Latin Times 2/1/1958 to 5/2/1975
IL Chicago, IL. Sunday Times 1/12/1873 to 12/31/1876
IL Chicago, IL. Vida Latina 12/21/1959 to 12/21/1959
IL Rock Island, IL. Rock Island News 4/29/2007 to Today
IL Shawneetown, IL. Illinois Gazette 1/9/1819 to 9/18/1819
IL Vandalia, IL. Illinois Advocate 11/2/1833 to 8/5/1835
IN Decatur, IN. Decatur Daily Democrat 3/112008 to Today
IN Indianapolis, IN. Indiana Democrat 10/30/1830 to 3/9/1838
IN Vincennes, IN. Indiana Centinel 3/14/1817 to 12/30/1820
KS Topeka, KS. Adelante 6/10/1972 to 6/19/1977
KS Topeka, KS. Kansas Semi-Weekly Capital 1/1/1897 to 8/31/1897
KY Henderson, KY. Gleaner 4/14/2006 to Today
KY Lexington, KY. Kentucky Gazette 3/15/1794 to 12/28/1837
KY Middlesboro, KY. Daily News 2/1/2007 to Today
LA New Orleans, LA. Abeja 1/3/1829 to 12/26/1831
LA New Orleans, LA. Mississippi 10/12/1808 to 10/12/1808
LA New Orleans, LA. New Orleans Daily Creole 7/1/1856 to 1/10/1857
MA Beverly, MA. Saturday Morning Citizen 10/13/1858 to 2/24/1893
MA Boston, MA. Trumpet & Universalist Magazine 10/17/1829 to 3/8/1834
MA Cambridge, MA. Daily Banner 3/1/2007 to Today
MA Dedham, MA. Norfolk Advertiser 7/13/1832 to 2/2/1839
MA Dedham, MA. Norfolk Democrat 2/9/1839 to 12/28/1849
MA Lowell, MA. Lowell Daily Citizen and News 8/1/1871 to 1/31/1872
MA Lowell, MA. Lowell Mercury 11/13/1830 to 12/6/1833
MA Lowell, MA. Lowell Patriot 3/27/1835 to 6/29/1837
MA Lynn, MA. Daily Item 9/23/2005 to Today
MA Nantucket, MA. Nantucket Inquirer 3/13/1811 to 12/1/1832
MA New Bedford, MA. New Bedford Gazette 9/5/1831 to 1/25/1838
MA New Bedford, MA. New Bedford Register 1/22/1840 to 1/6/1846
MA New Bedford, MA. New-Bedford Mercury 6/29/1821 to 6/27/1851
MA Springfield, MA. Springfield Republican 3/23/1861 to 12/31/1910
MD Baltimore, MD. Sun 1/8/1844 to 7/3/1844
MD Fredrick, MD. Republican Citizen & State Advertiser 9/28/1827 to 9/23/1831
MD Fredericktown, MD. Republican Gazette & General Advertiser 7/6/1822 to 11/16/1822 MD La Mesilla, MD. Defensor del Pueblo 3/7/1891 to 3/14/1891
MN St. Paul, MN. St. Paul Daily Pioneer 4/28/1849 to 12/29/1872
MO St. Louis, MO. Missouri Gazette and Public Advertiser 3/23/1808 to 9/18/1818
MS Natchez, MS. Southern Clarion 5/13/1831 to 11/18/1831
MS Natchez, MS. Southern Galaxy 5/22/1828 to 2/26/1829
MS Natchez, MS. Statesman & Gazette 5/1/1828 to 2/7/1829
MS Starkville, MS. Starkville Daily News 3/9/2008 to Today
MS West Point, MS. Daily Times Leader 3/27/2008 to Today
NC Tryon, NC. Tryon Daily Bulletin 4/14/2007 to Today
NE Omaha, NE. Danske Pioneer 10/17/1895 to 10/10/1901
NH Manchester, NH. Telescope 1/13/1849 to 10/13/1849
NM Albuquerque, NM. Albuquerque Journal 9/1/1913 to 12/31/1913
NM Albuquerque, NM. Bandera Americana 8/10/1901 to 5/13/1909
NM Albuquerque, NM. Daily Citizen 2/10/1887 to 8/13/1891
NM Albuquerque, NM. Defensor del Pueblo 6/27/1891 to 5/28/1892
NM Albuquerque, NM. Estrella Mejicana 10/11/1890
NM Albuquerque, NM. Estrella Mexicana 10/4/1890
NM Albuquerque, NM. Evening Citizen 12/24/1892 to 8/6/1894
NM Albuquerque, NM. Hormiga de Oro 11/7/1903 to 11/7/1903
NM Albuquerque, NM. Indito 11/24/1900 to 4/4/1901
NM Albuquerque, NM. News 1/23/1886 to 12/6/1886
NM Albuquerque, NM. Opinion Publica 7/2/1892 to 3/2/1907
NM Albuquerque, NM. Pueblo 2/17/1900 to 2/17/1900
NM Albuquerque, NM. Revista 12/5/1881 to 12/5/1881
NM Albuquerque, NM. Union de Albuquerque 1/20/1893 to 1/20/1893
NM Albuquerque, NM. Voz de Nuevo Mexico 9/1/1894 to 9/1/1894
NM Columbus, NM. Columbus News 7/9/1909 to 5/26/1911
NM Las Cruces, NM .Doña Ana County Republican 3/11/1897 to 2/15/1902
NM Las Cruces, NM. Grito del Norte 8/24/1968 to 6/1/1973
NM Las Cruces, NM. Labrador 9/8/1896 to 6/14/1912
NM Las Cruces, NM. Las Cruces Daily News 3/5/1889 to 11/23/1889
NM Las Cruces, NM. Las Cruces Democrat 2/3/1892 to 11/29/1899
NM Las Cruces, NM. Las Vegas Daily Gazette 7/27/1880 to 1/31/1886
NM Las Cruces, NM. Mesilla Valley Democrat 9/2/1886 to 12/2/1890
NM Las Cruces, NM. Misionero Bautista: Organo Oficial de la Convencion Bautista Hispano-Americana de Nuevo Mexico 9/15/1948 to 6/21/1951
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James L. Sorenson – DNA Pioneer Dies at 86

James L. Sorenson, a pioneer in DNA research has died. A self-made billionaire, he used his wealth in many causes.


Genealogists in particular are aware of his efforts with DNA and genealogy. In 1999 he started the Sorenson Molecular Genealogy Foundation. The group has collected more than 70,000 DNA samples, together with four-generation pedigree charts, from volunteers in more than 100 countries around the world.

His lengthy obituary and related newspaper articles appear in today’s Deseret News (UT) – you can read them in

GenealogyBank.

Here is the article (used by permission):
Deceased Name: Inventor, philanthropist James Sorenson, Utah’s richest man, dies at 86
James LeVoy Sorenson, whose success as an entrepreneur, real estate magnate and inventor of numerous medical devices made him Utah’s richest man, died Sunday, Jan. 20, at a Salt Lake hospital.

Besides his wealth and business acumen, Sorenson was renowned as a philanthropist.
Sorenson, whose wealth was estimated to be $4.5 Billion last year by Forbes magazine, was 86 years old. He was listed as the 68th-richest American in September 2007.
He was the owner of Sorenson Cos., a parent company to 32 corporations in industries including medicine, bioscience, investment/development and manufacturing.
Sorenson held more than 40 medical patents during his lifetime and is perhaps best known for co-developing the first real-time computerized heart monitor. He also invented the disposable paper surgical mask, the plastic venous catheter and a blood recycling system for trauma and surgical procedures, as well as many other medical innovations.
“I think success in his mind was someone that had ideas, that had a strong work ethic and a tenacity,” son James Lee Sorenson told the Deseret Morning News. “As you look at examples in the world today, those are important attributes. I think Dad was a calculated-risk-taker, and successful people generally are.”

The younger Sorenson said his father’s legacy will be as “a great American inventor, a man with a tremendous amount of innovation.”

Among his philanthropic endeavors is Sorenson Molecular Genealogy Foundation, which is creating a worldwide, correlated genetic and genealogical database used in ancestry research. His donations have helped a Washington, D.C., university for the deaf and hearing impaired and assisted in establishment of an outdoor performing arts pavilion in Herriman. He gave more than $30 million for restoration of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints’ temple in Nauvoo, Ill.

After the tsunami of 2004 hit Thailand, he donated DNA testing kits to assist in identifying the dead, and Sorenson Genomics — one of his companies — analyzed their DNA, matching some victims with their relatives.

He donated land and money to help build the Sorenson Unity Center at California Avenue and 900 West, next door to the Sorenson Multicultural Center. The YMCA’s Camp Rogers in the Uinta Mountains also benefited from his generosity.
He and James Lee Sorenson reached out to help Gallaudet University in Washington, D.C.; together they donated $5 million to the country’s largest university for the deaf and hearing impaired.

In April 2007, he gave $6 million to the new Intermountain Medical Center, raising his contributions to Intermountain Healthcare to $22 million. He pledged $500,000 during a fund-raiser for Primary Children’s Medical Center in June 2007. In September 2007, the nonprofit Sorenson Legacy Foundation donated $6 million to the University of Utah, toward the James LeVoy Sorenson Center, which will be dedicated to encourage innovation and discovery among students across Utah.

A crisis concerning the Legislature’s refusal to fund some items in the state Medicaid program was averted in 2006 when Sorenson and Intermountain Healthcare donated $1 million each. The next year, the Legislature picked up the tab.

Sorenson also was a poet and composer of LDS hymns, publishing some of them in a book titled, “Just Love the People, the World Is our Family.”

After beginning his career selling pharmaceuticals to physicians for Upjohn Co. in Salt Lake City, Sorenson started buying real estate in the Salt Lake area. In 1957 he co-founded Deseret Pharmaceutical, and the company became the foundation for the establishment of Becton Dickinson Vascular Access. In 1962, he founded Sorenson Research, which was sold to Abbott Laboratories, a Fortune 100 company, in 1980.

He founded LeVoy’s, a company that made lingerie for modest women and used Tupperware-style marketing with parties hosted in homes. He also owned and developed thousands of acres of commercial, residential and agricultural properties throughout Utah.

Sorenson, who was born in Rexburg, Idaho, and grew up in central California, is survived by Beverley Taylor Sorenson, his wife of 60 years, and two sons, six daughters, 47 grandchildren and 28 great-grandchildren.