Old Newspaper Ads, Your Immigrant Ancestors & U.S. Migrations

Introduction: Scott Phillips is a genealogical historian and owner of Onward To Our Past® genealogy services. In this guest blog post, Scott searches old newspapers to find advertisements that encouraged families to move to other parts of the U.S. for a better life—and shows how these ads can help you better understand the lives your ancestors lived and the decisions they made.

As genealogy and family history fans, we all know the concept of “chain migration,” which is loosely defined as the process of immigrants moving from their homeland to new lands and communities, building upon familiar and familial social relationships from the Old Country. This certainly was true in the case of many of my immigrant ancestors.

But what happened once those immigrants got to their destination in the United States? While some put down lifelong roots in the community they first arrived in, many moved on to other destinations in America. What were some of the influences on these migratory movements within the U.S.?

Newspaper Advertisements Influenced Migrations

Some of the answers can be found in simple newspaper advertisements. Just as letters home might have influenced some people to come to the States, once here they were subjected to the constant allure of a better life in other parts of the country.

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Here are some examples of historical newspaper advertisements that influenced our immigrant ancestors’ migrations to other parts of America.

Arkansans Urged to Migrate West

With the bold headline “Westward, Ho!” this 1845 advertisement tells of a meeting to be held in Napoleon, Arkansas, “to organize a company of emigrants, to remove to California.”

ad urging westward migration, Arkansas Weekly Gazette newspaper article 29 September 1845

Arkansas Weekly Gazette (Little Rock, Arkansas), 29 September 1845, page 3

Montana Riches: Land of Opportunity for Millions!

Some of the people and organizations looking to entice emigrants to move used a method that had worked in the Old Country: they wrote letters to the editor, which in many cases sure resembled an advertisement to me.

For example, take a look at this 1882 letter to the editor headlined “ROOM FOR MILLIONS.” The author of this “letter,” one James S. Brisbin writing from Keogh, Montana, covers a range of items in this letter/advertisement, including the weather, parks, the wealth of the mines in the area, and more. He states:

But not only are stock raisers, farmers and miners needed in the West, but artisans and skilled labor of all kinds. Towns are everywhere springing up, and the services of workmen of every grade are in great demand.

And just for good measure he closes his letter by reminding readers that Montana is only a four-day train ride from the East Coast, and ends with this statement: “Only four days from want and misery to wealth and joy.” Well, how could you not move there?

article urging migration to Montana, New York Herald newspaper advertisement 10 February 1882

New York Herald (New York, New York), 10 February 1882, page 9

Telegraphers Needed

This 1905 advertisement for The Morse School of Telegraphy promises immediate employment upon graduation and a salary of $40-$60 a month “east of the Rockies” and $75-$100 a month “west of the Rockies.” For that big of a difference in salary, I’d say there was probably a waiting line for telegraphers heading out West!

ad offering employment to telegraphers, Morning Olympian newspaper advertisement 2 August 1905

Morning Olympian (Olympia, Washington), 2 August 1905, page 3

The Allure of Arizona Gold

The following 1907 newspaper article reads like an ad. While not an actual advertisement, it surely advertises what opportunities might await folks interested in moving to Kofa, Arizona. Kofa, which is an acronym for “King of Arizona,” held the richest gold mine in the history of the Southwestern United States.

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It may have been an article just like this that enticed one of my own immigrant ancestors, Elijah Poad, to seek his fortune in Kofa. As a Cornish miner, he would have been well suited to the work. However, the one note this article leaves out is the fact that there was no water in Kofa, so they had to bring it in by mule teams. While Elijah did live in Kofa for a few years, he then followed many of his fellow Cornish miners and became a Yupper in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan mining copper, then on to Linden, Wisconsin, to mine lead, and finally to Anaconda, Montana, to mine for silver and other minerals.

article urging migration to Arizona for the Kofa gold rush, Tucson Daily Citizen newspaper article 12 December 1907

Tucson Daily Citizen (Tucson, Arizona), 12 December 1907, page 7

Workers Wanted All across America

This 1922 newspaper article tells readers that there are workers needed across the U.S., and reports what jobs are available where. Almost every category of employment seems to be mentioned in this article.

Jobs Now Plentiful in U.S., Saginaw News newspaper article 15 December 1922

Saginaw News (Saginaw, Michigan), 15 December 1922, page 28

Eastward Migration, Also

Not all the U.S. migration advertisements urged westward expansion, however—some encouraged migrants to head east. For example, this 1920 ad in a Colorado newspaper encourages land-seekers to head east to Michigan. It starts out with the statement “Big opportunity in Michigan.” The old advertisement continues and promises “Big money in grains, stock, poultry, or fruit.”

ad urging migration to Michigan, Denver Post newspaper advertisement 18 August 1920

Denver Post (Denver, Colorado), 18 August 1920, page 21

Many of the ancestors in my family tree moved around the United States, especially in pursuit of better economic opportunities. Did your ancestors move around the country—and if so, do you think they might have been influenced by old newspaper advertisements like these? Leave me a comment, as I’d enjoy knowing your thoughts and experiences.

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Mining for Historical News & Genealogy Clues in the Archives

Introduction: Scott Phillips is a genealogical historian and owner of Onward To Our Past® genealogy services. In this guest blog post, Scott searches old newspapers to find stories about how Mother Nature affected his ancestors’ lives—and discovers some important genealogy clues.

With the strength of this current winter, I don’t have to remind you that our dear Mother Nature can have a significant impact on our families and ourselves. Just the other day I got my car stuck in the snow in my own driveway! While I was “mumbling” about it to myself, I got to thinking about how long, harsh winters would have been even more challenging for our ancestors. That evening I decided to take a look at my family tree and see how Mother Nature’s hand had impacted some of my family members. Instinctively I turned to GenealogyBank’s online Historical Newspaper Archives and, naturally, I wasn’t disappointed.

Ancestor Obituary Clue

While researching one branch of my Phillips family, I uncovered an obituary about my ancestor Elijah Poad in a 1910 Montana newspaper.

Elijah Poad Dead, Anaconda Standard newspaper obituary 16 September 1910

Anaconda Standard (Anaconda, Montana), 16 September 1910, page 9

Elijah had married Catherine Phillips, and shortly thereafter they emigrated from Great Britain to settle in the United States. Certainly one of my first questions was: “What would cause a Cornishman from St. Blazey, Cornwall, to go to Montana in 1885?”

Mining in Montana

I think I found my answer when I read another article from the Anaconda Standard, this one from 1899. This article begins “E. Poad, a miner at the Gagnon, was seriously injured yesterday by getting a fall in the mine.” While there wasn’t “gold in them thar hills,” there was silver and copper in the Montana hills—and the discovery of both had caused a huge rush to the Anaconda area, including my miner ancestor. Mother Nature at her finest, offering the temptation of riches!

(Elijah Poad) Seriously Injured, Anaconda Standard newspaper article 8 June 1899

Anaconda Standard (Anaconda, Montana), 8 June 1899, page 8

More Mining for Genealogy Clues

While I was still reading the Anaconda Standard, another article from 1899 caught my eye due to its headline: “The Mesabi Range. Tremendous Possibilities of the Great New Region.” This was indeed a very interesting find to me. You see, my wife’s grandfather, Pasquale D’Aquila, had emigrated from Italy to Canada and then to the United States. I have found his border crossing record from 1915 at Eastport, Idaho. As the miner he was, could Pasquale have heard talk just like the news in this article about the iron ore riches of the Mesabi Range in Minnesota? Could an article just like the one I was reading have been what drew him there? Yes, or no, it is certainly evident that once again Mother Nature was wielding her influence.

The Mesabi Range (Montana), Anaconda Standard newspaper article 26 December 1899

Anaconda Standard (Anaconda, Montana), 26 December 1899, page 12

News Flashback: the Polio Epidemic

It wasn’t long after this that I came upon a totally different and far less desirable impact of Mother Nature. I discovered two articles side-by-side in a 1952 Ohio newspaper. They had huge headlines blaring “Ohio Now Has 232 ‘Sure’ Polio Cases” and “‘Iron Lung’ Supply Runs Short Here.”

articles about the polio outbreak in Ohio and especially Cleveland, Plain Dealer newspaper articles 19 July 1952

Plain Dealer (Cleveland, Ohio), 19 July 1952, page 4

Now here was an impact of Mother Nature that I did not need an ancestor to illustrate for me, since I vividly recall the polio epidemics of my youth. I remember all too well that, just as the first article reported, “Swimming pools have been closed and other precautionary measures taken.” Our local swimming hole was posted with a sign in big, red letters that read: “Closed due to polio.” I also remember that the mother of one of my best friends was confined to a wheelchair due to polio, and I’ll never forget the ever-present (at least in my mind) threat of living your life in an “iron lung.”

I next found an article from a 1962 California newspaper with an even larger headline.

Dr. Sabin Hails Anti-Polio Clinics Set for Sunday, San Diego Union newspaper article 18 October 1962

San Diego Union (San Diego, California), 18 October 1962, page 12

How well I remember these clinics! I recall standing in a long line in the hot sun, with my entire family, awaiting our turn to get our “sugar cube” and incessantly questioning my father as to whether or not it was true that we would not get a “shot” but rather a sugar cube as we were told! (I really hated any shots as a kid!) And to think, especially now, that Dr. Sabin forwent patenting his discovery in order to keep the cost down and make his “wonder drug” available to everyone.

Then for some reason I searched the newspaper archives on “historic blizzard,” but when I saw there were 95 results I got too depressed at the thought of reading about any more winter. That’s when I made the only rational decision any genealogy fan could make.

I went back to the 1910 obituary that I had found in the newspaper for Elijah Poad since it also included this line: “He was 78 years of age and leaves, besides his brother in Helena, a brother in Dodgeville, Wis., a brother in England, a sister in Linden, Wis., and a son in Butte.” You see, while I have Elijah’s siblings in our family tree, I had no genealogy clues—until this obituary—as to where to search for them. Thank you, Mother Nature!

German American Newspapers for Genealogy at GenealogyBank

Introduction: Mary Harrell-Sesniak is a genealogist, author and editor with a strong technology background. In this guest blog post, Mary provides search tips to help you find family history information in GenealogyBank’s online collection of German American newspapers.

America has long been a prized destination for immigrants. In the case of our German American ancestors (known as Deutschamerikaner), many arrived during the early years of the British colonies—with evidence dating to the 17th Century.

This long history of German Americans in America can be researched in the many German American newspapers, or “Deutsch-Amerikanische Zeitungen,“ found in GenealogyBank’s Historical Newspaper Archives.

Early German American immigrants were especially drawn to New York and Pennsylvania, with families typically settling among those of their same origins. Later there were westward migrations, most notably in Midwestern areas such as Cincinnati, Chicago, St. Louis, Milwaukee and northern Kentucky. In many of these areas, you can still find strong German influences on the culture, customs and food. In Cincinnati for example, where I attended elementary school, I remember that the cafeteria often served sausage and sauerkraut—a dish we no longer encountered when our family moved south.

Immigrant community names are often reminiscent of their homelands, as demonstrated in this 1732 estate notice from the American Weekly Mercury:

“To be Sold by Richard Martin Executor of William Harmon of Upper-Dublin, in the County of Philadelphia, deceas’d…a considerable Quantity of clear’d Land and good Meadowing in Dublin-Township; and One Hundred and Ten Acres of Land near Germantown…”

estate sale ad for William Harmon, American Weekly Mercury newspaper advertisement 30 March-6 April 1732

American Weekly Mercury (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania), 30 March-6 April 1732, page 4

This estate notice was published in the same year that Founding Father Benjamin Franklin (1706-1790) published the first German-language newspaper in America, the Philadelphische Zeitung.

Although Franklin’s newspaper didn’t last even a year, publishers recognized the need to communicate with the German-speaking population. So it is common to see bilingual papers with the placement of foreign language articles and advertisements side-by-side with those printed in English.

collage of various ads, Pennsylvania Gazette newspaper advertisements 3 March 1742

Pennsylvania Gazette (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania), 3 March 1742, page 4

In the above example from the Pennsylvania Gazette we see a German-language notice regarding an Evangelical Conference; followed by an English-language estate notice for Joseph Woollen, late of Germantown Township; and an English-language ad for the The Pocket Almanack. Note the reference in the last ad to Poor Richard’s Almanack, another of Benjamin Franklin’s publications, which appeared from 1732-1758.

There was such a desire to publish newspapers in German that in 1775, one of the Committees of Correspondence resolved that their notice should “be published both in the English and German news-papers,” as reported at the end of the following article.

notice about a meeting of the Committee of Correspondence, Pennsylvania Evening Post newspaper article 10 June 1775

Pennsylvania Evening Post (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania), 10 June 1775, page 242

Their concern was that the British Ministry was “fully determined and bent upon the total extinction and utter destruction of American liberty.” These Committees, as noted in a Wikipedia article, were an integral part of the colonists’ resistance to British rule, providing coordinated efforts to distribute information for their safety.

Clearly, there is a lot of good family history information in German American newspapers—so how does one begin one’s search for German ancestors in historical newspapers?

How to Search & Read German-Language American Newspapers

It helps if you are fluent in German, but if not, don’t despair—try the following strategies.

Familiarize yourself with common Germanic words found in ancestral birth, marriage and death notices. Numerous lists can be found on the Web, but here are some commonly-used terms:

  • Familial relationships: wife (frau, gattin), mother (mutter), father (vater, väter), son (sohn), daughter (tochter)
  • Genealogical events: birth (geburt), born (geboren), married (verheiratet), death (tod, todesfall), died (starb, gestorben), buried (begraben, bestatten)
  • Days of the week (in order): Montag, Dienstag, Mittwoch, Donnerstag, Freitag, Samstag, Sonntag
  • Months (in order): Januar, Februar, März, April, Mai, Juni, Juli, August, September, Oktober, November, Dezember

Use a language translator, such as Google Translate (at translate.google.com) to translate German to English. If a word or phrase doesn’t translate exactly, try breaking it into parts. For instance, the newspaper Volksfreund doesn’t translate, but if you separate the two parts into “Volks” and “freund” the translator will respond with “people friendly,” indicating that the translation of the newspaper’s name is something like People’s Friend.

Try alternate spelling variations (don’t expect standardization). If the translator fails, experiment with changing a few letters. Local dialects affect spellings, and over time the accepted way to spell words has changed. FamilySearch’s German Word List, located at https://familysearch.org/learn/wiki/en/German_Word_List, will give you a head start. Some of its suggestions are to interchange: p for b; a for e; and t for d or dt.

“Americanize” spellings. Although German words typically have umlauts applied to letters, such as ä or ü, GenealogyBank’s search engine may perform better if you ignore them.

Let GenealogyBank’s search engine identify what type of article is on a newspaper page.  If you are struggling with the description presented, expand the page information on the left-hand side of the screen, where GenealogyBank’s search engine notes the types of articles found on the newspaper page. In this example, the content of this newspaper’s page two is listed with many German descriptions—but the search engine also explains, in English, that there are advertisements, mortuary notices, and matrimony notices on this page—helping you to better understand the content you are looking at on page two.

screenshot of GenealogyBank showing an article from a German American newspaper

Finally, it’s useful to learn as much as you can about a particular German American newspaper publication. Where was it published? Who was the editor? When did it initiate and cease publication? Were there gaps in coverage, and was it ever published under an alternate name?

In this example, I expanded an article to view the nameplate of the 16 March 1801 (16ten Merz) edition of Die Harrisburger Morgenrothe. With this expanded view, we can read that this newspaper (diese zeitung) was published every Monday morning (Montag morgen) in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania.

masthead for the German American newspaper Die Harrisburger Morgenrothe 16 March 1801

Die Harrisburger Morgenrothe (Harrisburg, Pennsylvania), 16 March 1801, page 1

Some of this information can be confirmed at the Library of Congress’s website U.S Newspaper Directory, 1690-Present, located at http://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/search/titles/. Not only is it a comprehensive list of every known newspaper, but it also serves as a target list for potential research.

screenshot of the Library of Congress website, Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers

Credit: Library of Congress, Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers

For example, this is the information I found about the German American newspaper Die Harrisburger Morgenrothe using the Library of Congress Newspaper Directory site:

  • Title: Die Harrisburger Morgenrothe und Dauphin und Cumberland Caunties Anzeiger: (Harrisburg [Pa.]) 1827-1839
  • Alternative Titles: Harrisburger Morgenrothe, Morgenrothe
  • Place of publication: Harrisburg [Pa.]
  • Publisher: Wm. Boyer und J. Baab
  • Dates of publication: 1827-1839; Nr. 1476 (11 Aug. 1827)-Nr. 2142 (9 Mai 1839)
  • Frequency: Weekly
  • Language: German

Examples of German American Newspaper Mastheads

masthead for the German American newspaper Erie Tageblatt 8 January 1910

Erie Tageblatt (Erie, Pennsylvania), 8 January 1910, page 1

masthead for the German American newspaper New Yorker Volkszeitung 17 August 1804

New Yorker Volkszeitung (New York, New York), 17 August 1804, page 1

masthead for the German American newspaper Readinger Adler 8 July 1800

Readinger Adler (Reading, Pennsylvania), 8 July 1800, page 1

Example of a German American Newspaper Obituary (Gov. Frank Higgins)

obituary for Frank Higgins, Erie Tageblatt newspaper article 13 February 1907

Erie Tageblatt (Erie, Pennsylvania), 13 February 1907, page 1

For more information, read Mary’s earlier Blog article:

How to Do Genealogy Research with German-Language Newspapers

German American Newspapers at GenealogyBank

Discover a variety of genealogy records and news stories in these 33 German American newspapers:

Click on the image below to download a printable list of the German American newspapers in GenealogyBank for your future reference. You can save the list to your desktop and click the titles to go directly to your newspaper of interest.

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Irish American Genealogy & Family History Facts Infographic

Irish American Genealogy & Family History Facts Infographic

In celebration of Irish Heritage Month, here are some interesting facts about Irish ancestry in America.

Irish American Population Statistics

  • There are 34.5 million people who claim Irish ancestry in America
  • Approximately 11% of the total United States population is Irish American
  • There are over 7 times more people of Irish descent in the United States than the entire population of Ireland

History of Irish Immigration to America

There were 2 major waves of Irish immigration to America.

  1. The first immigration period was in the Colonial era of the 18th century. These people set sail from the northern provinces of Ireland looking for new lives as American pioneers. The migration consisted of approximately 250,000 Scots-Irish who were predominately Protestant. The major ports of entry for these incoming Irish immigrants were in New York and Philadelphia.
  1. The second wave of immigration was between 1846 and 1900. During this period approximately 2,873,000 people fled to America from the southern provinces of Ireland. This was primarily due to the Great Irish Potato Famine, which caused poverty and starvation throughout Ireland. These new arrivals were predominately of Catholic denomination. The major American ports of entry were in New York and Boston. The Irish also arrived on trains and ships from Canada, which was then called British North America.

Origins of the Saying “Luck of the Irish”

During the 1848-1855 California Gold Rush many Irish immigrants headed out West to mine silver & gold. Many Americans said the immigrants’ mining success was due to luck, not skill—hence the saying “Luck of the Irish.”

Common Irish Surnames

Here is a list of the top 10 most common Irish last names and their meanings:

  • Murphy – Sea Battlers
  • Kelly – Bright-headed Ones
  • O’Sullivan – Hawkeyed Ones
  • Walsh – Welshmen
  • O’Brien – Noblemen
  • Byrne – Ravens
  • Ryan – Little Kings
  • O’Connor – Patrons of Warriors
  • O’Neill - From a Champion, Niall of the Nine Hostages
  • O’Reilly – Outgoing People, Descendants of Reilly

Percentage of Irish Americans by State

The Northeastern United States has the highest concentration of Irish Americans. The following 9 states all have more than 15% Irish ancestry in their total populations. The states are listed in descending order from highest to lowest total Irish population percentages. Massachusetts has the highest percentage in the United States with 22.5% of its residents claiming Irish ancestry.

  1. Massachusetts
  2. New Hampshire
  3. Rhode Island
  4. Delaware
  5. Connecticut
  6. Vermont
  7. Pennsylvania
  8. New Jersey
  9. Maine

The following 9 U.S. states also have high Irish American populations of 12-14%. Montana has the highest in this range with 14.8% of its population claiming Irish ancestry.

  1. Montana
  2. Iowa
  3. Nebraska
  4. Wyoming
  5. New York
  6. Missouri
  7. Ohio
  8. Colorado
  9. Illinois

11% to 11.9% of the residents in the following 7 states claim Irish ancestry.

  1. Oregon
  2. Maryland
  3. Kansas
  4. Washington
  5. Minnesota
  6. Nevada
  7. West Virginia

The remaining states have less than 11% Irish ancestry in their total populations.

Famous Americans Who Are a Wee Bit Irish

From presidents to outlaws, there have been many famous Irish Americans throughout U.S. history. Here are a few of them:

  • John F. Kennedy a.k.a. JFK: 35th President of the United States
  • Henry Ford: Founder of Ford Motor Company
  • Barack Obama: 44th President of the United States
  • William Henry McCarty Jr. a.k.a. Billy the Kid: Outlaw
  • Judy Garland: Actress & Singer
  • Bill O’Reilly: TV Host & Political Commentator
  • Conan O’Brien: TV Host & Comedian
  • Grace Kelly: Actress & Princess of Monaco
  • Walter Elias Disney a.k.a. Walt Disney: Film Producer & Co-founder of the Walt Disney Company
  • Danica Patrick: NASCAR Driver
  • Eddie Murphy: Actor & Comedian
  • Mel Gibson: Actor & Film Producer

Top Irish Genealogy Records

The top genealogy records to trace your Irish roots are:

Did You Know?

Civil registration in Ireland didn’t begin until 1864, although some non-Catholic marriages were recorded as early as 1845. Fortunately for genealogists, Irish American newspapers routinely published the news of Irish births, marriages and deaths for more than half a century before Ireland started recording them.

Got a little Irish in you? Discover your Irish American ancestry at http://www.genealogybank.com/gbnk/ethnic/irish_american/

Follow GenealogyBank on social media with hashtag #IrishHeritage for more Irish American genealogy facts throughout Irish Heritage Month.

Sources:

http://www.biography.com/people/groups/famous-irish-americans

http://www.census.gov/newsroom/releases/archives/facts_for_features_special_editions/cb13-ff03.html

http://www.edwardtodonnell.com/

http://www.energyofanation.org/waves_of_irish_immigration.html

http://www.irishcentral.com/roots/The-10-most-popular-Irish-last-names-2-133737553.html?page=3

http://names.mongabay.com/ancestry/st-Irish.html

http://www.udel.edu/soe/deal/IrishImmigrationFacts.html

http://www.wikipedia.org/

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GenealogyBank’s Online Montana Newspaper Archives

Montana—“Big Sky Country”—is also known as “The Treasure State.” Montana officially became our 41st state in 1889, but there were newspapers published in Montana Territory decades before it achieved statehood.

photo of the Sun River in Montana

Photo: Montana’s Sun River. Credit: Wikipedia.

GenealogyBank has coverage of Montana’s newspapers spanning 1866 to Today. Dig in and find the stories about your family as they pioneered early America, including cowboys, miners, teachers and kids. Discover the truth about your Montana ancestry in news articles, obituaries, historical documents and more in GenealogyBank’s vast online newspaper archives.

Use this handy list of Montana newspapers to quickly navigate to your title of interest:

City Newspaper

Coverage

Collection

Anaconda Anaconda Standard

1/2/1898 – 12/31/1922

Newspaper Archives

Big Fork West Shore News

3/24/2009 – Current

Recent Obituaries

Bigfork Bigfork Eagle

7/16/2004 – Current

Recent Obituaries

Billings Billings Gazette

10/2/2009 – Current

Recent Obituaries

Bozeman Bozeman Daily Chronicle

6/4/1996 – Current

Recent Obituaries

Butte Butte Weekly Miner

1/2/1896 – 5/23/1901

Newspaper Archives

Columbia Falls Hungry Horse News

7/13/2004 – Current

Recent Obituaries

Helena Helena Independent

1/1/1898 – 12/31/1900

Newspaper Archives

Helena Montana Herold

5/4/1893 – 7/11/1901

Newspaper Archives

Helena Helena Weekly Herald

11/15/1866 – 11/25/1869

Newspaper Archives

Helena Montana Radiator

1/27/1866 – 10/13/1866

Newspaper Archives

Helena Independent Record

10/2/2009 – Current

Recent Obituaries

Kalispell Daily Inter Lake

9/23/2004 – Current

Recent Obituaries

Libby Western News

8/6/2004 – Current

Recent Obituaries

Missoula NewWest

3/10/2005 – Current

Recent Obituaries

Missoula Missoulian

10/2/2009 – Current

Recent Obituaries

Plains Clark Fork Valley Press

1/8/2008 – Current

Recent Obituaries

Polson Lake County Leader & Advertiser

12/3/2008 – Current

Recent Obituaries

Sidney Sidney Herald

1/12/2001 – Current

Recent Obituaries

Whitefish Whitefish Pilot

7/13/2004 – Current

Recent Obituaries

More Newspapers Online for Genealogists from GenealogyBank

GenealogyBank has added the backfiles of more than 100 newspapers from 28 U.S. states! This is great news for genealogists—so start searching now.

Every day we work to fill in missing issues in our newspaper archives of more than 6,100 titles so that you can do deeper genealogy research. Thousands of newspaper pages were added in this latest addition, totaling more than 25 million articles to help you fill in the gaps on your family tree.

Five newspapers (marked with an asterisk in the table below) are titles new to GenealogyBank.

These new titles include one newspaper from Florida and four from Georgia:

  • Plant City Observer (Plant City, Florida)
  • Fayette Chronicle (Fayetteville, Georgia)
  • Fayette County News (Fayette, Georgia)
  • Today in Peachtree City (Fayetteville, Georgia)
  • East Coweta Journal (Senoia, Georgia)

Here is the complete list of our latest newspaper additions. Each title is an interactive link taking you directly to that newspaper’s search form.

State City Title Date Range Collection
Arkansas Little Rock Arkansas Gazette 01/29/1878–11/05/1898 Historical Newspapers
Arkansas Little Rock Arkansas Weekly Gazette 08/01/1824–11/27/1866 Historical Newspapers
Arkansas Little Rock Morning Republican 03/20/1868–03/20/1868 Historical Newspapers
California Sacramento Weekly Rescue 02/01/1864–09/20/1877 Historical Newspapers
California San Francisco San Francisco Abend Post 01/12/1871–12/30/1876 Historical Newspapers
Connecticut Hartford Connecticut Courant 01/03/1852–12/26/1874 Historical Newspapers
Connecticut New Haven Columbian Register 11/26/1859–11/26/1859 Historical Newspapers
Connecticut New Haven Connecticut Journal 09/27/1825–02/24/1835 Historical Newspapers
Connecticut New Haven Daily Herald 05/18/1839–12/15/1843 Historical Newspapers
Connecticut New Haven New Haven Palladium 09/19/1863–09/19/1863 Historical Newspapers
Connecticut New London New London Daily Chronicle 08/02/1852–07/15/1861 Historical Newspapers
Connecticut Norwich Norwich Aurora 06/11/1864–07/29/1868 Historical Newspapers
Florida Pensacola Pensacola Gazette 06/12/1830–04/08/1848 Historical Newspapers
Florida Plant City Plant City Observer* 07/12/2012–Current Newspaper Obituaries
Georgia Augusta Augusta Chronicle 05/04/1799–03/26/1882 Historical Newspapers
Georgia Augusta Daily Constitutionalist 10/31/1861–11/07/1869 Historical Newspapers
Georgia Fayetteville Fayette Chronicle* 08/25/2011–Current Newspaper Obituaries
Georgia Fayetteville Fayette County News* 12/02/2010–Current Newspaper Obituaries
Georgia Fayetteville Today in Peachtree City* 05/02/2012–Current Newspaper Obituaries
Georgia Savannah Georgian 01/09/1830–05/10/1830 Historical Newspapers
Georgia Savannah Savannah Republican 12/08/1807–03/04/1825 Historical Newspapers
Georgia Senoia East Coweta Journal* 11/11/2010–Current Newspaper Obituaries
Kentucky Lexington Kentucky Gazette 08/07/1823–12/22/1826 Historical Newspapers
Louisiana New Orleans Times-Picayune 01/01/1906–01/01/1906 Historical Newspapers
Maine Portland Daily Eastern Argus 08/18/1863–03/17/1888 Historical Newspapers
Maryland Baltimore Baltimore American 04/30/1903–06/04/1911 Historical Newspapers
Maryland Easton Easton Star 04/30/1844–04/15/1856 Historical Newspapers
Massachusetts Boston American Traveller 01/20/1826–09/30/1834 Historical Newspapers
Massachusetts Boston Boston Commercial Gazette 01/02/1823–06/25/1829 Historical Newspapers
Massachusetts Boston Boston Evening Transcript 07/01/1857–05/31/1862 Historical Newspapers
Massachusetts Boston Boston Herald 11/07/1920–11/14/1920 Historical Newspapers
Massachusetts Boston Boston Post 02/06/1862–10/08/1866 Historical Newspapers
Massachusetts Boston Boston Recorder 01/01/1821–05/03/1872 Historical Newspapers
Massachusetts Boston Saturday Morning Transcript 11/19/1831–11/21/1835 Historical Newspapers
Massachusetts Boston Trumpet and Universalist Magazine 06/07/1834–06/07/1834 Historical Newspapers
Massachusetts Lowell Lowell Patriot 01/02/1835–04/06/1837 Historical Newspapers
Massachusetts Nantucket Nantucket Inquirer 08/08/1825–07/24/1840 Historical Newspapers
Massachusetts New Bedford New-Bedford Mercury 05/14/1869–05/14/1869 Historical Newspapers
Massachusetts New Bedford Whaleman’s Shipping List and Merchants’ Transcript 02/25/1845–03/06/1855 Historical Newspapers
Massachusetts Newburyport Newburyport Herald 01/02/1838–03/17/1846 Historical Newspapers
Massachusetts Springfield Springfield Union 12/01/1963–12/01/1963 Historical Newspapers
Massachusetts Stoughton Wicked Local: Avon* 12/01/2008–Current Newspaper Obituaries
Massachusetts Worcester Massachusetts Spy 03/03/1876–03/03/1876 Historical Newspapers
Michigan Kalamazoo Kalamazoo Gazette 05/27/1917–05/27/1917 Historical Newspapers
Minnesota Winona Winona Post* 02/12/2006–Current Newspaper Obituaries
Mississippi Indianola Indianola Enterprise-Tocsin* 09/16/2010–Current Newspaper Obituaries
Montana Helena Helena Weekly Herald 05/09/1867–05/09/1867 Historical Newspapers
New Hampshire Amherst Amherst Village Messenger* 01/09/1796–12/05/1801 Historical Newspapers
New Hampshire Concord New Hampshire Patriot 10/24/1878–10/24/1878 Historical Newspapers
New Hampshire Concord New Hampshire Patriot* 10/24/1878–10/24/1878 Historical Newspapers
New Hampshire Concord Republican Gazette 09/06/1802–09/06/1802 Historical Newspapers
New Hampshire Portsmouth Portsmouth Journal of Literature and Politics 12/16/1876–12/16/1876 Historical Newspapers
New Jersey Newark Centinel Of Freedom 09/18/1821–09/19/1876 Historical Newspapers
New Jersey Newark Newark Daily Advertiser* 01/03/1834–12/31/1836 Historical Newspapers
New York Albany Albany Argus 12/08/1829–01/05/1855 Historical Newspapers
New York Albany Albany Evening Journal 2/28/1854–6/27/1872 Historical Newspapers
New York Albany Daily Albany Argus 05/25/1826–09/08/1875 Historical Newspapers
New York Auburn Auburn Journal and Advertiser 01/13/1841–04/20/1842 Historical Newspapers
New York Auburn Cayuga Tocsin 01/02/1812–07/06/1814 Historical Newspapers
New York Auburn Wisconsin Chief 01/04/1849–12/28/1852 Historical Newspapers
New York Batavia Republican Advocate 11/19/1819–07/27/1821 Historical Newspapers
New York New York Commercial Advertiser 01/06/1845–12/31/1850 Historical Newspapers
New York New York Courrier des Etats-Unis 03/29/1862–12/10/1882 Historical Newspapers
New York New York Daily Graphic 07/01/1875–04/13/1876 Historical Newspapers
New York New York Evening Post 07/08/1822–11/08/1876 Historical Newspapers
New York New York Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Newspaper 10/24/1863–04/21/1866 Historical Newspapers
New York New York Morning Telegraph 1/12/1873–1/12/1873 Historical Newspapers
New York New York National Advocate 04/27/1821–01/31/1829 Historical Newspapers
New York New York New York Herald-Tribune 3/4/1880–3/4/1880 Historical Newspapers
New York New York Spectator 06/18/1845–12/27/1849 Historical Newspapers
New York Potsdam North Country Now* 05/22/2010–Current Newspaper Obituaries
New York Poughkeepsie Dutchess Observer 01/02/1822–04/26/1826 Historical Newspapers
New York Poughkeepsie Poughkeepsie Journal 08/25/1789–06/01/1814 Historical Newspapers
New York Schenectady Cabinet 05/31/1826–12/30/1856 Historical Newspapers
New York Stony Brook Statesman, The: SUNY, Stony Brook* 12/08/2008–Current Newspaper Obituaries
New York Utica Columbian Gazette 6/23/1807–6/23/1807 Historical Newspapers
North Carolina Belhaven Beaufort-Hyde News* 07/27/2011–Current Newspaper Obituaries
North Carolina Edenton Chowan Herald, The* 07/12/2011–Current Newspaper Obituaries
North Carolina Farmville Farmville Enterprise, The* 07/13/2011–Current Newspaper Obituaries
North Carolina Fayetteville Carolina Observer 02/24/1831–02/23/1863 Historical Newspapers
North Carolina Grifton Times-Leader, The* 07/20/2011–Current Newspaper Obituaries
North Carolina Hertford Perquimans Weekly* 07/13/2011–Current Newspaper Obituaries
North Carolina Hillsborough Hillsborough Recorder 10/30/1861–10/30/1861 Historical Newspapers
North Carolina Kenansville Duplin Times, The* 09/29/2011–Current Newspaper Obituaries
North Carolina Kenansville Duplin Today – Pink Hill Review* 03/08/2012–Current Newspaper Obituaries
North Carolina Snow Hill Standard Laconic, The* 07/13/2011–Current Newspaper Obituaries
North Carolina Williamston Martin County Enterprise and Weekly Herald* 08/02/2011–Current Newspaper Obituaries
North Carolina Windsor Bertie Ledger-Advance* 07/13/2011–Current Newspaper Obituaries
Ohio Bowling Green Sentinel-Tribune, The* 06/02/2012–Current Newspaper Obituaries
Ohio Cincinnati Cincinnati Daily Gazette 6/21/1867–5/26/1881 Historical Newspapers
Ohio Cleveland Plain Dealer 12/28/1893–07/08/1908 Historical Newspapers
Ohio Columbus Crisis 11/16/1864–10/07/1868 Historical Newspapers
Oklahoma Hobart Hobart Daily Republican 08/08/1908–05/29/1920 Historical Newspapers
Oklahoma Perry Perry Journal 11/07/1901–02/27/1902 Historical Newspapers
Oklahoma Perry Perry Republican 08/29/1918–08/29/1918 Historical Newspapers
Pennsylvania Canton Canton Independent-Sentinel, The* 02/05/2008–Current Newspaper Obituaries
Pennsylvania Harrisburg Patriot 01/13/1872–09/03/1921 Historical Newspapers
Pennsylvania Philadelphia Pennsylvania Journal 12/09/1742–09/18/1793 Historical Newspapers
Pennsylvania Reading Reading Adler 05/29/1855–12/12/1876 Historical Newspapers
Pennsylvania Washington Washington Reporter 03/09/1853–06/02/1869 Historical Newspapers
Pennsylvania Washington Washington Review and Examiner 09/27/1820–01/31/1877 Historical Newspapers
Rhode Island Providence Providence Evening Press 03/20/1872–01/07/1874 Historical Newspapers
South Carolina Charleston Charleston Courier 08/01/1834–02/20/1857 Historical Newspapers
South Carolina Georgetown Winyaw Intelligencer 12/30/1829–04/06/1831 Historical Newspapers
South Carolina Greenwood Index-Journal, The* 07/01/2012–Current Newspaper Obituaries
Texas Clarksville Standard 10/5/1850–10/5/1850 Historical Newspapers
Texas Dallas Dallas Morning News 1/24/1979–12/22/1984 Historical Newspapers
Utah Salt Lake City Salt Lake Telegram 01/07/1903–01/11/1921 Historical Newspapers
Vermont Bellows Falls Bellows Falls Gazette 03/07/1842–09/23/1843 Historical Newspapers
Vermont St. Albans St. Albans Daily Messenger 04/13/1893–08/06/1908 Historical Newspapers
Vermont St. Albans St. Albans Messenger 04/14/1859–01/22/1903 Historical Newspapers
Virginia Alexandria Alexandria Gazette 03/13/1850–12/31/1851 Historical Newspapers
Virginia Alexandria Virginia Journal* 01/05/1786–05/21/1789 Historical Newspapers
Virginia Richmond Richmond Whig 07/13/1869–12/07/1869 Historical Newspapers
Washington Tukwila Tukwila Reporter* 08/18/2012–Current Newspaper Obituaries

 

 

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

Historical Newspapers

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

Historical Newspapers

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

Historical Newspapers

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

Historical Newspapers

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

Historical Newspapers

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

Historical Newspapers

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

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

Historical Newspapers

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

Historical Newspapers

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

Historical Newspapers

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

Historical Newspapers

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

Historical Newspapers

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

Historical Newspapers

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

Historical Newspapers

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

Historical Newspapers

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

Historical Newspapers

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

Historical Newspapers

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

Historical Newspapers

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

Historical Newspapers

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

Historical Newspapers

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

Historical Newspapers

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

Historical Newspapers

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

Historical Newspapers

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

Historical Newspapers

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

Historical Newspapers

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

Historical Newspapers

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

Historical Newspapers

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

Historical Newspapers

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

Historical Newspapers

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

Historical Newspapers

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

Historical Newspapers

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

Historical Newspapers

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

Historical Newspapers

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

Historical Newspapers

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

Newspaper Obituaries

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

Newspaper Obituaries

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

Newspaper Obituaries

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

Newspaper Obituaries

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

Newspaper Obituaries

Monthly Update: GenealogyBank Adds 24 Million Records in April!

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 (we actually added new content to thousands of titles, but the following is a representative sample):

  • A total of 99 newspaper titles from 29 U.S. 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 archive interests you, simply click on that newspaper’s title: it is an active link leading to that paper’s search form.

Abbr State City Title Date Range Collection
AZ Arizona Tucson Arizona Citizen and Weekly Tribune 07/29/1876–07/29/1876 Historical Newspapers
CA California Calistoga Weekly Calistogan, The* 09/04/2003–Current Newspaper Obituaries
CA California Escondido North County Times* 01/02/2001–Current Newspaper Obituaries
CA California Hemet Hemet News* 1/6/1899–12/30/1927 Historical Newspapers
CA California Napa American Canyon Eagle* 09/07/2004–Current Newspaper Obituaries
CA California Napa Napa Valley Register* 01/01/2001–Current Newspaper Obituaries
CA California San Diego San Diego Union 9/6/1937–12/30/1983 Historical Newspapers
CA California San Francisco San Francisco Abend Post 05/12/1871–05/12/1871 Historical Newspapers
CA California St. Helena St. Helena Star* 03/03/2005–Current Newspaper Obituaries
CA California Temecula Californian, The* 07/14/2003–Current Newspaper Obituaries
CA California Twentynine Palms Observation Post: Marine Corps Combat Center* 01/16/2009–Current Newspaper Obituaries
CT Connecticut Hartford American Mercury 09/24/1832–11/05/1832 Historical Newspapers
CT Connecticut Norwich Norwich Aurora 03/17/1866–10/18/1871 Historical Newspapers
DC District of Columbia Washington (DC) Evening Star* 12/16/1852–12/14/1872 Historical Newspapers
GA Georgia Augusta Augusta Chronicle 06/30/1906–06/30/1906 Historical Newspapers
GA Georgia Augusta Daily Constitutionalist 05/01/1861–12/31/1869 Historical Newspapers
GA Georgia Marietta Marietta Journal 5/12/1988–10/19/1988 Historical Newspapers
GA Georgia Savannah Daily Georgian 07/30/1822–07/30/1822 Historical Newspapers
HI Hawaii Lihue Garden Island, The* 11/10/1999–Current Newspaper Obituaries
IA Iowa Muscatine Muscatine Journal* 10/01/2000–Current Newspaper Obituaries
IA Iowa Riverside Highland Review, The* 12/15/2011–Current Newspaper Obituaries
IL Illinois Highland Highland Union 01/11/1867–05/27/1910 Historical Newspapers
IL Illinois Rockford Daily Register Gazette 8/16/1924–1/23/1925 Historical Newspapers
IL Illinois Rockford Morning Star 11/20/1923–7/21/1937 Historical Newspapers
IL Illinois Rockford Register Star 7/1/2007–7/31/2007 Historical Newspapers
IL Illinois Rockford Rockford Journal* 8/14/1875–12/7/1878 Historical Newspapers
IL Illinois Rockford Rockford Weekly Gazette* 10/2/1873–3/17/1886 Historical Newspapers
IL Illinois Springfield Daily Illinois State Journal* 6/16/1848–7/12/1903 Historical Newspapers
IL Illinois Springfield Daily Illinois State Register* 1/2/1849–12/31/1855 Historical Newspapers
IL Illinois Springfield Illinois State Register 05/03/1844–05/03/1844 Historical Newspapers
IL Illinois Springfield Illinois Weekly State Journal* 11/10/1831–12/26/1849 Historical Newspapers
IN Indiana South Bend South Bend Tribune* 01/01/2011–Current Newspaper Obituaries
KY Kentucky Corbin News Journal, The* 01/04/2012–Current Newspaper Obituaries
KY Kentucky Frankfort Frankfort Argus 09/24/1823–12/05/1832 Historical Newspapers
LA Louisiana Baton Rouge Advocate 1/24/1975–1/24/1975 Historical Newspapers
LA Louisiana Baton Rouge Daily Advocate 3/2/1906–10/30/1906 Historical Newspapers
LA Louisiana Baton Rouge State Times Advocate 1/1/1923–2/24/1959 Historical Newspapers
MA Massachusetts New Bedford New-Bedford Mercury 06/05/1857–06/05/1857 Historical Newspapers
MA Massachusetts Springfield Hampden Whig 06/12/1833–06/12/1833 Historical Newspapers
MA Massachusetts Worcester Massachusetts Spy 07/11/1832–11/19/1875 Historical Newspapers
MD Maryland Bel Air National American 03/18/1859–11/09/1866 Historical Newspapers
MD Maryland Fredericktown Political Intelligencer 10/07/1820–10/07/1820 Historical Newspapers
MO Missouri Bethany Bethany Republican-Clipper* 10/26/2011–Current Newspaper Obituaries
MO Missouri Farmington Farmington Press* 02/12/2003–Current Newspaper Obituaries
MO Missouri Fredericktown Democrat News* 01/31/2003–Current Newspaper Obituaries
MO Missouri Park Hills Daily Journal* 06/20/2000–Current Newspaper Obituaries
MO Missouri St. Louis Missouri Gazette and Public Advertiser 8/17/1808–8/17/1808 Historical Newspapers
MT Montana Helena Montana Radiator 01/27/1866–10/13/1866 Historical Newspapers
NE Nebraska Columbus Columbus Telegram, The* 09/19/1999–Current Newspaper Obituaries
NE Nebraska David City David City Banner-Press, The* 09/13/2011–Current Newspaper Obituaries
NE Nebraska Fremont Fremont Tribune* 08/16/2000–Current Newspaper Obituaries
NE Nebraska Omaha Omaha World Herald 8/4/1886–8/10/1922 Historical Newspapers
NE Nebraska Schuyler Schuyler Sun, The* 10/20/2011–Current Newspaper Obituaries
NH New Hampshire Portsmouth Portsmouth Journal of Literature and Politics 11/11/1865–12/30/1876 Historical Newspapers
NJ New Jersey Newark New Jersey Deutsche Zeitung* 04/12/1880–06/15/1884 Historical Newspapers
NY New York Albany Albany Argus 11/17/1829–12/31/1873 Historical Newspapers
NY New York Auburn Auburn Journal and Advertiser 06/17/1846–06/17/1846 Historical Newspapers
NY New York New York New York Age 08/30/1890–08/30/1890 Historical Newspapers
NY New York New York New-York Morning Post 09/20/1788–09/20/1788 Historical Newspapers
NY New York Schoharie Schoharie Observer 10/28/1818–01/02/1822 Historical Newspapers
OH Ohio Akron Akron Beacon Journal: Blogs* 08/15/2005–Current Newspaper Obituaries
OH Ohio Canton Repository 7/16/1879–12/30/1911 Historical Newspapers
OH Ohio Chillicothe Supporter and Scioto Gazette 01/02/1822–01/02/1822 Historical Newspapers
OK Oklahoma Tulsa Tulsa World 11/05/1917–11/05/1917 Historical Newspapers
PA Pennsylvania Carlisle Sentinel, The* 06/01/1997–Current Newspaper Obituaries
PA Pennsylvania Harrisburg Patriot 06/06/1901–12/30/1922 Historical Newspapers
PA Pennsylvania Philadelphia Pennsylvania Journal 10/30/1755–06/12/1793 Historical Newspapers
PA Pennsylvania Shippensburg Shippensburg Sentinel, The* 09/23/2010–Current Newspaper Obituaries
PA Pennsylvania Washington Washington Reporter 04/07/1823–12/27/1876 Historical Newspapers
PA Pennsylvania Washington Washington Review and Examiner 05/22/1824–05/13/1826 Historical Newspapers
RI Rhode Island Providence Providence Evening Press 11/29/1864–07/19/1873 Historical Newspapers
RI Rhode Island Westerly Westerly Pawcatuck Press, The* 07/01/2009–Current Newspaper Obituaries
SC South Carolina Charleston Charleston Courier 10/02/1826–06/17/1833 Historical Newspapers
SC South Carolina Charleston Charleston News and Courier 1/1/1969–12/31/1970 Historical Newspapers
TX Texas Austin Daily Texan, The: University of Texas at Austin* 04/20/2010–Current Newspaper Obituaries
TX Texas Dallas Dallas Morning News 3/21/1984–8/14/1984 Historical Newspapers
TX Texas Houston Cypress Creek Mirror: Champions Edition* 09/15/2011–Current Newspaper Obituaries
TX Texas Houston Cypress Creek Mirror: Klein Edition* 03/15/2012–Current Newspaper Obituaries
UT Utah Provo Daily Herald* 02/27/2001–Current Newspaper Obituaries
UT Utah Salt Lake City Salt Lake Telegram 04/22/1902–04/22/1902 Historical Newspapers
VA Virginia Alexandria Alexandria Gazette 07/08/1870–11/29/1873 Historical Newspapers
VA Virginia Norfolk Norfolk Gazette and Publick Ledger 12/21/1810–07/14/1813 Historical Newspapers
VA Virginia Richmond Richmond Examiner 4/8/1861–5/10/1866 Historical Newspapers
VA Virginia Richmond Richmond Times Dispatch 5/18/1930–3/18/1938 Historical Newspapers
VA Virginia Richmond Richmond Whig 06/03/1834–02/28/1873 Historical Newspapers
VT Vermont St. Albans St. Albans Messenger 12/29/1910–12/29/1910 Historical Newspapers
VT Vermont St. Johnsbury Caledonian-Record 1/2/1925–3/31/1925 Historical Newspapers
VT Vermont Windsor Vermont Journal 9/24/1821–9/24/1821 Historical Newspapers
VT Vermont Windsor Vermont Republican 05/14/1821–12/10/1821 Historical Newspapers
WA Washington Longview Daily News, The* 11/01/2000–Current Newspaper Obituaries
WA Washington Quincy Crescent Bar Chronicle* 05/21/2011–Current Newspaper Obituaries
WI Wisconsin Baraboo Baraboo News-Republic* 01/01/2004–Current Newspaper Obituaries
WI Wisconsin Beaver Dam Daily Citizen* 01/27/2004–Current Newspaper Obituaries
WI Wisconsin Columbus Columbus Journal* 01/26/2010–Current Newspaper Obituaries
WI Wisconsin Mauston Juneau County Star-Times* 01/22/2004–Current Newspaper Obituaries
WI Wisconsin Portage Daily Register* 01/07/2004–Current Newspaper Obituaries
WI Wisconsin Portage Wisconsin Dells Events* 02/26/2005–Current Newspaper Obituaries
WI Wisconsin Reedsburg Reedsburg Times-Press* 01/28/2004–Current Newspaper Obituaries
WI Wisconsin Sauk City Sauk Prairie Eagle* 05/18/2005–Current Newspaper Obituaries

Family History Expos – Georgia 2011

Georgia Family History Expo – Duluth, Georgia 2011

Over 400 genealogists gathered in Duluth, Georgia, for the annual Family History Expo held at the Gwinnett Center on Nov. 11-12, 2011.

Now in its second year, this conference has the size and feel of a national conference. There were over 60 informative family history sessions taught by two dozen experienced national speakers. Topics covered at this premier event for genealogists ranged from “Searching Your Scottish Ancestors” to “Special Sources for Confederate Research in the National Archives.” Thanks to the conference’s solid organization and the Gwinnett Center’s well-managed layout, it was easy for genealogists to mingle with nationally-recognized speakers and take the time to ask meaningful, detailed questions.

For example, the Family History Expo made it easy for working genealogists to attend by having sessions scheduled well into the evening. Working genealogists that couldn’t make the day-time sessions could attend sessions at night as well as all day on Saturday.

The speakers and vendors each shared their latest genealogy insights and tips. One nifty new application I learned about at this conference is a free family tree software program from TreeSeek.com. This application creates a nine-generation family tree fan chart that is easy to share with relatives and other researchers, as shown below. TreeSeek pulls family data from Geni or FamilySearch.Genealogists will find this free family tree software program a terrific way to easily share some of their family discoveries with relatives over the Holidays.

In addition to traditional family tree charts this program can also create a “Name Cloud” familiar to those of us working with 21st Century genealogy computing. Tom Kemp, GenealogyBank’s Director of Genealogy Products, gave three lectures at the Expo, all focused on the value of newspapers for genealogists.

Friday, Nov. 11: “African American Newspapers”

(Beginner Level) Tom talked about the more than 270

African American newspapers in GenealogyBank’s collection, published from 1827-1999—the largest collection of African American newspapers online. He provided practical advice for genealogists, such as: methods for efficient searching; and how to clip and save newspaper articles about your family. The lecture gave practical examples of the type of information family historians can find in these old newspapers, such as this obituary of Mary Stamps that appeared in the Atlanta Age (Georgia) 13 January 1900, page 2.

Saturday, Nov. 12: “21st Century Genealogy”
(All Levels) For this lecture, Tom concentrated on the ten essential online resources that you need to research your family online, save time, and improve the accuracy of your family history. He showed his audience how to cut through the clutter on the Internet and focus on the ten core resources with the reliable, essential content that genealogists use to document and preserve their family trees.

Genealogy sites Tom discussed included:
· Ancestry
· FamilySearch
· GenealogyBank
· Google Books
· Internet Archive
· Scribd

As Tom told his audience: “It’s a great day for genealogy! Researchers need to know about these terrific online genealogy resources.” Saturday, Nov. 12: “Newspapers: Finding the Details about Your Family”
It was standing room only for this 2011 Family History Expo session, in which Tom explained how to use the more than 5,700 newspapers in GenealogyBank’s
online newspaper archives, published from 1690-Today. He taught how to search efficiently, and clip and save newspaper articles about your family—providing practical tips for searching these online newspapers published over the past three centuries.

GenealogyBank doubles in size

GenealogyBank has added more than 306 million newspaper articles!

One year ago we had 174 million articles. Today we have 480 million newspaper articles – in 4,300 newspapers — in all GenealogyBank has over 566 million books, documents and records on the entire site!!

We have more than doubled in size in one year!!

If you haven’t searched GenealogyBank in awhile – it is time to sign-up and discover your ancestors. Do it now!

We make it easy – you can even search all of GenealogyBank for free.
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GenealogyBank has more obituaries, more of what you’re searching for.
GenealogyBank is the best old newspaper site on the planet. Period!

Here is a partial list of the titles – more is being added every day!
Alaska. Anchorage. Anchorage Gazette*. 1992-12-01 to 1993-01-01
Arkansas. Arkansas Post. Arkansas Gazette. 1821-09-01 to 1900-07-12
Jonesboro, AR. Jonesboro Evening Sun. 1905-01-05 to 1922-12-29
California. Los Angeles. Los Angeles Tribune. 1959-01-02 to 1959-05-15
Colorado. Colorado Springs. Gazette-Telegraph. 1914-01-05 to 1921-04-23
Connecticut. Bridgeport. Spirit of the Times*. 1830-10-06 to 1832-09-26
Danbury, CT. Republican Journal*. 1793-07-01 to 1800-01-06
Danielson, CT. Windham County Transcript. 1876-09-21
CT Litchfield, CT. Sun*. 1835-04-25 to 1839-04-13
Middletown, CT. Constitution. 1856-01-01 to 1856-12-03
Middletown, CT. Middlesex Gazette*. 1829-01-07 to 1830-12-29
Mystic, CT. Mystic Journal*. 1863-01-03 to 1867-03-02
New Haven. Black Coalition Weekly*. 1972-03-06 to 1972-09-14
New London, CT. New London Daily Chronicle. 1848-04-26 to 1848-10-12
New London, CT. New London Democrat. 1847-04-24
Norwich, CT. Norwich Republican. 1828-12-02 to 1830-06-19
Stamford, CT. Stamford Sentinel*. 1832-03-13 to 1835-03-16 DC.
Washington. Daily National Intelligencer. 1842-01-03 to 1869-06-23
Delaware. Georgetown, CT. Sussex Countian. 2009-10-02 to Current
Smyrna, DE. Smyrna-Clayton Sun-Times. 2009-10-02 to Current
Florida. Boca Grande. Boca Beacon, The. 2009-10-02 to Current
Chiefland, FL. Chiefland Citizen. 2009-10-02 to Current
Georgia. Jonesboro. Clayton News Daily. 2009-10-02 to Current
McDonough. Henry Daily Herald. 2009-10-02 to Current
Tifton, GA. Tifton Gazette. 2009-10-02 to Current
Idaho. Idaho City. Idaho Register. 1907-11-22 to 1915-03-09
ID. Twin Falls, ID. Twin Falls News. 1918-05-24 to 1921-10-20
Illinois. Centralia. Centralia Sentinel. 1863-09-03 to 1863-11-12
Chicago, IL. Second Ward News*. 1935-12-14 to 1938-04-02
Chicago, IL. Spokesman*. 1933-01-07 to 1933-03-18
Chicago, IL. Vorbote. 1875-07-17 to 1876-12-23
Dixon, IL. Sauk Valley Newspapers. 2009-10-02 to Current
Macomb, IL. Macomb Eagle. 2009-10-02 to Current
Macomb, IL. Macomb Journal. 2009-10-02 to 2009-10-03
Macomb, IL. Voice, The. 2009-10-08 to Current
Marion, IL. Marion Daily Republican, The. 2009-10-02 to Current
Quincy, IL. Quincy Whig. 1868-07-25 to 1876-11-29
Indiana. Boonville, Newburgh, IN. Boonville Standard & Newburgh-Chandler Register. 2009-10-14 to Current
Indianapolis, IN. Indiana Democrat. 1830-08-14 to 1841-06-09
Terre Haute, IN. Wabash Courier. 1837-05-25 to 1850-08-24
Iowa. Hamburg. Hamburg Reporter. 2009-10-02 to Current
Osceola, IA. Osceola Sentinel-Tribune. 2009-10-02 to Current
Kansas. Girard. Girard City Press, The. 2009-10-02 to Current
KS. Kansas City. Plaindealer*. 1932-05-20 to 1958-11-07
KS. Topeka. Plaindealer. 1899-01-06 to 1912-06-28
KS. Wichita. Negro Star. 1920-05-07 to 1950-12-29
Louisiana. Covington. St. Tammany News. 2009-10-02 to Current
LA. New Orleans. Times-Picayune. 1893-06-25 to 1893-06-25
Massachusetts. Boston. Boston Daily Advertiser*. 1860-01-03 to 1900-12-31
MA. Boston. Boston Journal. 1893-05-02 to 1893-08-31
MA. Gloucester. Gloucester Telegraph. 1834-02-05 to 1847-12-29
MA. Salem. Salem Observer. 1830-09-18
MA. Springfield. Springfield Republican*. 1923-12-30 to 1946-09-26
MA. Stoughton. Stoughton Sentinel. 1865-08-19 to 1876-07-29
MA. Taunton. Taunton Daily Gazette. 2009-10-02 to Current
Maryland. Baltimore. Baltimore Bulletin. 1875-01-02 to 1875-07-31
MD. Baltimore. Maryland Journal. 1773-08-20 to 1795-02-14
MD. Bel Air. Southern Aegis. 1857-07-11 to 1857-12-26
MD. Cumberland. Phoenix Civilian. 1837-04-01 to 1840-01-04
MD. Easton. Maryland Herald. 1794-07-01 to 1797-05-30
MD. Frederick. Reservoir and Public Reflector*. 1828-09-23 to 1829-07-28
Michigan. Grand Rapids. Afro-American Gazette*. 1991-01-01 to 1995-08-07
MI. Grand Rapids. Grand Rapids Press. 1915-11-22
MI. Jackson. Jackson Citizen Patriot. 1903-10-20 to 1922-12-31
MI. Jackson. Jackson Citizen*. 1837-01-23 to 1918-12-22
Missouri. Kansas City. Kansas City Times. 1886-05-07 to 1893-11-12
MS. Vicksburg. Daily Commercial. 1879-10-09 to 1882-07-10
Montana. Helena. Independent Record. 2009-10-02 to Current
North Carolina. Burgaw. Pender Post, The. 2009-10-08 to Current
NC. Fuquay-Varina. Fuquay-Varina Independent. 2009-10-02 to Current
NC. Garner. Garner News. 2009-10-02 to Current
NC. Laurinburg. Laurinburg Exchange, The. 2009-10-02 to Current
NC. Lousiburg. Franklin Times, The. 2009-10-03 to Current
NC. Lumberton. Robesonian, The. 2009-10-02 to Current
NC. Mt. Airy. Mt. Airy News, The. 2009-10-02 to Current
NC. New Bern. Newbern Sentinel*. 1824-01-24 to 1825-12-31
NC. Sylva. Sylva Herald & Ruralite, The. 2009-10-02 to Current
NC. Walnut Cove. Stokes News, The. 2009-10-02 to Current
North Dakota. Grand Forks. Evening Times*. 1906-01-03 to 1914-03-28
ND. Williston. Williston Daily Herald. 2009-10-02 to Current
Nebraska. Broken Bow. Custer County Chief. 2009-10-02 to Current
New Hampshire. Dover. New Hampshire Republican*. 1825-10-04 to 1829-10-30
New Jersey. Edgewater. Edgewater View. 2009-10-02 to Current
NJ. Newton. AIM Sussex County. 2009-10-02 to Current
NJ. Ramsey. Ramsey Suburban News. 2009-10-02 to Current
NJ. Ridgewood. Ridgewood News, The. 2009-10-02 to Current
NJ. Rockaway. AIM Jefferson. 2009-10-02 to Current
NJ. Salem. Today’s Sunbeam. 2009-10-02 to Current
NJ. Trenton. Trenton Evening Times. 1909-10-311921-10-07; 1972-12-30 to 1993-03-15 NJ. Trenton. New Jersey State Gazette*. 1792-09-19 to 1799-12-31
NJ. West Milford. AIM West Milford. 2009-10-02 to Current
New York. Albany. Sojourner-Herald*. 1995-04-01 to 1998-11-01
NY. Albany. Temperance Recorder*. 1833-05-07 to 1833-11-05
NY. Corning. Leader, The. 2009-10-02 to Current NY. Goshen. Orange County Gazette*. 1815-05-02
NY. Herkimer. Evening Telegram, The. 2009-10-02 to Current
NY. Hornell. Evening Tribune, The. 2009-10-02 to Current
NY. Kingston. Ulster Gazette. 1803-12-17 to 1821-05-30
NY. Kingston. Rising Sun*. 1793-12-28 to 1798-01-13
NY. Little Falls. Evening Times, The. 2009-10-02 to Current
NY. New York. Morning Telegraph. 1870-01-02
NY. New York. New York Herald. 1875-04-20 to 1898-12-31
NY. New York. New York Herald-Tribune. 1856-01-01 to 1876-12-30
NY. New York. New Yorker Volkszeitung. 1889-05-05 to 1898-08-18
NY. New York. Weekly Visitor*. 1818-05-02 to 1823-10-25
NY. Norwich. Evening Sun, The. 2009-10-03 to Current
NY. Poughkeepsie. Political Barometer*. 1802-06-08 to 1809-12-27
NY. Poughkeepsie. Ulster Republican*. 1836-01-06 to 1836-11-18
NY. Rochester. Frederick Douglass’ Paper*. 1852-06-24 to 1859-07-22
NY. Rondout. Rondout Freeman*. 1845-07-19 to 1847-09-18
NY. Wellsville. Wellsville Daily Reporter. 2009-10-02 to Current
Ohio. Chillicothe. Scioto Gazette*. 1808-01-04 to 1821-02-15
OH. Cincinnati. Cincinnati Daily Enquirer. 1866-01-02 to 1866-06-30
OH. Cincinnati. Cincinnati Volksfreund. 1864-10-18
OH. Cincinnati. Cincinnati Chronicle and Literary Gazette*. 1827-02-17 to 1829-10-24
OH. Cincinnati. Cincinnati Times-Star*. 1871-07-01 to 1875-06-30
OH. McArthur. Vinton County Courier. 2009-10-02 to Current
OH. Portsmouth. Community Common, The. 2009-10-02 to Current
OH. Sandusky. Sandusky Register. 1851-11-27 to 1856-05-26
OH. St. Clairsville. Ohio Federalist*. 1817-12-11
OH. Steubenville. Steubenville Herald*. 1825-02-26 to 1825-03-05
OH. Wooster. Wooster Republican. 1858-01-07 to 1862-10-23

Look for the rest of the list in the days ahead!

It’s a great day for genealogy!

Sign up for GenealogyBank now and see what you’ll find about your family!
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