Augusta, Georgia, Newspapers Now Online: Coverage from 1700s Forward

GenealogyBank has newspapers from Augusta, Georgia, online from 1792 to today. Wow—that’s a lot of newspapers recording the history of the Garden City in the heart of Dixie.

city seal and logo for Augusta, Georgia
Illustration: Augusta city seal and logo. Credit: Wikipedia.

You can learn so much more than just the basic facts about your family tree when you research your genealogy in these historical and recent Augusta newspapers. Discover your Southern ancestors’ marriage announcements, obituaries, and personal stories—everything that tells us the fabric of their lives.

Dig into our online archives and discover your GA ancestry now!

NewspaperDate RangeCollection
Augusta Chronicle1/7/1792 – 11/30/2003Newspaper Archives
Augusta Chronicle1/1/1994 – CurrentRecent Obituaries
Augusta Herald7/17/1799 – 12/28/1815Newspaper Archives
Augusta Union1/27/1900 – 1/27/1900Newspaper Archives
Colored American12/30/1865 – 1/13/1866Newspaper Archives
Daily Constitutionalist3/19/1833 – 12/31/1869Newspaper Archives
Loyal Georgian1/20/1866 – 2/15/1868Newspaper Archives
Southern Centinel11/28/1793 – 5/31/1798Newspaper Archives

One thought on “Augusta, Georgia, Newspapers Now Online: Coverage from 1700s Forward

  1. Augusta, GA newspapers were also primary newspapers for nearby parts of South Carolina. My SC ancestors sent all of their social notices to the Augusta Chronicle.

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