How many languages are spoken in the United States?
You might think that number is 25 or 100—but it is actually 420 different languages!
According to a handy new infographic from FreePeopleSearch.org (see link below), 214 of those languages are indigenous to the U.S.—like Navajo and Cherokee—and 206 are immigrant languages—like French and German.
GenealogyBank reflects that linguistic diversity and has hundreds of newspapers that were published in German, French, Spanish and even one in Japanese.
For one example of our foreign language newspapers, see this article on German American Newspapers for Genealogy at GenealogyBank.
And here is an article about GenealogyBank’s Hispanic newspapers: Periódicos en Español—Hispanic American Newspapers Online. GenealogyBank has the largest collection of Spanish-language newspapers published in the U.S.
GenealogyBank’s deep newspaper archive is your best source for foreign language newspapers in the U.S.
Infographic: Many Languages One America
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