Georgia Archives: 141 Newspapers for Genealogy Research

The last of the original Thirteen Colonies and named after Great Britain’s King George II, Georgia was established in 1732. Its most populous city is Atlanta, the state capital. Georgia is the nation’s 24th largest state, and the 8th most populous. If you are researching your ancestry from Georgia, you will want to use... (Read More)

Extra! Extra! 5 Million More Newspaper Articles Recently Added!

Every day, GenealogyBank is working hard to digitize more U.S. newspapers and obituaries, expanding our online archives to give you the largest newspaper archives for family history research available on the web. We just completed adding 5 million more newspaper articles to the online archives, vastly increasing our news coverage of life in America... (Read More)

GenealogyBank adds 17 newspapers from 10 States

GenealogyBank adds 17 newspapers from 10 States.Arizona, Glendale. Glendale Star. Weekly. 12/13/2002 – CurrentArizona, Glendale. Peoria Times. Weekly. 01/17/2003 – Current Georgia, Atlanta. Atlanta Jewish Times. Weekly. 01/11/2008 – Current Indiana, Goshen. Goshen News. Daily. 11/10/2007 – CurrentIndiana, Lebanon. Reporter. Daily. 06/25/2008 – CurrentIndiana, Shelbyville. Shelbyville News. Daily. 06/02/2009 – Current Kansas, Derby. Derby... (Read More)

Archivists that have recently passed away

These archivists have recently passed away. Sister Veronica Grzelak. (1926-2009)Archivist for Immaculate Heart of Mary Province for ten yearsConnecticut Post (Bridgeport, CT) – May 3, 2009 Nicholson, Harman C.B. (1920-2009)Archivist to the Chief of the Highland Clan MacNicol (Scotland)Atlanta Journal-Constitution (GA) – April 29, 2009 Rehberg, Lois E. (Lawrie). (1923-2009)Bay View Historical Society and... (Read More)