More Newspapers, from California to Washington, D.C., Coming Soon!

GenealogyBank adds more records to several thousand newspapers every day to provide you with enhanced coverage for your family research. Our next batch of current newspaper additions will span across the U.S., from California to Washington, D.C., including some recent newspapers from the heartland in Iowa and South Dakota. This round of expansion, we’ll... (Read More)

Handy Quick List: 25 New Orleans, Louisiana, Newspapers Now Online

GenealogyBank is growing fast—we now have over 25 New Orleans, Louisiana, newspapers online. That’s a lot of local city papers to research your ancestry from the largest city in Louisiana! Trace your genealogy from “The Big Easy,” one of the most interesting, diverse, multi-lingual and multi-cultural metropolitan areas in the U.S. Here is the... (Read More)

13th Amendment Ratified, Abolishing Slavery in America

Our online archive of old newspapers is a great resource to help with your family history research, filling in details on your family tree. It’s also a good way to learn about the times your ancestors lived in, and better understand their lives. For example, if your ancestors were alive on Dec. 6, 1865,... (Read More)

Celebrate Family History Month with GenealogyBank – Special Offer

Celebrate Family History Month with GenealogyBank – ENJOY 75% OFFIn celebration of family history month, GenealogyBank has extended their 75% OFF membership savings thru this weekend!Featuring more than 4,400 U.S. newspapers, over 1 billion names from all 50 states, GenealogyBank is the most extensive historical online newspaper archive designed specifically for family history research.... (Read More)

Listen my children and you shall hear…

“Bloody News – This town has been in a Continental Alarm since Mid-day ….. the attack began at Lexington (about 12 miles from Boston) by the regular troops, the 18th Infantry before sunrise…From thence they proceeded to Concord where they made a general attack…”Stirring news – as gripping as a bulletin on TV. Thanks... (Read More)