Alabama Archives: 81 Newspapers for Genealogy Research

Originally part of the Mississippi Territory, Alabama became the nation’s 22nd state on 14 December 1819. It is the 30th largest state in the country, and the 23rd most populous. If you are researching your ancestry from Alabama, you will want to use GenealogyBank’s online AL newspaper archives: 81 titles to help you search... (Read More)

Tamales: One of My Family’s Favorite Hispanic Foods

Introduction: Gena Philibert-Ortega is a genealogist and author of the book “From the Family Kitchen.” In this blog article, Gena searches old newspapers to find recipes for one of her family’s favorites: tamales. Every now and then my family goes out and purchase tamales to have for dinner. It’s one of those Hispanic food... (Read More)

50 Alabama Newspapers Now Online for Your Genealogy Research

Last Saturday Alabama celebrated the 194th anniversary of its statehood—the “Heart of Dixie” was admitted into the Union on 14 December 1819 as the 22nd state. If you are researching your family roots in Alabama, you will want to use GenealogyBank’s online Alabama newspaper archives: 50 titles to help you search your family history... (Read More)

Search More than 45 Alabama Newspapers Online in Our Archive

GenealogyBank adds new content to its U.S. newspaper archives on a daily basis—a collection of newspapers from all 50 states, currently numbering more than 5,850 titles. Included in this online newspaper collection are more than 45 old and recent newspaper titles from Alabama, from cities and towns ranging from Albertville, AL, to Tuscumbia, AL.... (Read More)

GenealogyBank puts more newspapers online

GenealogyBank adds 19 more newspapers: Montana; Pennsylvania; Rhode Island; South Carolina; Tennessee; and Texas. Wow! That makes 290 newspapers added in the last few weeks – GenealogyBank now has over 4,200 newspapers. It’s a great day for genealogy! Sign up now and see what you’ll find about your family! Independent Record (Helena, MT) Obituaries:... (Read More)