Baltimore newspapers 1775-1922

Search the back issues of the Baltimore Sun and 21 other Baltimore newspapers – 1775-1922 Click here and start searching Or, click and search specific newspapers: AmericanAmerican FarmerAmerican and Commercial Daily AdvertiserBaltimore AmericanBaltimore BulletinBaltimore Daily IntelligencerBaltimore Evening PostBaltimore Gazette and Daily AdvertiserBaltimore PatriotBaltimore Price-CurrentBaltimore RecorderDemocratic RepublicanDunlap’s Maryland GazetteFederal GazetteFederal IntelligencerFederal RepublicanMaryland JournalMechanic’s Gazette; and... (Read More)

GenealogyBank adds more 20th Century Newspapers

GenealogyBank expands it’s coverage adding more 20th Century newspapers. We are pleased to announce even stronger 20th Century resources with the addition of these important newspapers from all parts of the United States. Georgia, Augusta Augusta Chronicle. Over 33 million articles. from 1793 to 1997We just added 10, 835 issues from 1/1/1950 to 12/31/1981... (Read More)

Julia Child (1912-2004)

This week the nation is remembering Julia Child – how much she contributed to our lives and how much fun she was to be with – via her books, newspaper columns, TV Show – The French Chef and interviews. Julia Child was born Julia Carolyn McWilliams – this week – August 15, 1912 in... (Read More)

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History of Father’s Day

Happy Father’s Day …..You can read about how Father’s Day came to be in this clipping from the Dallas Morning News – 13 Jun 1963.Whether you are searching for your ancestor’s in today’s newspaper or the last century you will depend on GenealogyBank to get the job done. Over 3,800 newspapers, all 50 States,... (Read More)

How do I find articles on Blacks in GenealogyBank?

I received an interesting question this morning. How do I find articles on Blacks in GenealogyBank? I have read thousands of articles on Blacks in the old newspapers, books and documents. But, what would be the best search strategies to focus on just those articles? It would be to look for specific names and... (Read More)

GenealogyBank adds more Army, Navy, Air Force Registers

GenealogyBank has added the 1970 military registers for the Army, Air Force, Navy & Marine Corps. US Army Register – 1970U.S. Army Register. Volume I. Regular Army active list. 1 January 1970. U.S. Army Register. Volume II. Army, NGUS, USAR, and other active lists. 1 January 1970. U.S. Army Register. Volume III. Retired lists.... (Read More)

"I sank the Bismarck"

The London Daily Telegraph (9 June 2009) is reporting that it was John Moffat, an RAF pilot, who dropped the torpedo that led to the sinking of the Bismarck on May 28, 1941. (Click here to read the entire article Dallas Morning News 31 May 1941). The sinking of the Bismarck is a powerful... (Read More)