More Spanish Language Newspapers going Online for Genealogists

GenealogyBank has the largest collection of Spanish language newspapers online for genealogists. That’s over 230 titles!1808-1977ArizonaNogales, AZ. Monitor. 1890Tucson, AZ. Amigos. 1975-1977Tucson, AZ. Fronterizo. 1892Tucson, AZ. Tucsonense. 1915-1923CaliforniaLos Angeles, CA. Aguacero. 1878Los Angeles, CA. Amigo del Pueblo. 1861Los Angeles, CA. Cinema. 1935Los Angeles, CA. Clamor Publico. 1855 – 1859Los Angeles, CA. Correo Mexicano. 1917Los... (Read More)

Happy National Doughnut Day!

My days of eating doughnuts are long gone – but it was 70 years ago that the first Friday in June was designated National Doughnut Day! Captain Hanson Gregory (1831-) of Camden, Maine gets the credit for inventing the modern doughnut – or at least the hole. He was a ship’s cook at age... (Read More)

¡Hola! – Hispanic Newspapers added to GenealogyBank

GenealogyBank has launched the Next Big Thing in genealogy – online resources:Hispanic Newspapers. This is the single largest compilation of Hispanic newspapers in the country. Cronista del Valle. Brownsville, TX – 20 April 1925 GenealogyBank has added the first 20 titles from 4 States – (IN, MO, NM, TX) -1855 to 1956. The entire... (Read More)

Halvor Moorshead Retires

For more than two decades Halvor Moorshead has been in the forefront of genealogy. Consistently on target his four publications Family Chronicle, Internet Genealogy, History Magazine and his newest title Discovering Family History are the best in the field. Readable and useful, you save each issue, mark them up and act on the suggestions,... (Read More)

GenealogyBank – Added Over 42.5 Million Records Last Year!

GenealogyBank reported explosive growth in 2007 increasing its digital archive with over 40 million historical newspaper articles and modern obituaries. GenealogyBank is quickly becoming the fastest growing newspaper archive for family history research with over 3,300 U.S. newspapers in all 50 states. The exclusive collection features newspapers from the 1600’s to the present day... (Read More)