Michigan Archives: 148 Newspapers for Genealogy Research

On 26 January 1837 Michigan was admitted into the Union as the 26th state, doubling the nation’s original total of 13. Located in the Great Lakes region, Michigan (including the Upper Peninsula) is America’s largest state east of the Mississippi River, and the 9th most populous state in the U.S. If you are researching... (Read More)

Michigan Newspaper Archives: Search 120+ MI Newspapers Online

Read the history of your ancestors from “The Wolverine State” as they lived it, day by day. Dig into GenealogyBank’s deep newspaper archives of old Michigan newspapers from 1837 to today. Read about Michigan’s history from the exploits of Father Marquette to current news. Our Michigan newspaper archives contain over 30 million articles—just click... (Read More)

More Newspapers Online for Genealogists from GenealogyBank

GenealogyBank has added the backfiles of more than 100 newspapers from 28 U.S. states! This is great news for genealogists—so start searching now. Every day we work to fill in missing issues in our newspaper archives of more than 6,100 titles so that you can do deeper genealogy research. Thousands of newspaper pages were... (Read More)

Lowell, MA newspaper archive (1830-1879, 2001-Today) live on GenealogyBank

Photo: The confluence of the Concord and the Merrimack Rivers in Lowell, Massachusetts. Photo by Britt Stock, U.S. Geological Survey. (Photo courtesy, USGS.Gov) Lowell, MA newspaper archive (1830-1879, 2001-Today) live on GenealogyBank.com Click here to search all Lowell, Massachusetts newspapers. Click here to search each newspaper by title: Lowell Daily Citizen and News 1856-1879Lowell... (Read More)