Mississippi Archives: 66 Newspapers for Genealogy Research

Mississippi, whose western border is primarily the Mississippi River, was admitted into the Union as the nation’s 20th state on 10 December 1817. The 32nd largest state in the country, Mississippi is the 31st most populous. If you are researching your ancestry from Mississippi, you will want to use GenealogyBank’s online MS newspaper archives:... (Read More)

How to Find the Black Sheep of Your Family in Old Newspapers

Introduction: Gena Philibert-Ortega is a genealogist and author of the book “From the Family Kitchen.” In this blog article, Gena writes about one of the more interesting aspects of genealogy: uncovering the stories of your “black sheep” ancestors. It’s no secret that I love researching black sheep ancestors when tracing my family tree. Why?... (Read More)

List of 50+ Mississippi Newspapers Online

Mississippi is in the heart of the Old South. Today there are three million Mississippians living in the Magnolia State—and millions more have lived in the Delta area since its first settlement over 300 years ago. With more than 50 Mississippi newspapers currently online and growing, GenealogyBank’s historical archives are your starting place for... (Read More)