Georgia Archives: 141 Newspapers for Genealogy Research

The last of the original Thirteen Colonies and named after Great Britain’s King George II, Georgia was established in 1732. Its most populous city is Atlanta, the state capital. Georgia is the nation’s 24th largest state, and the 8th most populous. If you are researching your ancestry from Georgia, you will want to use... (Read More)

31 Million Records Added to Our Archives in February!

Every day, GenealogyBank is working hard to digitize more newspapers and obituaries, expanding our online collections to give you the largest newspaper archives for family history research available anywhere. In fact, we’ve already added 31 million new genealogy records to our historical newspaper archives and obituary archives this February 2012 and we’re just getting... (Read More)

Millions of New Newspaper Records Added in January

GenealogyBank adds new content daily to its U.S. newspaper archives, an expansive online collection of 5,850 newspapers and more than one billion articles and records—and growing! January 2012 was one of our best months ever: GenealogyBank added 31 million digitized records with newspapers from 31 states to our archives for you to search online.... (Read More)

New Site for Searching old Georgia Newspapers 1752-1947

GenealogyBank has created a special site for searching Georgia’s historical newspapers.Search Georgia’s Historical Newspapers – Click Here This site includes 20 newspapers from 1752 to 1947 – from 6 cities: AugustaAugusta Chronicle and Georgia AdvertiserAugusta HeraldSouthern Centinel ColumbusColumbus Daily EnquirerColumbus Ledger-Enquirer LouisvilleLouisville Gazette Macon Georgia Weekly TelegraphMacon TelegraphMacon Weekly Telegraph Milledgeville Georgia ArgusGeorgia JournalMilledgeville... (Read More)