November Update: GenealogyBank Just Added 5 Million More Records!

Every day, GenealogyBank is working hard to digitize more newspapers and obituaries, expanding our collection to give you the largest newspaper archives for family history research available online. We just completed adding 5 million more U.S. genealogy records, vastly increasing our content coverage from coast to coast! Here are some of the details about... (Read More)

Arizona Archives: 73 Newspapers for Genealogy Research

Arizona became a state on 14 February 1912 – the 48th state to join the Union, and the last of the nation’s contiguous states. AZ is the country’s sixth largest state and the 15th most populous. One of the Four Corners states (it touches Colorado), Arizona has borders with four other states (New Mexico,... (Read More)

65 Arizona Newspapers Now Online for Your Genealogy Research

Arizona—the last contiguous state admitted into the Union—became the nation’s 48th state on 14 February 1912. The sixth largest state in the U.S., Arizona features such remarkable natural landmarks as the Grand Canyon, Monument Valley and the Petrified Forest. If you are researching your ancestry from Arizona, you will want to use GenealogyBank’s online... (Read More)

Tombstone Territory: Arizona Newspapers Help You Research the Old West

It seems like almost every Western movie mentions Tombstone, Arizona. The evildoers were either from there, going there or found justice there. GenealogyBank has America’s big cities and small towns covered, with thousands of historical newspapers to help you explore your family history and indulge in your interest in early America’s “Wild West.” For... (Read More)