One of our members asked today what North Carolina and South Caronlina historical newspapers will we be adding to GenealogyBank.com in the coming months.
I fully intend to renew my subscription to your service… I also want to let you know that it would greatly help your service if you could expand what you have from … North Carolina and ….. South Carolina Newspapers…. I truly love your service so far and it has been a great help in my genealogical research.
Since many of our members are researching in those States – I thought I’d share the list of North and South Carolina titles that we will be adding in the months ahead. We are constantly updating the list of titles to be added so – even more titles could be on the way – but these are the titles that are on the list right now. I don’t have an exact date when these new titles will be fully loaded on GenealogyBank.
There are already over 90 NC & SC newspapers in GenealogyBank.com
List of NC & SC Newspapers GenealogyBank will be adding in the months ahead.
Carolina Observer. Fayetteville, NC 1825 to 1863
Hillsborough Recorder. Hillsborough, NC 1824 to 1865
Carolina Centinel. New Bern, NC 1821 to 1837
Carolina Sentinel. Newbern, NC 1821 to 1827
Semi-Weekly Standard. Raleigh, NC 1861 to 1863
Camden Journal. Camden, SC 1840 to 1842
Charleston Courier. Charleston, SC 1822 to 1872
Charleston Mercury. Charleston, SC 1860 to 1868
Charleston Tri-Weekly Courier. Charleston, SC 1822 to 1867
City Gazette and Daily Advertiser Courier. Charleston, SC 1832 to 1834
Investigator. Charleston, SC 1812 to 1814
Southern Evangelical Intelligencer. Charleston, SC 1821-1821
States Rights & Free Trade Evening Post. Charleston, SC 1831 to 1832
Telescope. Columbia, SC 1815 to 1817
Georgetown Gazette. Georgetown, SC 1817 to 1824
Winyaw Intelligencer. Georgetown, SC 1825 to 1833
As you can see, it is a lot of newspapers.
For a complete list of North Carolina and South Carolina newspapers in GenealogyBank click on North Carolina or South Carolina.
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