If you have ancestors from Indian Territory or Oklahoma or are interested in Oklahoma history, you are in for a treat. We’ve partnered with the
Newspapers are an incredible resource for learning details about your ancestors’ lives. Simple searches can yield surprising insights. Expanded searches might result in genealogical breakthroughs.
On March 12, 1928, the St. Francis Dam in San Francisquito Canyon, northwest of Los Angeles, California, collapsed. A torrent of water rushed downstream, killing
We’ve gathered 10 intriguing dessert recipes that use unexpected ingredients—all found on Newspapers.com™! Bring one of these vintage desserts to a friend’s house, family dinner,
We are happy to announce the addition of the Tulsa World to our archives. The paper was founded in 1905 when Oklahoma was still a territory,
If you’ve ever given or received a fancy Valentine’s Day card, you may have Esther Howland to thank. Known as the “Mother of the American
Have you already tried the search techniques we suggested in our post “6 Basic Strategies for Searching on Newspapers.com™”? Here are 5 more ways you
Angel Island, known as the “Ellis Island of the West,” is in San Francisco Bay and was the first stop for many immigrants between 1910-1940.
Ever heard of Aunt Sammy? While she’s mostly been forgotten today, those who do remember her often do so because of the classic cookbook Aunt
Did you know the real Santa Claus came from Missouri? On April 4, 1888, William and Henrietta Claus of Saline County, Missouri, gave birth to