On June 1, 2023, the Canadian government will release the digitized records of the 1931 Census of Canada. This highly anticipated event will reveal a
Author: Jenny Ashcraft
Even though it’s been 82 years since the Japanese attack at Pearl Harbor, those who lost family members on December 7, 1941, continue to mourn
We’re pleased to announce the addition of The Roanoke Times to our collection of Virginia papers. Founded as the first daily paper in the area
In 2018, Elizabeth Bell, a member of our Newspapers.com™ team, made a surprising discovery about her family history. She received the results of her Ancestry®
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 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
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.