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.
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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,
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
During WWII, an intense German bombing campaign against the United Kingdom lasted eight months and became known as the Blitz. The Luftwaffe attacked London and
Some baking advice holds true no matter the decade. We combed Newspapers.com™ to find 15 baking tips from vintage newspapers that still prove useful today!
Love spells on Halloween? This was just one way some Americans celebrated October 31 in times past. Want to learn more? We used the historical
Remember digging through that cereal box to find the prize at the bottom? Manufacturers and retailers learned long ago that offering free items (called advertising
From stuffed celery in the 1920s to Beef Wellington in the 1980s, let’s look at 10 American food trends from the last century! Although the