Discover Your Ancestors in Historical Newspapers
This isn’t a brand-new service. It has been available for some time but I just “re-discovered” it. I was looking for information about an ancestor and I found it in www.newspapers.com, a service I had not used for a long time. Maybe you have forgotten about it also.
The web site proclaims:
“Search Historical Newspapers from the 1700s–2000s”
“Search for obituaries, marriage announcements, birth announcements, social pages, local sports action, advertisements, news articles, and more in the largest online newspaper archive.”
Other online statements include:
“Clip Articles, Obituaries, and Photos From Over 23,400+ Papers
“Clippings are an easy way to keep track of interesting things you find on Newspapers.com. You can clip an article, a page, a newspaper, a search, or another member’s profile. Once it’s clipped, you can easily find it again, share it with friends, and receive notifications when it’s updated.”
“Easily View, Print, Save, and Share Your Findings
“The Newspapers.com viewer is a powerful tool that lets you explore a newspaper page in detail, clip a page or article and print, save or share what you find. When you find something on Newspapers.com that you would like to have a copy of you can print the image directly from the viewer or you can download the image and save a digital copy.”
Newspapers.com may or may not help you in your search for genealogy information. You will never know until you try.
Newspapers.com is a service of Ancestry.com and is available at: https://go.newspapers.com.
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