America's Obituaries & Death Notices includes records from more than 3,900 newspapers nationwide, available in one fully searchable database. This comprehensive resource features nearly 63 million listings - about 90% of all recent obituaries and death notices published in the United States. Search cities, states, regions, or the entire country with a map-based interface.
Hosted by the Library of Congress, Chronicling America is a nationwide historic newspaper digitization project that hosts digitized and full-text searchable newspapers from 1789 - 1963. Also available is a directory of American newspapers published between 1690 - present.
Search for ancestors in the U.S. Federal Census, family and local histories and city directories, Revolutionary War records, Freedman's Bank records, genealogical periodicals and selected congressional documents and reports from the American State Papers and U.S. Serial Set.
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