GenealogyBank – FREE eBooks on Select Research Topics
I love newspapers! They bring so much color to the research I do as well as sometimes provide me with “evidence” that might not be found elsewhere.
I associate GenealogyBank with newspapers. That is a happy association.
Though GenealogyBank is a subscription service, to get you “hooked” on how valuable newspapers can be to your research (really not too much effort needed to get us interested and we all have a budget we have to work to!), they also have produced some eBooks that look at various ways that newspapers might help you with your research.
· Historical Advertising: Missing, For Sale, Wanted & More – Gain Insights Into Your Ancestors’ Lives
What other subscription databases/services also have some FREE resources to benefit family historians?
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