New Newspapers added to Fulton History

Fulton History has added more newspapers to the millions of newspaper pages that were already on the website. In the past all newspapers were from New York State. Now the majority of the added newspapers are from other states and a few newspapers from Canada. If you have visited there before, you can limit the …

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New Newspapers added to Fulton History

Fulton History has added more newspapers to the millions of newspaper pages that were already on the website. All the added newspapers are from New York State. If you have visited there before, you can limit the search to only see new “hits.”On the bottom of the search box are selections for dates called “File …

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Family Story of a Broadway Performer

Back in the 1960s my grandmother told me that her brother’s wife, Stella, had been on Broadway. Not only that, but that she also knew Jeanette MacDonald and Sydney Greenstreet. I thought that grandma was confused or just plain wrong. Many years later when I entered Stella into my genealogy program, I entered a note …

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Fairport, NY newspapers

The Rochester Regional Library Council (RRLC) has a new website called Historical Newspapers of the Rochester, New York Region that has as the first part of the project, online newspapers for Fairport, NY. Included are these newspapers: Fairport Herald (February 1873-March-1889, April 1890-December 1895, 1896-April 1925) Fairport Herald-Mail (May-December 1925) Fairport-Perinton Herald-Mail (1980-1992) Monroe County …

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Fulton History revisited

Most people who have done genealogy research in this part of New York State eventually end up at the Fulton History website. Tom Tryniski started by putting old newspapers online from his area. Now he has over 11 million pages that cover the area from Buffalo to Watertown to Poughkeepsie. As Tom keeps adding newspapers …

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