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    27 Colonial Newspapers to Trace Your Early American Ancestry By Tony Pettinato | Posted on January 23, 2014 by Tony Pettinato Long-established American families have family trees that stretch back to the Colonial Era in the 17th and 18th centuries, before the United States became an independent country. Finding vital statistics and other genealogical information about these early Colonial ancestors from that time period can be difficult, as some vital records simply were not officially kept before and during the 1700s, or have been destroyed through war, accident or the passage of time.

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    Here is a list of 27 Colonial-era newspapers available online from Genealogy Bank's blog!

  • Jocelyn Claudio

    Here is a list of 27 Colonial-era newspapers available online. Read more on the GenealogyBank blog: “27 Colonial Newspapers to Trace Your Early American Ancestry.” http://blog.genealogybank.com/27-colonial-newspapers-to-trace-your-early-american-ancestry.html

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