Georgia Newspapers and Obituaries


Historical Newspapers Collection $$$
A search for all of the available historical newspaper collections on Ancestry. This database comprises the following newspapers from Georgia which are also, independently searchable.

Historical Newspapers, Birth, Marriage, & Death Announcements, 1851-2003 $$$
Newspapers are great sources of vital information. They can be used to supplement and verify information found in other vital records and are especially useful as vital record substitutes when actual vital records are either inaccessible or non-existent. This database is a collection of birth, marriage, and death announcements for the following years and major newspapers:

  • The Atlanta Constitution (1869-1929)
    These newspapers were indexed using Optical Character Recognition (OCR) technology. Search results will provide links to images of the original newspapers.

Digital Library of Georgia Historical Newspapers
The Digital Library of Georgia is a gateway to Georgia’s history and culture found in digitized books, manuscripts, photographs, government documents, newspapers, maps, audio, video, and other resources.

  • Albions Voice
    An alternative newspaper published in Savannah, Georgia during 1970. Albion’s Voice reported on the war in Vietnam, racism, women’s/gay liberation, environmental issues and counter-culture topics and events. No issue was dated, issues 3, 4, 5 were numbered and issues 1, 2, and 6 were assigned numbers by the archivist in approximate chronological order.
  • Andrew W. Cain Newspaper Collection Information
    Images of Dahlonega newspapers from 1864 to 1905 (with gaps).

    • The Golden Nugget
      Devoted to local, mining and general information
    • The Dahlonaga Signal
      A record of mining, political, local and literary news.
    • The Daily Signal
      Published daily during commencement, N.G.A. College.
    • The Signal & Advertiser
      A record of local, mining, political and literary news.
    • The Mountain Signal
      The Mountain Signal was published every Saturday. The publication featured both local and national news.
    • The Advertiser
      Devoted to Agricultural, Mechanical, Mineral, Religious and General Information. The Largest Bona-fide Town and County Circulation of any paper published in the County





Georgia Newspaper Abstracts
Georgia Historic Newspapers

Current Georgia Newspapers

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