How to Find Kingston-Frontenac Newspapers

Researching with public library resources can be confusing. That goes for newspapers, a resource of growing interest to family historians. Specialist ibrarians can help.
Recognizing that, local history and genealogy librarian Jo Stanbridge from the Kingston Frontenac Public Library has prepared a series of short videos giving advice on using their collection of area newspapers. Kingston newspapers date back to 1810.

If your ancestry is in the area, three videos presently available on YouTube will be of interest.

4 Replies to “How to Find Kingston-Frontenac Newspapers”

  1. Thanks Gail for posting! Found a article for the sale of a house in Kingston that was owned by an ancestor in Kingston. It appears to be still standing and in good shape.

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