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The American Celt. (Boston [Mass.) 1850-1850
The American centinel and mercantile advertiser. (Philadelphia [Pa.]) 1816-1820
The American churchman. (Chicago, Ill. ;) 1862-1871
American citizen and general advertiser. (New York [N.Y.]) 1800-1802
The American citizen. (Topeka, Kan.) 1888-1909
American citizen. (New-York [N.Y.]) 1802-1810
The American citizen. (Baltimore [Md.]) 1879-1???
American commercial beacon and Norfolk & Portsmouth daily advertiser. (Norfolk [Va.]) 1818-1827
The American courier. (Greenville, Ill.) 1856-1858
The American courier. (Milwaukee, Wis.) 1939-194?
American eagle. (Catskill [N.Y.]) 1807-181?
American eagle. (Cleveland, Ohio) 1850-18??
The American eagle. (St. Louis, Mo.) 1894-19??
The American eagle. (Cumberland, Allegany County, Md.) 1809-1809
American eagle. (Litchfield, Conn.) 1822-182?
American farmer : rural economy, internal improvements, news, prices current. (Baltimore, Md.) 1819-1834
The American farmer. (Baltimore, Md.) 1874-1897
The American flag. (Matamoros) 1846-186?
American forum. (New York, N.Y.) 1916-19??
American freeman. (Milwaukie [i.e. Milwaukee], Wis.) 1844-1848
The American guardian. (Oklahoma City, Okla.) 1931-1942
The American guide. (Little Rock, Ark.) 1889-1???
The American herald, and general advertiser. (Philadelphia [Pa.]) 1784-1784
The American herald. (Boston [Mass.]) 1784-1788
The American journal, and general advertiser. (Providence, R.I.) 1779-1781
American journal. (Ithaca, N.Y.) 1817-1823
The American leader. (Milwaukee, Wis.) 1935-1936
The American manufacturer. (Pittsburgh [Pa.]) 1830-1842
The American mercury. (Hartford, Conn.) 1784-1833
American Minerva ; an evening advertiser. (New-York [N.Y.]) 1795-1796
American Minerva, and the New-York (evening) advertiser. (New-York [N.Y.]) 1794-1795
The American Minerva, patroness of peace, commerce, and the liberal arts. (New-York [N.Y.]) 1793-1794
American monitor. (Plattsburgh, N.Y.) 1809-1810
The American naval and commercial register. (Philadelphia [Pa.]) 1795-1795
The American Negro. (Springfield, Mo.) 1890-1890
The American nonconformist and industrial liberator. (Indianapolis, Ind.) 1891-1892
The American nonconformist and Kansas industrial liberator. (Winfield, Kan.) 1886-1891
The American nonconformist. (Indianapolis, Ind.) 1892-1896
The American observer. (Morrisville, Vt.) 1852-185?
American patriot. (Concord, N.H.) 1808-1809
The American progress. (Hammond, La.) 1939-1940
The American progress. (New Orleans, La.) 1933-1936
The American recorder, and the Charlestown advertiser. (Charlestown [Boston, Mass.]) 1785-1787
American republic and spirit of the times. (Cincinnati, Ohio) 186?-186?
The American republic. (Frankfort, Ken. [Ky.]) 1810-18??
American Republican and Baltimore daily clipper. (Baltimore, Md.) 1844-1846
American sentinel. (Middletown [Conn.]) 1823-1833
American sentinel. (Georgetown, Ky.) 18??-182?
The American sentinel. (Albion, Ills. [Ill.]) 1880-1???
The American star = L'Etoile américaine. (Philadelphia [Pa.]) 1794-1794