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About The People's rights, and organ of the National Reform Association [microform]. (New York) 1844-1844
New York (1844-1844)
The People's rights, and organ of the National Reform Association [microform]. : (New York) 1844-1844
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- Place of publication:
- New York
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- John Windt & George H. Evans
- Dates of publication:
Began in 1844; ceased in 1844.
- Semiweekly (every Wednesday and Saturday)
- New York (N.Y.)--Newspapers.
- New York County (N.Y.)--Newspapers.
- Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 18 (July 24, 1844).
- Editor: George H. Evans.
- Founded by G.H. Evans, this magazine was an organ of the National Reform Association and was one of the more important of the magazines devoted to the interests of the working man. Contents included foreign and domestic news, news of elections, poetry, and advertisements. Cf. American periodicals, 1741-1900.
- Several pages are creased, faded, stained, and have print show-through, with some loss of text.
- The Working man's advocate (New York, N.Y. : Mar. 1844) is published at the same office.
- sf 89091826
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