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About The New-Albany Argus. (New-Albany, Ind.) 1836-1840
New-Albany, Ind. (1836-1840)
The New-Albany Argus. : (New-Albany, Ind.) 1836-1840
- Place of publication:
- New-Albany, Ind.
- Geographic coverage:
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- C.W. Hutchen
- Dates of publication:
Began in 1836; ceased in 1840.
- Indiana--New Albany.--fast--(OCoLC)fst01212578
- New Albany (Ind.)--Newspapers.
- Also issued on microfilm from the Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
- Also published in three times a week ed. called: New-Albany tri-weekly Argus.
- Began as a campaign paper supporting Martin Van Buren. Cf. Miller, J.W. Ind. newspaper bibliography.
- Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 33 (Sept. 12, 1839).
- Publishers: Denison & Hineline, 1836-1838; Hutchen & Thompson, <1838>; C.W. Hutchen, <1839>; Thompson & Virden, <1839>.
- sn 82016334
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