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About The Semi-weekly telegraph. (Great Salt Lake City, Utah) 1864-1869
Great Salt Lake City, Utah (1864-1869)
The Semi-weekly telegraph. : (Great Salt Lake City, Utah) 1864-1869
- Place of publication:
- Great Salt Lake City, Utah
- Geographic coverage:
- [T.B.H. Stenhouse]
- Dates of publication:
Ceased with Dec. 30, 1869 issue?
Vol. 1, no. 1 (Oct. 10, 1864)-
- Ogden (Utah)--Newspapers.
- Salt Lake City (Utah)--Newspapers.
- Salt Lake County (Utah)--Newspapers.
- Weber County (Utah)--Newspapers.
- Available on microfilm from The State Historical Society of Wisconsin.
- Daily eds.: Salt Lake daily telegraph; Salt Lake daily telegraph and commercial advertiser.
- Editors: T.B.H. Stenhouse, 1864-1869; E.L. Sloan, 1869.
- Extra printed in English and Danish, Oct. 12, 1865. With Oct. 16, 1865 items in Danish printed under heading, "Dansk lœsning."
- From Oct. 30, 1865, published in a Northern and Southern edition.
- Illustration, Jan. 8, 1866: new railway power printing press.
- Published at Ogden, Utah, May-July 1869.
- Publisher's name recorded in Alter, J.C. Early Utah journalism, 1938.
- Suspended July 29-Aug. 23, 1869. Cf. NIM.
- sn 83025536
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