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Title:
The Jerseyman. : (Morris-Town, N.J.) 1826-1931
Place of publication:
Morris-Town, N.J.
Geographic coverage:
  • Morristown, Morris, New Jersey  |  View more titles from this: City County, State
Publisher:
Samuel P. Hull
Dates of publication:
1826-1931
Description:
  • Ceased Oct. 9, 1931. Cf. Wright, W.C. and Stellhorn, P.A. Direct. of N.J. newspapers.
  • Vol. 1, no. 1 (Oct. 4, 1826)-
Frequency:
Daily (except Sun.) Dec. 8, 1919-1931
Language:
  • English
Subjects:
  • Morristown (N.J.)--Newspapers.
Notes:
  • Also issued on microfilm as part of the Civil War newspapers collection.
  • Democratic Republican, <1836>.
  • Editors: Samuel P. Hull, 1826-1852; Alanson A. Vance, 1852-<1877>.
  • Jerseyman index, 1849-1914.
  • Published without a masthead, <1829>.
  • Publishers: Samuel P. Hull, 1826-1852; John A. Hull, <1845>; Alanson A. Vance, 1852-<186>; Charles F. Axtell, Isaac R. Pierson, Alanson A. Vance, <1868>; Axtell & Pierson, <1869>; Vance & Stiles, <1870-1892>; Jerseyman, Inc., 1918-<1929>.
  • Republican. Cf. Rowell, 1869; Ayer, 1931.
LCCN:
sn 84026139
OCLC:
10302984
Holdings:
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