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Title:
The Bucksport hen. : (Bucksport, Hancock County, Me.) 18??-18??
Alternative Titles:
  • Hen
Place of publication:
Bucksport, Hancock County, Me.
Geographic coverage:
  • Bucksport, Hancock, Maine  |  View more titles from this: City County, State
Publisher:
Hype Jackson
Dates of publication:
18??-18??
Frequency:
Semiweekly
Language:
  • English
Subjects:
  • Bucksport (Me. : Town)--Newspapers.
Notes:
  • "All the News of Bucksport, Blue Hill, Tody Pond, Gidge's Ridge, Castine Fork and Elsewhere."
  • "One of the first Nation-wide advertising "stunts" was a facsimile of a small town country weekly, called The Bucksport Hen, which was distributed from a special advertising car from Portland, Maine, to Portland, Oregon in 1891. It was used to promote the road show starring Richard Golden in Old Jed Prouty, the location of which was the historic Jed Prouty Tavern in Bucksport. Some 500,000 copies of The Bucksport Hen were distributed from city to city across the Nation"--Hebert, Richard A. Modern Maine : its historical background, people and resources. New York : Lewis Historical Publishing. Co., 1951. Vol. 1, p. 555.
  • Description based on: Vol. 73, no. 42 (Dec. 11, 1877).
LCCN:
sn 84026794
OCLC:
10677574
Holdings:
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