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Title:
The Independent press. : (Lawrenceburgh, Ind.) 1850-1856
Alternative Titles:
  • Weekly independent press
Place of publication:
Lawrenceburgh, Ind.
Geographic coverage:
  • Lawrenceburg, Dearborn, Indiana  |  View more titles from this: City County, State
Publisher:
J.P. Chew
Dates of publication:
1850-1856
Description:
  • Ceased with vol. 6, no. 25? [misnumbered as 24] (Apr. 2?, 1856).
  • Vol. 1, no. 1 (Oct. 18, 1850)-
Frequency:
Weekly
Language:
  • English
Notes:
  • Called also: Dec. 5, 1851-Mar. 31, 1852, Weekly independent press.
  • Publishers: H.L. Brown and J.E. Goble, Oct. 18, 1850-Aug. 15, 1851; W.W. Hibben, Aug. 22, 1851-Oct. 13, 1852; J.P. Chew, Oct. 20, 1852-Apr. 2, 1856.
  • Subtitle: Apr. 18, 1851-Oct. 13, 1852 (varies slightly), "A weekly journal--devoted to agriculture, mechanic arts, literature, markets, general intelligence, etc."
  • Subtitle: Dec. 5, 1851-Oct. 13, 1852, "The advocacy of truth--the enlightenment of the people--and the perpetuity of our institutions."
  • Subtitle: Oct. 17, 1855-Apr. 2, 1856, "A family newspaper--devoted to the local interests of Dearborn county."
  • Subtitle: Oct. 20, 1852-Oct. 10, 1855, "A family newspaper--pledged to no party's arbitrary sway--willing to praise, but not afraid to blame."
LCCN:
sn 84045581
OCLC:
11475029
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