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Impartial gazetteer, and, Saturday evening's post. [microfilm reel] (New York, N.Y.) 1788-1788
In these times. [volume] (Chicago, Ill.) 1976-current
Independence daily news. (Independence, Mo.) 1954-1963
The Independent reflector. [microfilm reel] ([Place of publication not identified]) 1752-1753
The Indian leader. [volume] (Lawrence, Kan.) 1897-current
The Instructor. [microfilm reel] (New-York) 1755-1755
The Investigator, and general intelligencer. [microfilm reel] (Providence, R.I.) 1827-1829
Jackson County democrat. (Independence, Mo.) 1907-1912
The Jeffersonian. [microfilm reel] (Albany, N.Y.) 1838-1839
The Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel. [microfilm reel] (Boston) 1829-1831
The Kansas City advertiser. [volume] (Kansas City, Kan.) 1923-1928
The Kansas City daily Democrat. (Kansas City, Mo.) 1926-1940
Kansas City daily journal of commerce. [volume] (City of Kansas [Kansas City, Mo.]) 1863-1867
The Kansas City evening star. [volume] (Kansas City, Mo.) 1883-1885
Kansas City Jewish chronicle. [volume] (Kansas City [Mo.]) 1920-current
Kansas City journal. [volume] (Kansas City, Mo.) 1897-1928
The Kansas City Kansan. [volume] (Kansas City, Kan.) 1916-current
The Kansas City star. [volume] (Kansas City, Mo.) 1885-current
The key. (Frederick Town [Md.]) 1798-1798
The ladies' garland. [microfilm reel] (Harpers-Ferry, Va.) 1824-1828
The Ladies' port folio. [microfilm reel] (Boston, Mass.) 1820-1820
The Ladies' weekly museum, or, Polite repository of amusement and instruction. [microfilm reel] (New York, N.Y.) 1817-1817
The liberator. [microfilm reel] (Boston) 1831-1865
Los Angeles times. [microfilm reel] (Los Angeles, Calif.) 1886-current
Maine farmer and journal of the useful arts. [microfilm reel] (Winthrop, Me.) 1833-1842
Maine farmer and mechanic's advocate. [microfilm reel] (Winthrop, Me.) 1842-1843
Maine farmer. [microfilm reel] (Augusta, Me.) 1844-1924
The man. [microfilm reel] (New York, N.Y.) 1834-1835
Masonic mirror, and Mechanic's intelligencer. [microfilm reel] (Boston, Mass.) 1824-182?
Massachusetts ploughman and New England journal of agriculture. [microfilm reel] (Boston, Mass.) 1866-1906
Massachusetts ploughman. [microfilm reel] (Boston, Mass.) 1841-1866
Merrimack magazine and ladies' literary cabinet. [microfilm reel] ([Newburyport, Mass.]) 1805-1806
Michigan farmer and state journal of agriculture. [microfilm reel] (Detroit) 1869-1905
The Microscope and general advertiser. [microfilm reel] ([New Albany, Ind.]) 1824-1825
The Microscope, and independent examiner. [microfilm reel] (Albany [N.Y.]) 1821-1824
The microscope. [microfilm reel] (Louisville, Ky.) 1824-1824
The microscope. [microfilm reel] (Albany, N.Y.) 1824-18??
The miscellany. [microfilm reel] ([Trenton, N.J.]) 1805-1805
Morris's national press. [microfilm reel] (New-York) 1846-1846
The Mutual rights, & c. [microfilm reel] ([Place of publication not identified]) 1824-1828
National Catholic reporter. [volume] ([Kansas City, Mo.]) 1964-current
The National era [[microform].] (Washington, D.C.) 1847-1860
The National museum, and Weekly gazette. [microfilm reel] ([Baltimore, Md.]) 1813-1814
The National pilot. [microfilm reel] (New-Haven) 1821-1823
National police gazette. [microfilm reel] (New-York) 1845-????
The National principia. (New-York [N.Y.]) 1866-1866
New leader with which is combined the American appeal. [volume] (New York, N.Y.) 1928-1937
The new leader. [volume] (New York, N.Y.) 1924-1928
The new South. [volume] (Port Royal, S.C.) 1862-1867
The new star. [microfilm reel] (Concord, N.H.) 1797-1797