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Title:
The Northern tribune. [volume] : (Bath, Me.) 1847-1855
Alternative Titles:
  • Northern tribune and Lincoln telegraph 1847
Place of publication:
Bath, Me.
Geographic coverage:
  • Bath, Sagadahoc, Maine  |  View more titles from this: City County, State
Publisher:
Chamberlain, Haines & Plummer
Dates of publication:
1847-1855
Description:
  • Began in 1847; ceased in 1855.
Frequency:
Weekly
Language:
  • English
Notes:
  • Daily ed.: Daily northern tribune, 1847-<1849>.
  • Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 5 (Nov. 19, 1847).
  • Editors: C.M. Plummer, Jan. 1849-<July 1849>; B.H. Meder, <1849-1850>; J.S. Baker, <1851>; C.C. Came, ; W.H. Crosby, <1854-1855>; E. Upton, Mar.-June 1855.
  • Merged with: Weekly mirror (Bath, Me.), to form: Northern tribune and weekly mirror.
  • Publishers: Charles H. Chamberlain, Cyrus M. Plummer, Jan.-Apr. 1849; George Ross, Cyrus M. Plummer, Apr. 1849-<July 1849>; George Ross, 1850-1855.
  • Triweekly ed.: Northern tribune (Bath, Me. : Triweekly).
  • Whig.
LCCN:
sn 82014359
OCLC:
8780588
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