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About The Afro-American. [volume] (Baltimore, Md.) 1892-1899
Baltimore, Md. (1892-1899)
- The Afro-American. [volume] : (Baltimore, Md.) 1892-1899
- Place of publication:
- Baltimore, Md.
- Geographic coverage:
- Afro-American Co.
- Dates of publication:
- Began Aug., 1892; ceased in 1899.
- African American newspapers--Maryland.
- African American newspapers.--fast--(OCoLC)fst00799278
- African Americans--Maryland--Baltimore--Newspapers.
- African Americans.--fast--(OCoLC)fst00799558
- Baltimore (Md.)--Newspapers.
- Also issued online.
- Available on microfilm from the Library of Congress for the Committee on Negro Studies of the American Council of Learned Societies, and Recordak.
- Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 32 (Apr. 29, 1893); title from caption.
- Merged with: Ledger (Baltimore, Md.); to form: Afro-American ledger.
- sn 83009626
- Succeeding Titles:
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- First Issue Last Issue
The Afro-American. [volume] April 29, 1893 , Image 1
About this Newspaper
A portion of the issues digitized for this newspaper were microfilmed as part of the Miscellaneous Negro newspapers microfilm collection, a 12 reel collection containing issues of African American newspapers published in the U.S. throughout the 19th and 20th centuries. Creation of the microfilm project was sponsored by the Committee on Negro Studies of the American Council of Learned Societies in 1947. For more information on the microfilm collection, see: Negro Newspapers on Microfilm, a Selected List (Library of Congress), published in 1953. While this collection contains selections from more than 150 U.S. newspapers titles, for further coverage, view a complete list of all digitized African American titles available in the Chronicling America collection.
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