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130 0 $a Downeaster (Calais, Me.)
245 14 $a The Downeaster.
260 $a Calais, Me. : $b Wm. R. Snow
300 $a volumes
310 $a Weekly
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362 1 $a Began with Feb. 18, 1837 issue; ceased with Dec. 27, 1838 [i.e. 1837] issue. $z Cf. Griffin, J. Hist. of the press of Maine, 1872.
500 $a Editor: Benjamin Williams.
500 $a Printer: William R. Snow.
500 $a "Democratic."
588 $a Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 17 (June 10, 1837).
700 1 $a Williams, Benjamin.
752 $a United States $b Maine $c Washington $d Calais.
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