By Richard E. Lingenfelter
This bibliography of Nevada's newspapers vastly expands on past works; greater than 800 courses are incorporated in addition to an appendix of early newspapers from border states that stated usually on Nevada. The authors supply a short historic comic strip of every booklet, printing and possession information, including a listing and placement of recognized copies of the unique papers, plus present microfilm holdings. a superb source for students and family tree buffs who want entry to the data newspapers offer.
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On November 27, it became a triweekly. Phillips returned to Austin in May, 1864, still in feeble health and evidently ill with consumption. Unable to resume the burden of managing a growing newspaper, he sold the paper to his lessees, the Fairchilds, and retired to his former home in Illinois, where he died the following autumn. Fairchild issued the first number of the Daily Reese River Reveille. Fairchild sold his interest in the paper to O. Booth managed the paper as sole editor and proprietor until January 30, 1882, when Alf Doten took over the editorship, to be followed by John W.
He moved the plant to neighboring Rhyolite, where he continued the paper, needless to say, under that hard won name Bullfrog Miner. Hose, to found the Caliente Express three weeks later. Oct 1904–Dec 1904) No issues located. Hose, from the plant of the defunct Progress. Preston assuming the editorship. ” But its new owner did no better, as the paper suspended two weeks later on December 26, 1908. He finally suspended publication on February 1, 1913. This duel ended finally with the purchase of the News by the Pioche Record Company, who suspended it on June 27, 1925.
With Sproule as editor, this partnership ran the paper for a year and a half, enlarging it to a semiweekly on September 11, 1880. George, formerly of the Lewis Herald, served as editor for one year. Six weeks later, the day after Christmas, 1884, the paper suspended, a victim of the deepening depression in silver mining. Sproule undertook to start his own paper at Battle Mountain. Sproule removed the material to Elko, where he used it to found the Elko Free Press on January 5, 1883. Lander Free Press: (Jul 1 1881–Dec 28 1882) NvU — Jl 8 1881–D 28 1882 film — Jl 8 1881–D 28 1882 Ref: files Central Nevadan For three weeks following the suspension of the Battle Mountain Messenger on December 26, 1884, the town and surrounding mines were without a newspaper.