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Constitutions of Ohio and Louisiana...

Item #647690

August 28, 1813

THE WEEKLY REGISTER, Baltimore, Aug. 28, 1813  Pages 1-4 contains five letters under the heading: "Further Executive Proceedings" signed in type by either James Monroe of  James Madison, concerning relations with Sweden. Also in the issue: "Events of the War" with much on the War of 1812 including letters signed in type by Henry Proctor, Isaac Chauncey and two by Wm. ... See More  

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Andy Jackson gets a promotion... Attacking Texas...

Item #647655

June 04, 1814

NILES' WEEKLY REGISTER, Baltimore, June 4, 1814  Inside has over 6 pages taken up with: "Events of the War" reporting on the on-going War of 1812. Among the reports are a letter from Col. Hawkins concerning the Creek Indian War, plus a lengthier letter signed in type: Andrew Jackson, with more reporting on the Creek War.

Another document is headed: "Traitors" beg... See More  

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Description of Louisiana...

Item #647617

July 27, 1816

NILES' WEEKLY REGISTER, Baltimore, July 27, 1816  Perhaps the best content in this issue is the nice front page article titled: "Darby's Louisiana" which carries over to take all of pg. 2 and most of pg. 3. This is a very early & descriptive article on this new land gained through the Louisiana Purchase less than 13 years prior. Included are two charts, one of the p... See More  

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Charleston during the Confederacy...

Item #647351

May 03, 1864

CHARLESTON DAILY COURIER, South Carolina, May 3, 1864  This was one of only a few newspapers from the Confederacy which printed: "Confederate States Of America" in the dateline. Among the front page items are: "Burnside's Movements--Grant Expected to Advance" "Our Victory in Louisiana--Official From Gen. Kirby Smith--Complete Defeat of the Enemy-Capture of Guns, S... See More  

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New Orleans from the earliest days of Butler's occupation...

Item #647349

February 15, 1862

THE DAILY DELTA, New Orleans, Louisiana, Feb. 15, 1862 

* Rare Confederate title

* From the deep South

Among the front page item are: "The Federal Raid Up the Tennessee River--Gen. Johnston's Order Disregarded" "What the Morning Journals Say" "Fort Donelson" "The 'Sinews of The War' -- Troubles of the Federal Treasury". There are also... See More  

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Rare Confederate title from Columbia, South Carolina, late in the war...

Item #646391

February 25, 1864

THE GUARDIAN, Columbia, South Carolina, Feb. 25, 1864 


A rare title from the Confederacy. Among the front page items are: "The American War in England" "Stafford's Louisiana Brigade" "Interesting Letter from Gen'l Beauregard" which includes the text of a form letter he sends to families who had a family member injured in the military, si... See More  

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Lincoln blocks southern ports... Rare title from the Confederacy...

Item #646386

April 30, 1861

WILMINGTON DAILY HERALD, North Carolina, April 30, 1861

* Beginning of the Civil War

* In a rare Confederate title

* Abraham Lincoln blockade

Wilmington was a major Atlantic Ocean port city for the Confederacy during the Civil War, and was one of the last ports to fall to Union forces in 1865. It ranked equal in size to Atlanta according to the 1860 census, and was a major point of entry ... See More  

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New Orleans... Texas cowboys... New Mexico...

Item #646347

December 01, 1883

FRANK LESLIE'S ILLUSTRATED, New York, Dec. 1, 1883  Full ftpg. shows: "The Evacuation Day Centennial---Grand Marine Procession Passing Up the East River" showing the Brooklyn Bridge. Prints inside include: "Texas--Types of the Cowboys of the Plains" "Louisiana--Sketches in & About New Orleans"; great doublpg. centerfold shows view of the grand parade cele... See More  

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From when New Orleans was in the Confederacy... Missouri votes to secede...

Item #646035

November 06, 1861

THE DAILY DELTA, New Orleans, Nov. 6, 1861  Truly Confederate newspapers from New Orleans are very difficult to find, as Admiral Farragut entered the mouth of the Mississippi in mid-April, 1862 and finally took New Orleans on April 28. Shortly thereafter Benjamin Butler moved in and took control of the city, it surrendering without a fight. So "Confederate" issues from New Orleans a... See More  

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Andy Jackson calls on free African-Americans to fight for their country...

Item #643210

December 03, 1814

NILES' WEEKLY REGISTER, Baltimore, Dec. 3, 1814  Two pages are taken up with a nice & detailed account headed:"Attack Upon Baltimore - British Account" as taken from the London Gazette Extraordinary.

Included is the: "Return of killed & wounded in the action with the enemy near Baltimore on the 12th September, 1814."

Further on is: "Events of the War&quo... See More  

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Louisiana & the Mississippi River described... Trouble with Indians in America...

Item #642792
THE GENTLEMAN'S MAGAZINE, London, August, 1763  Certainly the most significant item in this issue is the nearly 3 1/2 page article: "An Account of the Commerce of Louisiana" which is quite detailed (see for potions) and also includes: "...the Mississippi is a very rapid as far as the Missouri, which is about 1200 miles from its mouth, which, though it makes it difficult to ... See More  

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British Jew Bill... Engraving of a church in Charleston...

Item #640800

* Early Charleston SC church print

* The British Jew Bill - Judaica

This issue contains a great full page print of: "St. Philip's Church in Charles Town, South Carolina" with just a small bit of text on it on the facing page reading: "The church is esteemed one of the most regular & complete structures of
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Terrific map of the "West Indies"... Hebrew customs discussed...

Item #640499
THE GENTLEMAN'S MAGAZINE, London, January, 1740 

* Early and rare 18th century map

* West Indies & Southeast America

Certainly the prime feature of this issue is the terrific foldout map titled: "An Accurate Map of the WEST INDIES, Exhibiting not only  all the Islands possessed by the English, French, Spaniards, & Dutch, but also all the Towns and Settleme
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Three new ships are launched at Pittsburgh...

Item #640397

May 15, 1804

THE BALANCE & COLUMBIAN REPOSITORY, Hudson, New York, May 15, 1804  Inside has a brief report noting: "At Pittsburgh (the head of Ohio river) were launched on the 30th March, the ship Louisiana, 300 tons burthen--on the 31st schooner Conquest, 126 tons, pierced for 18 guns--and on the 1st of April, the schooner Alleghany. The first sailed down the river the next day in ballast; the s... See More  

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Ringgold, Louisiana Negro lynching...

Item #640025

February 20, 1933

THE NEW YORK TIMES, February 20, 1933 

* Nelson Nash, Negro lynching - hanging

* Ringgold, Bienville Parish, Louisiana

Page 4 has one column headings: "MOB LYNCHES NEGRO IN LOUISIANA SLAYING" "Police Say Prisoner Confessed Killing of Bank Cashier, Who Died Protecting His Wife"

First report coverage on the lynching of Negro Nelson Nash in Ringgold, Louisiana.... See More  

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Desert Storm begins, dramatically announced...

Item #636997

January 17, 1991

THE NEWS-STAR, Monroe, Louisiana, January 17, 1991 

* Operation Desert Storm

* Persian Gulf War begins

The front page has a nice banner headline: "U.S. AT WAR - Intensive air strikes pound Iraqi positions" with related  map (see images).

Complete 1st section, good condition.

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Desert Storm begins, dramatically announced...

Item #636993

January 17, 1991

THE NEWS-STAR, Monroe, Louisiana, January 17, 1991 

* Operation Desert Storm

* Persian Gulf War begins

The front page has a nice banner headline: "U.S. AT WAR - Intensive air strikes pound Iraqi positions" with related  map (see images).

Complete 1st section, good condition.

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Israeli Air Force first put into action...

Item #636660

May 21, 1948

THE TIMES-PICAYUNE, New Orleans, Louisiana, May 21, 1948 

* Israeli Air Force (IAF) 1st used 

* Jewish - Jews - Judaica 

* Palestine - Arabs

The top of the front page has one column heads: "ARABS CONTINUE SWIFT ADVANCES IN WALLED AREA" "Arab Legion Claims Upper Hand in Battle". There is a smaller head: "The Jewish Air Force made its first strike, bo... See More  

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New Orleans, Louisiana....

Item #636371

January 20, 1869

NEW ORLEANS COMMERCIAL BULLETIN, Louisiana, January 20, 1869 

* Uncommon title

* Eventually merged with the New Orleans Prices Current

Page 2 has: "Amnesty Proclamation" and "John H. Surratt" among other items. The back page has no fewer than 60+ illustrated steamboat and ship ads.

Four pages, large folio size, a bit irregular at the blank spine, generally good.... See More  

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Louisiana Centennial Exposition...

Item #635501

December 13, 1884

FRANK LESLIE'S ILLUSTRATED NEWSPAPER, New York, December 13, 1884  The front cover is entitled "Louisiana -- Preliminary Views of the World's Industrial and Cotton Centennial Exposition at New Orleans" with an accompanying article inside. Inside the issue is: "New York City -- Cutting 'The Cleveland Gem' -- The Stone in the Rough and as Cut"; "Mexico -... See More  

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Abraham Lincoln vs. McClellan...

Item #633127

September 09, 1864

NEW YORK HERALD, Sept. 9, 1864 

* Gen. George B. McClellan

* Presidential nomination acceptance

* Clinton, East Feliciana Parish , Louisia

Among the ftpg. column heads are: "CANBY" "Expedition from Baton Rouge & Natchez" "Clinton, La., In Our Possession" "The Rebel Ram Nashville Blown Up" "GRANT" "Important Letter from the L... See More  

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The Manhattan Bridge... Louisiana Purchase exposition...

Item #631921

July 16, 1904

SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN, New York, July 16, 1904  The front page has "The Festival Hall, the Central and Dominating Structure of the Louisiana Purchase Exposition" with an accompanying article. Inside the issue is: "The New Manhattan Wire-Cable Suspension Bridge Across the East River as it Will Appear When Completed"; The New White Star Liner 'Baltic' - The largest Ves... See More  

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KKK leader John Killian Skipworth....

Item #631066

August 20, 1933

THE TIMES-PICAYUNE, New Orleans, August 20, 1933 The front page has a two column heading: "Capt. Skipwith, Firebrand of Ku Klux Klan, Succumbs to Infirmities of Old Age" with subhead. (see) First report coverage on the death of John Killian Skipwith, Sr., Grand Cyclops of the Louisiana Ku Klux Klan. Article continues inside with photo. Probably only found in Southern publications.

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Death of Vice-Presdent George Clinton... Statehood of Louisiana...

Item #629930

April 25, 1812

THE WEEKLY REGISTER, Baltimore, April 25, 1812  Inside has a report headed: "George Clinton -- Dead !" which includes: "... It is with feeling of unmixed veneration for the character of the revolutionary hero, the patriot and statesman, combined in one, that we announce that the venerable GEORGE CLINTON IS NO MORE. He expired about 9 o'clock yesterday morning, at his lodgin... See More  

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Austin Callaway lynching... The Blitz...

Item #629843

September 09, 1940

THE NEW YORK TIMES, September 9, 1940 

* Austin Callaway, LaGrange, Georgia lynching  

* The Blitz (1st Phase) (early report) 

* Germany bombs London England

The front page has a nice banner headline: "MIGHTY NAZI AIR FLEETS AGAIN BOMB LONDON; DOCKS AND PLANTS HIT, FIRES RAGE, 400 DEAD; GOERING DIRECTING 'NEW PHASE OF THE WAR'" with subheads. (see) L... See More  

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Railroad Strike of 1946....

Item #629653

May 18, 1946

THE TIMES-PICAYUNE, New Orleans, Louisiana, May 18, 1946

* The great railroad strike of 1946

* President Harry Truman speaks

This 20 page newspaper has a three column headline on the front page:


with subhead.

Tiny binding holes along the spine, little rubbing and wear at central fold, otherwise good.... See More  

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Tony Nathan and the Alabama Crimson Tide secure SEC title...

Item #629045

November 06, 1977

THE NEW YORK TIMES, November 6, 1977

* Tony Nathan, of "Woodlawn" fame, rushes for two touchdowns and throws for another

* Alabama secures the SEC title - setting the stage for a trip to the Sugar Bowl

Page 9 of the sports section has: "Alabama Wins, Clinches S.E.C. Title, Bowl Birth", followed by text which includes in part, "Tony Nathan scored two touchdowns on 1-... See More  

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Civil War map shows Bridgeport, Alabama...

Item #628005

May 11, 1862

NEW YORK HERALD, May 11, 1862 

* Bridgeport, Alabama

* Civil War era map

* New Orleans, Louisiana

The very center of the front page has a Civil War map showing the area of Bridgeport, Alabama showing the "Rebel Camp", the "Rebel Advance" and "Pickets" (see). The balance of the ftpg. is mostly taken up with Civil War reports including: "Very Interesti... See More  

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From Louisiana during the Civil War...

Item #621831

August 31, 1861

SUGAR PLANTER, West Baton Rouge, Louisiana, August 31, 1861 

* Very rare Confederate title

Here is an uncommon title from Louisiana during the first year of the Civil War. The front page is filled with ads, and among the reports inside are: "Keep on Giving" "The Truth" which includes a bit: "...Mr. Lincoln has unwittingly been a benefactor to the South. He has t... See More  

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A Mormon print... Various scenes near Baton Rouge...

Item #621389

August 05, 1871

EVERY SATURDAY, Boston, Aug. 5, 1871  Among the prints inside is once captioned: "Among The Mormons--A Dangerous Gentile" with a related article: "Among the Mormons". Other prints within include a fullpg: "A Cypress Swamp In Louisiana" "A Sugar House" "Ruins of the Louisiana State House at Baton Rouge" "Mos-Gatherers near Baton Rouge"... See More  

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Chicago Bears defeat Pro Bowl All-Stars...

Item #620079

January 05, 1942

THE TIMES-PICAYUNE, New Orleans, Louisiana, January 5, 1942

* Chicago Bears

* Pro football all-stars

* Post Pearl Harbor Pro Bowl

This 30 page newspaper has a two column headline on page 16: "Chicago Bears Defeat Pro All-Stars, 35-24, on Big Splurge in Second Period" with related photo, stats and lineup.

Other news of the day throughout. Light browning with minor central fold ... See More  

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Relating to the California Gold Rush...

Item #619802

July 09, 1849

NEW ORLEANS WEEKLY DELTA, Louisiana, July 9, 1849 

* California gold rush

* Rare Antebellum title

The front page has a short report: "From the Pacific" which references the gold from California (see). Items inside include several reports on the celebration of the 4th of July; "The Texian Expedition to the Wicheta Hills" which concerns the Gold Rush; "Our City&q... See More  

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Piracy... Slave up-rising suppressed...

Item #616957

March 21, 1829

NILES' WEEKLY REGISTER, Baltimore, Maryland, March 21, 1829  A lot of the news in this newspaper is government related from different regions of America. Featured in this issue is a great report on piracy with nice details of a capture. Also within this issue is a small report of slave uprising in Louisiana. This has interesting news of the day throughout. 

Sixteen pages measur... See More  

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Huey Long killed...

Item #616722

September 11, 1935

TAUNTON DAILY GAZETTE, Massachusetts, September 11, 1935

* Huey Long shot and close to death

* Louisiana Senator

This 12 page newspaper has two column headlines on the front page that include: "LONG'S FINAL PLACE OF REST IS CHOSEN ON CAPITAL GROUNDS" and more.

Other news of the day throughout. Light browning with some margin wear and spine creasing, otherwise good.... See More  

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Tazewell, Tennessee...

Item #615567

August 17, 1862

THE NEW YORK HERALD, August 17, 1862 

* Tazewell TN Tennessee

* Baton Rouge LA Louisiana

Among the ftpg. Civil War heads are: "Interesting From New Orleans' "The Negro Brigade Controversy Still Pending" "Commerce & Trade Increasing" "General Butler's Measures to Relieve the Poor of New Orleans' "A Grant Melee Between the Police & A... See More  

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Louisiana, Missouri lynching...

Item #614268

July 02, 1883

ST. LOUIS GLOBE-DEMOCRAT, Missouri, July 2, 1883

* Louisiana, Missouri

* Rapist lynched - lynching

This uncommon Midwestern title has news of the day with many advertisements. The front page has an article headed: "A RAVISHER" "A Pike County Mob Take the Law Into Their Own Hands" and more. (see)

This issue is not fragile as newsprint back then was made of cotton and lin... See More  

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Reconstruction after the Civil War...

Item #612823

July 17, 1865

SPRINGFIELD REPUBLICAN, Massachusetts, July 17, 1865  Inside has some reports relating to Reconstruction including: "The Returning Regiments" "The Reconstruction Question" "The Freedmen in Alabama & Louisiana" "Miscellaneous War News" and more.

Four pages, nice condition.

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Opening of the St. Louis World's Fair issue...

Item #611401

January 31, 1904

SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN, New York, May 7, 1904  The front cover of the issue is entitled "The Opening of the Louisiana Purchase Exposition" which is comprised of two photos with additional photos inside the issue. Within the issue is "The Russian Ice-Breaker 'Ermack' Capable of Forcing Her Way Through Ice Twenty-Five Feet Thick"; "High-Velocity 6-inch Wire-Wound G... See More  

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Burlington railroad dynamite conspiracy...

Item #610573

July 06, 1888

THE DAILY PICAYUNE, New Orleans, Louisiana, July 6, 1888 

The front page has one column headings: "THE DYNAMITES", "Found on the Persons of Two Ex-Engineers of the Burlington Route" "A Plot to Destroy the Track, Buildings and Stations" "The Men Arrested and Placed in Jail - The Brotherhood Decline to Secure Bail Immediately" "The Authorities in ... See More  

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Antebellum New Orleans with prices of the day...

Item #610493

January 14, 1860

NEW ORLEANS PRICE-CURRENT, Louisiana, Jan. 14, 1860 

* Rare pre Civil War issue from deep South

* Antebellum era

As the title would suggest, this four page paper is focused on the economy and prices of hundreds of items. 
The back page has 40 illustrations of ships in ads. There is some news of the day as well. The entire front page is taken up with hundreds of small "Busine... See More  

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Evelyn Hoey murder?... Huey Long burial...

Item #609640

September 13, 1935

THE NEW YORK TIMES, September 13, 1935

* Evelyn Hoey murder or suicide ?

* Senator Huey P. Long burial

This 46 page newspaper has one column headlines on the front page that include: "ACTRESS SHOT DEAD IN COUNTRY HOME OF H.H. ROGERS JR." "Young Oil Heir Is Held Pending Investigation of Death of Evelyn Hoey" "SUICIDE THEORY STUDIED" and more. 1st report coverag... See More  

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Wendall Willkie nominated...

Item #605149

June 28, 1940

THE TIMES-PICAYUNE, New Orleans, Louisiana, June 28, 1940

* Wendall Willkie

* Republican nomination

The front page has a nice banner headline:


with subheads and photo of Willkie. (see) 1st report coverage on Wendall Lewis Willkie winning the Republican nomination for president of the United States.

Other news, sports and advertisements of the day... See More  

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Mistick Krewe of Comus...

Item #603634

March 02, 1881

THE WHEELING INTELLIGENCER, Wheeling, West Virginia, March 2, 1881

* Early Mardi Gras report

* New Orleans LA Louisiana

Mistick Krewe of Comus

The front page has one column headings: "Rex At New Orleans" "Mardi Gras a Brilliant and Enjoyable Success" See image for text here.

Other news and advertisements of the day. Complete in 4 pages, large sized paper measuring 25... See More  

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President Grant's message...

Item #601426

January 14, 1875

NEW YORK TRIBUNE, Jan. 14, 1875 

* President Ulysses S. Grant message

* Louisiana troubles

The top of the front page has: "President's Message--Congress Taken by Surprise" and various subheads (see). Further on is: "The Message" of the President on the Louisiana affairs to the Senate, taking over a column of the ftpg. & nearly 2 columns on the back page &... See More  

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Ulysses S. Grant message...

Item #601372

January 14, 1875

THE WORLD, New York City, January 14, 1875

* President Ulysses S. Grant message

* Louisiana troubles

The front page has one column headlines the include: "GRANT'S DEFENSE" "The President's Message On Louisiana" "Effect Of The Message On The Republicans At Washington" and more (see photos). Lengthy text takes up over 3 full columns and is signed in type:... See More  

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John Willis Menard is the first African-American member of the House...

Item #599551

March 01, 1869

NEW YORK TRIBUNE, March 1, 1869 

* 1st Negro to make speech in Congress 

John Willis Menard has the distinction of being the first African-American to be elected to the House of Representatives, representing Louisiana, and consequently on February 27 he became the first to address the chamber. 

This issue has a nice front page report of this notable event under the heading &q... See More  

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New Orleans riot... Modoc War....

Item #599488

March 06, 1873

THE NEW YORK TIMES, March 6, 1873

* New Orleans riot

* Modoc War

The front page has one column headings: "A Riot In New Orleans" "A Police Station Attacked by the Militia--Repulse of the Latter--Several Killed and Wounded" 1st report coverage on the political riot in New Orleans, Louisiana. Also on the front page is: "The Modocs".

Other news of the day. Comple... See More  

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East Feliciana Parish, Louisiana....

Item #599087

July 28, 1875

THE DAILY JOURNAL, Wilmington, North Carolina, July 28, 1875

* East Feliciana Parish Negro uprising

An uncommon title from the South during the post Civil War reconstruction era. Contains news of the day with many interesting advertisements.

The front page has one column headings that include: "Threatened Uprising Of The Negroes At East Felicia" and more. 1st report coverage on a ... See More  

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Clarence B. Craft... Okinawa hero...

Item #599009

June 13, 1945

THE TIMES-PICAYUNE, New Orleans, Louisiana, June 13, 1945

* Clarence B. Craft

* Battle of Okinawa

* Medal of Honor

Near the bottom of the front page is a five column headline: "One-Man Attack Kills 30 Japs, Snaps Line". This is 1st report coverage on World War II rifleman, Clarence B. Craft, single handily attacking Japanese positions on "Hen Hill" during the
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General Philip Sheridan death...

Item #598693

August 06, 1888

THE DAILY PICAYUNE, New Orleans, Louisiana, August 6, 1888

* Philip Henry Sheridan death

* Civil War General

The front page has one column headlines that include: "AT REST", "Death of General Sheridan at Nonquitt, Mass.", "A Sudden Recurrence of the Old Heart Trouble", "Sketch of the General's Life and Services" and more w... See More  

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