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Delaware County Newspapers
Manchester Press, Manchester
The Delaware Journal, Delhi
The Graphic, Earlville
Other Iowa newspapers with articles concerning Delaware County.
Pre-Civil War Delaware County Iowa Newspapers
~ reposted with permission by Iowa Old Press, Sharyl Ferrall co-editor
Delhi Argus, 1853-1864. Established
in 1853 by Datus E. Coon. In 1854 be sold to G. W. Field. In 1856
Charles F. Hobbs became proprietor. In 1858 the name was changed to:
Delhi Democrat. Following Hobbs, C. L. Hayes became owner, then Hayes & Corbett, then L. S. Ashbaugh, and he was followed by James Wright. J. L. McCreery purchased an interest and the name was changed to:
Delaware County Journal. Ashbaugh disposed of his interest to James L. Noble, after which McCreery became sole owner. In January, 1864, it was suspended and the material removed to Dubuque.
Observer, Nottingham, 1859. Established the spring of 1859 by Ed. Stanton and suspended the following fall.
Iowa News, Delhi, 1860-1861. Established in 1860 by Charles L. Hayes. It was discontinued In about one year and the material removed to Anamosa.
~source: Iowa Old Press a IAGenWeb Special Project
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