Jackson County, Iowa, Newspapers


County
Town
Name
Publishers
Character
Jackson
Bellevue
Courier
W.H. Cotton
 
Jackson
Maquoketa
Excelsior
Drips & Eddy
R
Website: http://www.iowaoldpress.com/PUB/1860.html
Source: The Iowa State Almanac and Statistical Register, 1860
Transcribed for Iowa Old Press by Sharyl Ferrall, July 2005.


County/Town
Publication
Frequency
Character
Established
Notes
Bellevue
Bellevue Leader
Weekly
News & politics
1870
 
Maquoketa
Maquoketa Excelsior
Weekly
News & politics
1855
 
Maquoketa
Jackson Sentinel
Weekly
News & politics
1868
 
Maquoketa
Jackson County Record
Weekly
News & politics
1878
 
Maquoketa
Der Jackson Demokrat
Weekly
News & politics
1879
German
Monmouth
Monmouth Register
Weekly
News & politics
1879
Suspended Sept 1880
Sabula
Sabula Gazette
Weekly
News & politics
1871
 
Website: http://www.iowaoldpress.com/PUB/1884_3.html
Source: "History and Present Condition of the Newspaper and Periodical Press of the United States, with a Catalogue of the Publications of the Census Year", by S.N.D. North, Special Agent; Government Printing Office, Washington, D.C.; 1884: pages 237-245 & 366
Transcribed for Iowa Old Press by Sharyl Ferrall, August 2004.


City or Town
Publication
Edition
Publication
Days
Character
Editor or
Publisher
Bellevue
Herald
Weekly
Tuesday
Dem
A. Brandt
Bellevue
Leader
Weekly
Thursday
Rep
W.F. Schirmer
Maquoketa
Excelsior
Weekly
Friday
Reb
J.P. Gruwell
Maquoketa
Jackson Journal
Weekly
Thursday
Ind German
Paul Herter
Maquoketa
Jackson Republican
Weekly
Tuesday
Rep
Robt. G. Grant
Maquoketa
Jackson Sentinel
Weekly
Thursday
Dem
W.B. & W.C. Swigart
Maquoketa
Record
Weekly
Tuesday
Ind
F.L. Sunderlin
Website: http://www.iowaoldpress.com/PUB/1911_AB.htm
Source: ""The Iowa Official Register for the Years 1911-1912", Twenty-Fourth Number; compiled under the supervision of William C. Hayward, Secretary of State and John M. Jamieson, deputy, by Guy S. Bewer; Des Moines, Emory H. English, State Printer, E.D. Chassell, State Binder; 1911; pages 723-746
Transcribed for Iowa Old Press by Sharyl Ferrall, Winter 2005.


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