American Indian and Alaska Native Newspapers and Periodicals, 1826-1924 - Vol. 1

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pages. In content, The Rossville Reporter was a typical small-town weekly, containing some national news but dominated by local news of Rossville and outlying towns and hamlets.

Navarre edited the paper until February 28, 1953, when he announced that he had sold it to Bill and Betty J. Murray. In 1958 the name was changed to The Shawnee County Reporter, and in 1966 the Murrays merged their business with a Topeka firm owned by Bert C. Carlysle. From that time on the paper was published at Topeka. In 1969, Carlysle merged the Reporter with The Pictorial-Times to form The Pictorial-Times and The Shawnee County Reporter.


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The Tomahawk, January 1, 1904.

Information Sources

Bibliography: "New Publisher for Rossville Reporter," The Kansas Publisher, 29 ( March, 1953), 8; The Topeka Journal, June 5, 1954

Index Sources: None

Location Sources: Gregory


Publication History

Title and Title Changes: The Rossville News ( 1899- 1901); The Shawnee County News ( 1901- 1905); The Rossville Reporter ( 1905- 1958); The Shawnee County Reporter ( 1958- 1969)

Volume and Issue Data: The Rossville News (Vol. 1, No. 1, December 1, 1899-Vol. 2, No. 32, July 5, 1901); The Shawnee County News (Vol. 2, No. 33, July 12, 1901-Vol. 6, No. 26, May 26, 1905); The Rossville Reporter (Vol. 6, No. 27, June 2, 1905-Vol. 59, No. 39, August 7, 1958); The Shawnee County Reporter (Vol. 59, No. 40, August 14, 1958-Vol. 68, No. ? July 23, 1969)

Publisher and Place of Publication: H. J. Richmond ( 1899-1901), U. G. Stewart ( 1901- 1910), Stewart and Frank L. Carr ( 1910), F. B. Brown ( 1910-1912), Dwight Thacher Harris ( 1912-1913), Peter Navarre ( 1913-1953), Bill Murray and Betty J. Murray ( 1953-1966), Rossville, Kansas; Bert C. Carlysle, Topeka, Kansas ( 1966-1969)

Editor: H. J. Richmond ( 1899- 1901); U. G. Stewart ( 1901- 1910); F. B. Brown ( 1910- 1912); Dwight Thacher Harris ( 1912- 1913); Peter Navarre ( 1913- 1953); Bill Murray and Betty J. Murray ( 1953- 1966); Betty J. Murray ( 1966- 1969)

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The Sherman Bulletin began in early 1907 at Sherman Institute, Riverside, California. Its aim was to benefit the students, who would do the mechanical

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