American Mass-Market Magazines

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23.
John Tebbel, The American Magazine: A Compact History ( New York: Hawthorne Books, 1969), pp. 51, 72-73.
24.
Spivey, pp. 36-37.
26.
Mott, p. 612.
27.
American Monthly Knickerbocker, April 1864, p. 289; see also advertisement on back cover of the July 1864 number in which "British editors" say of the magazine, "though copperhead in politics, the articles are ably written and thoroughly digested."
28.
Mott, p. 613.
29.
Knickerbocker, July 1859, p. 95; pp. 613-14.

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