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Excerpts from the William Henry Brodnax Papers, Richard Keith Call Letter, Francis Asbury Dickins Papers, Fontaine Family Papers, James Mercer Garnett Papers, Robert Selden Garnett Papers, Gooch Family Papers, Greene Family Papers, Hugh Blair Grigsby Papers, William Hammett Papers, Harrison Family Papers, Haxall Family Papers, Henry Lee Papers, Mercer Family Papers, John Stuart Skinner Papers, and Spragins Family Papers appear courtesy of the Virginia Historical Society, Richmond, Virginia.
Material from Carol Sue Humphrey, "This Popular Engine": New England Newspapers During the American Revolution, 1775-1789 ( Newark: University of Delaware Press, 1992) appears courtesy of the University of Delaware Press.
Materials from Carol Sue Humphrey, "'Little Ado About Something': Philadelphia Newspapers and the Constitutional Convention," American Journalism 5 ( 1988): 63-80, and Carol Sue Humphrey, "Greater Distance = Declining Interest: Massachusetts Printers and Protection for a Free Press, 1783-1791," American Journalism (forthcoming), appear courtesy of American Journalism, Athens, Georgia.
Material from Carol Sue Humphrey, "'That Bulwark of Our Liberties': Massachusetts Printers and the Issue of a Free Press, 1783-1788," Journalism History 14 (Spring 1987): 34-38, appears courtesy of Journalism History, Las Vegas, Nevada.
Excerpts from the Joel Barlow Papers, the Book Trades Collection, and the Isaiah Thomas Papers appear courtesy of the American Antiquarian Society, Worcester, Massachusetts.
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