Category: Newspapers

The Abilene Reflector

The Reflector, which is edited and published by C. M. Harger, was established in Abilene in 1883. In May, 1887, a daily edition was added, which has had a continuous and successful existence since. The weekly Reflector was an eight-page, seven-column paper, all home print, and the daily, published every evening except Sunday, was a four-page, six-column sheet with afternoon dispatches. This page provides a brief history of the paper along with access to the various online sources where you can find digital copies of the paper.

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Wichita Daily Beacon Newspaper

Wichita Beacon, Sedgwick County, Kansas (1872 – 1980) In 1872 Fred A. Sowers founded the Wichita Beacon, a daily and weekly paper, and this was the first daily paper to be issued in Wichita. Editors Fred A. Sowers (1872...

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Oskaloosa Independent Newspaper

Oskaloosa Independent, Jefferson County, Kansas (July 1860 – Present) John W. Roberts was strongly abolitionist, and seeing an opportunity for being of greater influence to that movement he sent his printing press and...

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Oswego Independent Newspaper

Oswego Independent, Labette County, Kansas (June 1872 –┬áPresent)   The Oswego Independent was established June 22, 1872, by B. F. McGill. It was one of the very old and influential papers in Southeastern Kansas. It...

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Kansas Newspapers

  Jefferson County Okaloosa Independent Labette County Oswego Independent Sedgwick County Wichita Beacon Newspapers of Kansas Territory Published between 15 Sept 1854 and 29 Jan...

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