Years  to    and   Title 
State
County
City
Recent Searches

No current search history.

Years   to Collection #  
Search Title By Title
Description
A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

Eastern Shoreman

Collection NumberOCLC 10667210
PublisherParsons & Toadvin
LocationSalisbury, Wicomico County, MD | View more titles from this: City, County, State
Publication Dates1868-Unknown
Collection History
(Salisbury, Wicomico County: Parsons & Toadvin)

The Eastern Shoreman began publication March 21, 1868 [v. 1, no. 1]. It was published weekly. The newspaper merged with the Salisbury Advertiser (Salisbury: 1867) to form the Salisbury Advertiser and Eastern Shoreman (Salisbury: weekly).
Related Titles
Salisbury Advertiser and Eastern Shoreman
Salisbury Advertiser

Institutions Holding This Title
Please contact the holding institution. This information may have changed.
Kentucky Historical Society (KNU) 1877
KNUA FM Microfilm Dr. 72 Bx. 11 (1877:3:31)
KNUA FMM Micrographics Roll 1 m=(1877:3:31)

Enoch Pratt Free Library (MDB) 1872, 1876
MDBE FM s=(1876:7:8) [American Centennial Newspapers reel.)
MDBE OR (1872:4:20)

New York Historical Society - Newspaper Project (NPU) 1873
NPUA OR (1873:1:25)

American Antiquarian Society - Newspaper Project (NPX) 1876
NPXX OR (1876:8:5)

Wicomico County (XLF) 1868
XLFB OR (1868:3:21) [Wicomico County Historical Society.)

This information resource of the Maryland State Archives is presented here for fair use in the public domain. When this material is used, in whole or in part, proper citation and credit must be attributed to the Maryland State Archives. PLEASE NOTE: Rights assessment for associated source material is the responsibility of the user.


Tell Us What You Think About the Maryland State Archives Website


[ Archives' Home Page ||  All About Maryland ||  Maryland Manual On-Line ||  Reference & Research
Search the Archives ||  Education & Outreach ||  Archives of Maryland Online ]


Governor    General Assembly    Judiciary    Maryland.Gov   


© Copyright November 19, 2017 Maryland State Archives