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Newspaper Extracts from “The Hoosier State” Newspapers, Newport, Vermillion County, Indiana, January 1, 1890 - December 30, 1891, Carolyn Schwab


1 Newspaper Extracts from “The Hoosier State” Newspapers, Newport, Vermillion County, Indiana, January 1, 1890 - December 30, 1891
Carolyn Schwab
2008, 8½x11, paper, index, 344 pp, Heritage Books, Inc
One of the earliest newspapers for Vermillion County, Indiana, was The Hoosier State. It was bought by Samuel Brenton Davis from Henry D. Washburn in 1868. It was published weekly. The early issues contained practically no local news, their space given to politics and world news. Only rarely was a death given, or a marriage, and then in the shortest possible manner. The retail advertising was almost entirely of Terre Haute stores. The style of the newspaper gradually changed and in the 1870s, local births, marriages, deaths, and business happenings began to appear. In addition to the abundance of names and relationships, news articles tell us a lot about the customs, lifestyles, and priorities of the times. Voter lists, orphan records, lists of unclaimed letters, teacher and student lists, real estate transfers, and court happenings are among the items covered. In the 1880s, several correspondents from local towns sent in local news. Not only did the newspaper contain information for Vermillion County, but the surrounding counties-Warren, Fountain, Parke, and Vigo-can be found as well. Since Vermillion County, Indiana, and Vermilion County, Illinois are right next to each other, be sure to check Illinois also. Quite often, families would visit or send letters from where they came from or where they moved to. The early newspapers are a gold mine to the genealogist. They contain information that you cannot find anywhere but in the local newspaper. A fullname index adds to the value of this work.
S4673 
Price: 38.50 USD

 
Newspaper Extracts from “The Hoosier State” Newspapers, Newport, Vermillion County, Indiana, January 4, 1888 - December 25, 1889, Carolyn Schwab


2 Newspaper Extracts from “The Hoosier State” Newspapers, Newport, Vermillion County, Indiana, January 4, 1888 - December 25, 1889
Carolyn Schwab
2008, 8½x11, paper,, Heritage Books, Inc
One of the earliest newspapers for Vermillion County, Indiana, was The Hoosier State. It was bought by Samuel Brenton Davis from Henry D. Washburn in 1868. It was published weekly. The early issues contained practically no local news, their space given to politics and world news. Only rarely was a death given, or a marriage, and then in the shortest possible manner. The retail advertising was almost entirely of Terre Haute stores. The style of the newspaper gradually changed and in the 1870s, local births, marriages, deaths, and business happenings began to appear. In addition to the abundance of names and relationships, news articles tell us a lot about the customs, lifestyles, and priorities of the times. Voter lists, orphan records, lists of unclaimed letters, teacher and student lists, real estate transfers, and court happenings are among the items covered. In the 1880s, several correspondents from local towns sent in local news. Not only did the newspaper contain information for Vermillion County, but the surrounding counties-Warren, Fountain, Parke, and Vigo-can be found as well. Since Vermillion County, Indiana, and Vermilion County, Illinois are right next to each other, be sure to check Illinois also. Quite often, families would visit or send letters from where they came from or where they moved to. The early newspapers are a gold mine to the genealogist. They contain information that you cannot find anywhere but in the local newspaper. A fullname index adds to the value of this work.
S4674 
Price: 31.00 USD

 
 
Newspaper Extracts from “The Hoosier State” Newspapers, Newport, Vermillion County, Indiana, January, 1882 to December 1885, Carolyn Schwab


3 Newspaper Extracts from “The Hoosier State” Newspapers, Newport, Vermillion County, Indiana, January, 1882 to December 1885
Carolyn Schwab
2007, 8½x11, paper, index, 266 pp, Heritage Books, Inc
One of the earliest newspapers for Vermillion County, Indiana, was The Hoosier State. It was bought by Samuel Brenton Davis from Henry D. Washburn in 1868. It was published weekly. The early issues contained practically no local news, their space given to politics and world news. Only rarely was a death given, or a marriage, and then in the shortest possible manner. The retail advertising was almost entirely of Terre Haute stores. The style of the newspaper gradually changed and in the 1870s, local births, marriages, deaths, and business happenings began to appear. In addition to the abundance of names and relationships, news articles tell us a lot about the customs, lifestyles, and priorities of the times. Voter lists, orphan records, lists of unclaimed letters, teacher and student lists, real estate transfers, and court happenings are among the items covered. In the 1880s, several correspondents from local towns sent in local news. Not only did the newspaper contain information for Vermillion County, but the surrounding counties—Warren, Fountain, Parke, and Vigo—can be found as well. Since Vermillion County, Indiana, and Vermilion County, Illinois are right next to each other, be sure to check Illinois also. Quite often, families would visit or send letters from where they came from or where they moved to. The early newspapers are a gold mine to the genealogist. They contain information that you cannot find anywhere but in the local newspaper. A fullname index adds to the value of this work.
S4205 
Price: 37.50 USD

 
Newspaper Extracts from “The Hoosier State” Newspapers, Newport, Vermillion County, Indiana, January, 1886 to December 28, 1887, Carolyn Schwab


4 Newspaper Extracts from “The Hoosier State” Newspapers, Newport, Vermillion County, Indiana, January, 1886 to December 28, 1887
Carolyn Schwab
2006, 8½x11, paper, index, 280 pp, Heritage Books, Inc
One of the earliest newspapers for Vermillion County, Indiana, was the Hoosier State. It was bought by Samuel Brenton Davis from Henry D. Washburn in 1868. It was published weekly. The early issues contained practically no local news, their space given to politics and world news. Only rarely was a death given, or a marriage, and then in the shortest possible manner. The retail advertising was almost entirely of Terre Haute stores. The style of the newspaper gradually changed and in the 1870s, local births, marriages, deaths, and business happenings began to appear. In addition to the abundance of names and relationships, news articles tell us a lot about the customs, lifestyles, and priorities of the times. Voter lists, orphan records, lists of unclaimed letters, teacher and student lists, real estate transfers, and court happenings are among the items covered. In the 1880s, several correspondents from local towns sent in local news. Not only did the newspaper contain information for Vermillion County, but the surrounding counties—Warren, Fountain, Parke, and Vigo—can be found as well. Since Vermillion County, Indiana, and Vermilion County, Illinois are right next to each other, be sure to check Illinois also. Quite often, families would visit or send letters from where they came from or where they moved to. The early newspapers are a gold mine to the genealogist. They contain information that you cannot find anywhere but in the local newspaper. A fullname index adds to the value of this work.
S4204 
Price: 39.00 USD

 
 
Newspaper Extracts from “The Hoosier State”, Newport, Vermillion County, Indiana, January 1, 1874 to December 30, 1875, Carolyn Schwab


5 Newspaper Extracts from “The Hoosier State”, Newport, Vermillion County, Indiana, January 1, 1874 to December 30, 1875
Carolyn Schwab
2005, 8½x11, paper, index, 292 pp, Heritage Books
One of the earliest newspapers for Vermillion County, Indiana, was the Hoosier State. It was bought by Samuel Brenton Davis from Henry D. Washburn in 1868. It was published weekly. The early issues contained practically no local news, their space given to politics and world news. Only rarely was a death given, or a marriage, and then in the shortest possible manner. The retail advertising was almost entirely of Terre Haute stores. The style of the newspaper gradually changed and in the 1870s, local births, marriages, deaths, and business happenings began to appear. In addition to the abundance of names and relationships, news articles tell us a lot about the customs, lifestyles, and priorities of the times. Voter lists, orphan records, lists of unclaimed letters, teacher and student lists, real estate transfers, and court happenings are among the items covered. In the 1880s, several correspondents from the local towns sent in local news.Not only did the newspaper contain information for Vermillion County, but the surrounding counties - Warren, Fountain, Parke, and Vigo - can also be found as well. Since Vermillion County, Indiana, and Vermilion County, Illinois, are right next to each other, be sure to check that county also. Quite often, families would visit or send letters from where they came from or where they moved to. The early newspapers are a gold mine to the genealogist. They contain information that you cannot find anywhere but in the local newspaper.
S0965 
Price: 50.00 USD

 
Newspaper Extracts from “The Hoosier State”, Newport, Vermillion County, Indiana, January 2, 1868 to December 25, 1873, Carolyn Schwab


6 Newspaper Extracts from “The Hoosier State”, Newport, Vermillion County, Indiana, January 2, 1868 to December 25, 1873
Carolyn Schwab
2005, 8½x11, paper, index, 312 pp, Heritage Books
One of the earliest newspapers for Vermillion County, Indiana, was the Hoosier State. It was bought by Samuel Brenton Davis from Henry D. Washburn in 1868. It was published weekly. The early issues contained practically no local news, their space given to politics and world news. Only rarely was a death given, or a marriage, and then in the shortest possible manner. The retail advertising was almost entirely of Terre Haute stores. The style of the newspaper gradually changed and in the 1870s, local births, marriages, deaths, and business happenings began to appear. In addition to the abundance of names and relationships, news articles tell us a lot about the customs, lifestyles, and priorities of the times. Voter lists, orphan records, lists of unclaimed letters, teacher and student lists, real estate transfers, and court happenings are among the items covered. In the 1880s, several correspondents from the local towns sent in local news. Not only did the newspaper contain information for Vermillion County, but the surrounding counties – Warren, Fountain, Parke, and Vigo – can be found as well. Since Vermillion County, Indiana, and Vermilion County, Illinois, are right next to each other, be sure to check Illinois also. The early newspapers are a gold mine to the genealogist. They contain information that you cannot find anywhere but in the local newspaper.
S0964 
Price: 52.00 USD

 
 
Newspaper Extracts from “The Hoosier State”, Newport, Vermillion County, Indiana, January 3, 1878 to December 31, 1879, Carolyn Schwab


7 Newspaper Extracts from “The Hoosier State”, Newport, Vermillion County, Indiana, January 3, 1878 to December 31, 1879
Carolyn Schwab
2005, 8½x11, paper, index, 262 pp, Heritage Books
One of the earliest newspapers for Vermillion County, Indiana, was the Hoosier State. It was bought by Samuel Brenton Davis from Henry D. Washburn in 1868. It was published weekly. The early issues contained practically no local news, their space given to politics and world news. Only rarely was a death given, or a marriage, and then in the shortest possible manner. The retail advertising was almost entirely of Terre Haute stores. The style of the newspaper gradually changed and in the 1870s, local births, marriages, deaths, and business happenings began to appear. In addition to the abundance of names and relationships, news articles tell us a lot about the customs, lifestyles, and priorities of the times. Voter lists, orphan records, lists of unclaimed letters, teacher and student lists, real estate transfers, and court happenings are among the items covered. In the 1880s, several correspondents from the local towns sent in local news.Not only did the newspaper contain information for Vermillion County, but the surrounding counties - Warren, Fountain, Parke, and Vigo - can also be found as well. Since Vermillion County, Indiana, and Vermilion County, Illinois, are right next to each other, be sure to check that county also. Quite often, families would visit or send letters from where they came from or where they moved to. The early newspapers are a gold mine to the genealogist. They contain information that you cannot find anywhere but in the local newspaper.
S0967 
Price: 46.50 USD

 
Newspaper Extracts from “The Hoosier State”, Newport, Vermillion County, Indiana, January 6, 1876 to December 27, 1877, Carolyn Schwab


8 Newspaper Extracts from “The Hoosier State”, Newport, Vermillion County, Indiana, January 6, 1876 to December 27, 1877
Carolyn Schwab
2005, 8½x11, paper, index, 296 pp, Heritage Books
One of the earliest newspapers for Vermillion County, Indiana, was the Hoosier State. It was bought by Samuel Brenton Davis from Henry D. Washburn in 1868. It was published weekly. The early issues contained practically no local news, their space given to politics and world news. Only rarely was a death given, or a marriage, and then in the shortest possible manner. The retail advertising was almost entirely of Terre Haute stores. The style of the newspaper gradually changed and in the 1870s, local births, marriages, deaths, and business happenings began to appear. In addition to the abundance of names and relationships, news articles tell us a lot about the customs, lifestyles, and priorities of the times. Voter lists, orphan records, lists of unclaimed letters, teacher and student lists, real estate transfers, and court happenings are among the items covered. In the 1880s, several correspondents from the local towns sent in local news.Not only did the newspaper contain information for Vermillion County, but the surrounding counties - Warren, Fountain, Parke, and Vigo - can also be found as well. Since Vermillion County, Indiana, and Vermilion County, Illinois, are right next to each other, be sure to check that county also. Quite often, families would visit or send letters from where they came from or where they moved to. The early newspapers are a gold mine to the genealogist. They contain information that you cannot find anywhere but in the local newspaper.
S0966 
Price: 50.00 USD

 
 
Newspaper Extracts from “The Hoosier State”, Newport, Vermillion County, Indiana, January 7,1880 to December 28, 1881, Carolyn Schwab


9 Newspaper Extracts from “The Hoosier State”, Newport, Vermillion County, Indiana, January 7,1880 to December 28, 1881
Carolyn Schwab
2006, 8½x11, paper, index, 290 pp, Heritage Books, Inc
One of the earliest newspapers for Vermillion County, Indiana, was the Hoosier State. It was bought by Samuel Brenton Davis from Henry D. Washburn in 1868. It was published weekly. The early issues contained practically no local news, their space given to politics and world news. Only rarely was a death given, or a marriage, and then in the shortest possible manner. The retail advertising was almost entirely of Terre Haute stores. The style of the newspaper gradually changed and in the 1870s, local births, marriages, deaths, and business happenings began to appear. In addition to the abundance of names and relationships, news articles tell us a lot about the customs, lifestyles, and priorities of the times. Voter lists, orphan records, lists of unclaimed letters, teacher and student lists, real estate transfers, and court happenings are among the items covered. In the 1880s, several correspondents from the local towns sent in local news.Not only did the newspaper contain information for Vermillion County, but the surrounding counties - Warren, Fountain, Parke, and Vigo - can also be found as well. Since Vermillion County, Indiana, and Vermilion County, Illinois, are right next to each other, be sure to check that county also. Quite often, families would visit or send letters from where they came from or where they moved to. The early newspapers are a gold mine to the genealogist. They contain information that you cannot find anywhere but in the local newspaper.
S3177 
Price: 49.50 USD

     


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