Nacogdoches Chronicle, 1866-1867 | East Texas Research Center

By Linda Nicklas, 1980

Collection Overview

Title: Nacogdoches Chronicle, 1866-1867Add to your cart.

ID: B/14

Extent: 0.5 Linear Feet

Subjects: Account books -- Texas, East, Business records -- Texas, East, Newspapers -- Circulation

Languages: English

Scope and Contents of the Materials

The two volumes show subscribers and amounts paid, other newspapers exchanged with the Chronicle, advertising accounts and accounts paid. Included are the names of many city and county residents.

Collection Historical Note

Harrison and N. J. Moore established the Chronicle, known as the Texas Chronicle or Nacogdoches Chronicle, in early 1852, with Harrison as editor. It was politically democratic and was opposed to sectional agitation. In early 1854, Harrison and Moore retired, and E. W. Cane, who had been editor pro tem., purchased the paper and edited it. The Northern Standard of March 5, 1859, reported that the Chronicle, which had been "behind the curtain for some time," had reappeared. It was discontinued early in the Civil War years.

Subject/Index Terms

Account books -- Texas, East
Business records -- Texas, East
Newspapers -- Circulation

Box and Folder Listing

Browse by Volume:

[Volume 1: 1866],
[Volume 2: 1867],

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