American Politics: Campaign Newspapers

Title City State First Issue Last Issue
The Loco-foco. Montgomery. AL 1840 1840
The Clay banner. Mobile. AL 1844 1844
Arkansas campaign gazette. Little Rock. AR 1868 1868
Democratic campaigner. Sacramento. CA 1852 1852
The Placerville herald. Placerville. CA 1853 1853
The Plumas Democrat. Quincy. CA 1856 1856
Star of empire. San Francisco. CA 1856 1856
Campaign gazette. Columbia. CA 1856 1856
The Pueblo Republican. Pueblo. CO 1876 1876
The Free elector. Hartford. CT 1834 1834
The Castigator. Middletown. CT 1840 1840
The Harrisonian. Brooklyn. CT 1840 1840
The Thistle. Hartford. CT 1840 1840
The sober second thought. Hartford. CT 1841 1841
The Yankee Whig. Norwich. CT 1844 1844
The Free Soil pioneer. Norwich. CT 1848 1848
Independent Whig and people's advocate. Danbury. CT 1848 1848
Our own organ. New London. CT 1856 1861
Waterbury journal. Waterbury. CT 1858 1858
Connecticut western railroad. Hartford. CT 1869 1869
United States' telegraph extra. Washington. DC 1828 1829
United States telegraph extra. Washington. DC 1832 1832
Extra globe. Washington. DC 1832 1833
United States telegraph extra. Washington. DC 1835 1836
Weekly globe. Washington. DC 1841 1845
The Hickory tree. Washington. DC 1844 1844
The Dollar globe. Washington. DC 1844 1844
The times. Washington. DC 1848 1848
The battery. Washington. DC 1848 1849
The campaign. Washington. DC 1848 1849
The Democratic flag-ship. Washington. DC 1852 1852
The campaign. Washington. DC 1852 1853
The signal. Washington. DC 1852 1853
Democratic expositor. Washington. DC 1860 1860
The Campaign constitution. Washington. DC 1860 1860
Daily evening advocate. Washington. DC 1860 1860
The Union guard. Washington. DC 1860 1860
Democratic expositor and national crisis. District of Columbia. DC 1860 1860
National radical. Washington. DC 1868 1868
Woman's campaign. Washington. DC 1872 1872
The Star of the west. Apalachicola. FL 1848 1848
The volunteer. Burlington. IA 1847 1847
The Sharp stick, or campaign Keokuk dispatch. Keokuk. IA 1852 1852
The wide awake. De Witt. IA 1860 1860
The Herald of liberty. Des Moines. IA 1876 1876
Hard cider press. Chicago. IL 1840 1840
Illinois statesman. Paris. IL 1840 1840
The Old soldier. Springfield. IL 1840 1840
Rock River express. Rockford. IL 1840 1840
Old Hickory. Springfield. IL 1840 1840
The olive branch. Springfield. IL 1844 1844
Field piece. Chicago. IL 1848 1848
The Fremonter. Dixon. IL 1856 1856
The Knox republican. Knoxville. IL 1856 1862
Peoria weekly campaign transcript. Peoria. IL 1858 1858
The daily little giant. Ottawa. IL 1858 1858
The rail splitter. Chicago. IL 1860 1860
The Havana voter. Havana. IL 1864 1864
The other side. Bloomington. IL 1868 1868
National illustrated weekly. Chicago. IL 1876 1876
Liberty star and Union County banner. Liberty. IN 1836 1836
The New-Albany Argus. New Albany. IN 1839 1840
Spirit of '76. Indianapolis. IN 1840 1840
Tippecanoe banner and spirit of democracy. New Albany. IN 1840 1840
The Peru observer. Peru. IN 1844 1844
Whig rifle. Indianapolis. IN 1844 1844
Chapman's coon skinner. Indianapolis. IN 1848 1848
We. The people. Indianapolis. IN 1856 1856
The Old line guard. Indianapolis. IN 1860 1860
The Indiana state guard. Indianapolis. IN 1860 1861
The Republican leader. Aurora. IN 1876 1876
Western volunteer. Frankfort. KY 1824 1824
The campaign. Frankfort. KY 1840 1840
Henry Clay bugle. Maysville. KY 1844 1844
Louisville journal, extra. Louisville. KY 1844 1844
The Weekly campaigner. Louisville. KY 1848 1848
The volunteer. Hickman. KY 1848 1848
The Campaign Democrat. Louisville. KY 1848 1848
Louisville journal ..... extra. Louisville. KY 1848 1849
The Progress of the age. Lexington. KY 1851 1851
Pike's campaign flag. Covington. KY 1852 1852
The Louisville Democrat extra. Louisville. KY 1852 1852
Louisville journal extra. Louisville. KY 1852 1852
Le républicain. New Orleans. LA 1845 1846
The Louisiana signal. New Orleans. LA 1860 1860
Jackson Republican. Boston. MA 1828 1828
The constitutionalist. Salem. MA 1834 1834
The Lowell courier. Lowell. MA 1835 1844
The Workingman's advocate and democratic journal. Greenfield. MA 1836 1836
The Lowell journal. Lowell. MA 1836 1841
The Bay State Democrat. Boston. MA 1838 1838
Jeffersonian Republican. Gloucester. MA 1838 1838
The Nettle. Boston. MA 1838 1844
The Thorn. Boston. MA 1838 1844
National aegis. Worcester. MA 1838 1857
The Expostulator. Boston. MA 1839 1839
The Bay State. Boston. MA 1839 1840
Flag of the union. Lynn. MA 1840 1840
Harrison Democrat. Roxbury. MA 1840 1840
Harrison eagle. Taunton. MA 1840 1840
The Harrisonian. Salem. MA 1840 1840
Log cabin patriot. East Bridgewater. MA 1840 1840
The North bend. Worcester. MA 1840 1840
Whig Republican. Boston. MA 1840 1840
The Workman. Boston. MA 1840 1840
The Harrisonian. Springfield. MA 1840 1840
Spirit of old Norfolk. Dedham. MA 1840 1840
Tippecanoe standard, and log cabin chronicle. Dedham. MA 1840 1840
The Whig. Salem. MA 1840 1840
The Republican. Concord. MA 1840 1841
Bay State Democrat. Boston. MA 1840 1844
Worcester palladium. Worcester. MA 1840 1876
Old Massachusetts. Worcester. MA 1841 1842
The wasp. Worcester. MA 1842 1842
The Bay State, extra. Boston. MA 1842 1842
The Carbine. Boston. MA 1843 1843
Liberty's advocate. Amesbury. MA 1843 1843
Massachusetts Whig. Boston. MA 1843 1844
Young Hickory. Boston. MA 1844 1844
Young Hickory. Lynn. MA 1844 1844
Dedham comet. Dedham. MA 1844 1844
Danvers Whig. Danvers. MA 1844 1844
The Oracle of liberty. Worcester. MA 1844 1844
Beacon of liberty. Taunton. MA 1844 1845
New England Democrat. Boston. MA 1844 1845
The true Democrat. Boston. MA 1845 1845
Rough and ready. Boston. MA 1848 1848
Beacon of liberty. Newburyport. MA 1848 1848
Boston weekly Republican. Boston. MA 1848 1848
The Cambridge owl. Cambridge. MA 1848 1848
The Free soil. Greenfield. MA 1848 1848
The Free world. Salem. MA 1848 1848
Natick mirror. Natick. MA 1848 1848
The New crisis. Boston. MA 1848 1848
Spirit of the times. Groton. MA 1848 1848
The True Whig. Worcester. MA 1848 1848
The Young guard. Boston. MA 1848 1848
The Clay banner. Boston. MA 1848 1848
Independent press. New Bedford. MA 1848 1848
The Liberty bugle. Boston. MA 1848 1848
The Free-Soiler. Boston. MA 1850 1850
Groton Mercury. Groton. MA 1851 1852
The campaign post. Boston. MA 1852 1852
The North Star. Winchendon. MA 1852 1852
Our country. Boston. MA 1852 1852
West Newbury record. West Newbury. MA 1852 1852
Stebbings advocate. Hingham. MA 1852 1852
Campaign Republican. Boston. MA 1855 1855
Campaign times. Boston. MA 1856 1856
Give 'em Jessie! Groton Junction. MA 1856 1856
Young America Fremont journal. Boston. MA 1856 1856
The campaign post. Boston. MA 1856 1856
McVey's American counsellor. Worcester. MA 1857 1857
The Aegis and transcript. Worcester. MA 1857 1865
The Campaigner. Worcester. MA 1858 1858
The spirit of '76. Boston. MA 1859 1860
Boston evening Atlas. Boston. MA 1860 1860
Campaign Atlas and bee. Boston. MA 1860 1860
The Campaign union. Boston. MA 1860 1860
Constitutional union campaign document. Boston. MA 1860 1860
The National union, and spirit of seventy-six. Boston. MA 1860 1860
Worcester republican. Worcester. MA 1860 1860
The Worcester true Republican. Worcester. MA 1860 1860
The cabinet maker. Boston. MA 1860 1860
The Plymouth rock. Plymouth. MA 1860 1860
Saturday reporter. Boston. MA 1860 1860
The Now and then. Springfield. MA 1860 1860
The Constitution and the old flag. Greenfield. MA 1862 1862
Campaign courier. Boston. MA 1864 1864
The Conservative, and weekly Democrat. New Bedford. MA 1868 1868
Worcester sentinel. Worcester. MA 1868 1868
The Reformer and campaign times. Boston. MA 1872 1872
The reformer. Boston. MA 1872 1872
The campaign. Worcester. MA 1873 1873
Franklin County beacon. Greenfield. MA 1873 1873
Fitchburg daily press. Fitchburg. MA 1875 1876
American Whig. Baltimore. MD 1844 1844
American Whig. Baltimore. MD 1847 1847
The Campaigner. Baltimore. MD 1852 1852
The Jackson picket guard. Elkton. MD 1856 1856
The true Democrat. Baltimore. MD 1875 1875
Eastern Argus. Portland. ME 1803 1857
Independent statesman. Portland. ME 1821 1822
Independent statesman & Maine Republican. Portland. ME 1822 1825
Maine patriot and state gazette. Augusta. ME 1827 1830
The Spirit of '28. Portland. ME 1828 1828
The Jackson mirror and Maine Tory; or, Office-holders' advocate. Portland. ME 1834 1834
Spirit of '38. Portland. ME 1838 1838
Appeal to the democracy. Augusta. ME 1838 1844
Spirit of '40. Portland. ME 1840 1840
Democratic flag. Bangor. ME 1848 1848
The Sentinel. Portland. ME 1853 1853
Campaign Argus. Portland. ME 1855 1858
Bath daily sentinel. Bath. ME 1856 1856
The Impending crisis, and "irrepressible conflict." Portland. ME 1860 1860
Voice from the belfry. Portland. ME 1860 1860
The Jacksonian. Lewiston. ME 1868 1868
Campaign Jacksonian. Pontiac. MI 1852 1852
The Log cabin hero. Saint Louis. MO 1840 1840
Coon hunter. Boonville. MO 1844 1844
Harry of the West. Lexington. MO 1844 1844
Mill boy. Saint Louis. MO 1844 1844
Die Wage. Saint Louis. MO 1844 1844
The Slasher. Saint Louis. MO 1844 1844
The Democratic flag. Saint Louis. MO 1848 1848
The Squatter. Saint Louis. MO 1848 1848
Time's tablet, and Mississippi gazette. Washington. MS 1836 1836
Republican touchstone. Raleigh. NC 1840 1840
Rough and ready. Washington. NC 1848 1848
The Holden record. Raleigh. NC 1868 1868
The Weekly constitution. Raleigh. NC 1876 1876
The Train ligue. Omaha. NE 1871 1871
The people's advocate. Portsmouth. NH 1816 1817
The Spirit of the Republican press. Concord. NH 1829 1829
Concord patriot. Concord. NH 1835 1835
The transcript. Concord. NH 1835 1835
The Plain-dealer. Concord. NH 1839 1839
Whip & spur! Newport. NH 1839 1856
Harrison eagle. Nashua. NH 1840 1840
Freeman's friend. Portsmouth. NH 1840 1840
The Advocate of democracy. Concord. NH 1843 1843
Manchester daily American. Manchester. NH 1845 1845
The True Whig. Concord. NH 1846 1846
The rough and ready. Concord. NH 1846 1848
The Tough and steady. Concord. NH 1847 1847
The northern advocate. Manchester. NH 1848 1848
Wilmot proviso. Concord. NH 1848 1848
Free Soil palladium. Keene. NH 1848 1848
The old hero. Manchester. NH 1848 1848
The White Mountain bugle. Plymouth. NH 1848 1848
Concord tribune. Concord. NH 1852 1852
The Daily union. Manchester. NH 1852 1852
Manchester daily union. Manchester. NH 1856 1856
Labor reform dispatch. Concord. NH 1870 1870
The plaindealer. Concord. NH 1872 1872
The Campaign press. Dover. NH 1876 1876
The Jacksonian. Trenton. NJ 1828 1828
The crisis. Trenton. NJ 1832 1832
The Whig standard. Morristown. NJ 1838 1838
The Clay banner. Trenton. NJ 1844 1844
Hickory club. Camden. NJ 1844 1844
Republican privateer. Trenton. NJ 1852 1852
The Commonwealth, and people's vindicator. Mount Holly. NJ 1854 1854
New Jersey volunteer. Trenton. NJ 1865 1865
The corrector. New York. NY 1804 1804
Signs of the times. Albany. NY 1827 1828
Spirit of '76. Watertown. NY 1834 1834
Albany Argus. Albany. NY 1834 1840
The Democrat. New York. NY 1836 1836
The friend of man. Utica. NY 1837 1842
Patriot and democrat. Watertown. NY 1838 1838
New-York weekly Whig. New York. NY 1838 1839
The Empire State. New York. NY 1839 1840
The ballot box. New York. NY 1840 1840
The Democratic rasp. Utica. NY 1840 1840
That ball! Rochester. NY 1840 1840
The Thrasher. Hudson. NY 1840 1840
The Tribune, and spirit of ninety-eight. Little Falls. NY 1840 1840
The weekly Democratic press. New York. NY 1840 1840
The Flail. Owego. NY 1840 1840
New-York must be redeemed! Rochester. NY 1840 1840
The Rough-hewer. Albany. NY 1840 1840
The log cabin. Watertown. NY 1840 1840
Bunker Hill club. Penn Yan. NY 1840 1841
The log cabin. New York. NY 1840 1841
The Tocsin of liberty. Albany. NY 1841 1841
The bugle blast. Syracuse. NY 1844 1844
The campaign. New York. NY 1844 1844
Clay tribune. New York. NY 1844 1844
Coon killer. Auburn. NY 1844 1844
The Coon skinner. Ithaca. NY 1844 1844
The Polk-er, and Young Hickory advocate. Hamilton. NY 1844 1844
The Sober second thought, for the presidential campaign of 1844. New York. NY 1844 1844
The Young Hickory banner. New York. NY 1844 1844
The Clay banner. Lockport. NY 1844 1844
Democrat's companion. Troy. NY 1844 1844
The Hickory Democrat. Kingston. NY 1846 1846
New-York Democrat. Albany. NY 1846 1846
The Empire locomotive. Poughkeepsie. NY 1846 1846
The Barnburner. New York. NY 1848 1848
The Campaign of freedom. New York. NY 1848 1848
Rough and ready. Albany. NY 1848 1848
The recruit. New York. NY 1848 1848
Liberty Party paper. Syracuse. NY 1850 1850
The campaign Republican. Kingston. NY 1852 1852
Papers for the people. New York. NY 1852 1852
New-York alliance. New York. NY 1854 1854
New York Shanghai. New York. NY 1855 1855
Campaign Democrat. New York. NY 1856 1856
Free State advocate. New York. NY 1856 1856
The National campaign banner. Middletown. NY 1856 1856
The New York Democrat. New York. NY 1856 1856
American examiner. Ballston Spa. NY 1856 1856
The Campaign courier. Buffalo. NY 1856 1856
Buffalo campaign republic. Buffalo. NY 1856 1856
The Iron platform. New York. NY 1856 1864
The highland Democrat. Peekskill. NY 1859 1876
The Daily palladium. Malone. NY 1860 1860
The Hour and the man. Brooklyn. NY 1864 1864
Metropolitan record and New York vindicator. New York. NY 1864 1867
The Union. New York. NY 1865 1865
The boys in blue. New York. NY 1868 1868
Campaign edition of the New-York Times. New York. NY 1872 1872
The Cohoes Democrat. Cohoes. NY 1876 1876
The Weekly Ithacan. Ithaca. NY 1876 1876
Spirit of the campaign. New York. NY 1876 1876
Uncle Sam. New York. NY 1876 1876
The Orange County crusader. Warwick. NY 1876 1876
Truth's advocate and monthly anti-Jackson expositor. Cincinnati. OH 1828 1828
The Ohio people's press. Columbus. OH 1836 1836
The axe. Cleveland. OH 1840 1840
Daily political tornado. Columbus. OH 1840 1840
Extra Ohio statesman. Columbus. OH 1840 1840
The Harrison flag. Delaware. OH 1840 1840
Log cabin. Dayton. OH 1840 1840
The Log cabin farmer. Steubenville. OH 1840 1840
Harrison Democrat. Hamilton. OH 1840 1840
The Giraffe. Cincinnati. OH 1842 1842
The Ashlander. Dayton. OH 1844 1844
Campaigner and tariff advocate. Cleveland. OH 1844 1844
Coon dissector. Dayton. OH 1844 1844
Ohio coon catcher. Columbus. OH 1844 1844
The Scioto Simon Pure. Portsmouth. OH 1844 1844
That same old coon. Dayton. OH 1844 1844
Whig battering-ram, or Straight-out revived. Columbus. OH 1844 1844
Daily straightout. Cincinnati. OH 1844 1844
Daily Clay champion. Cincinnati. OH 1844 1844
The Campaigner. Columbus. OH 1848 1848
Old Zack!. Columbus. OH 1848 1848
The Scott battery. Ripley. OH 1852 1852
Scott soup bowl. Cleveland. OH 1852 1852
Williams Democrat. West Unity. OH 1852 1852
Dollar weekly times. Cincinnati. OH 1852 1863
Campaign Democrat. Ravenna. OH 1855 1855
Campaign plain dealer. And popular sovereignty advocate. Cleveland. OH 1860 1860
Delaware Democrat, and Easton gazette. Easton. PA 1827 1828
The old guard. Lancaster. PA 1840 1840
Dirty shirt. Philadelphia. PA 1840 1840
The log cabin. Philadelphia. PA 1840 1840
Log cabin rifle. Harrisburg. PA 1840 1840
The magician. Harrisburg. PA 1840 1840
The Old granny. Pittsburgh. PA 1840 1840
The rolling ball. Washington. PA 1840 1840
The Yellow jacket. Abbottstown. PA 1840 1840
The sledge. Erie. PA 1840 1840
The war club. Washington. PA 1840 1840
Lancaster examiner & Democratic herald. Lancaster. PA 1841 1841
The protector. Columbia. PA 1843 1843
The plaindealer. Lancaster. PA 1844 1844
The Clay bugle. Harrisburg. PA 1844 1844
Democratic sentinel. Johnstown. PA 1844 1844
Mill boy. Lancaster. PA 1844 1844
The Old warrior and "That same old coon." Harrisburg. PA 1844 1844
Hickory club. Warren. PA 1844 1844
The Herald of freedom, and Clay, Frelinghuysen & Markle straightout champion. Orwigsburg. PA 1844 1844
Times and Keystone for the campaign. Philadelphia. PA 1847 1847
The Bomb-shell. Harrisburg. PA 1848 1848
The investigator. Harrisburg. PA 1851 1851
The Bomb-shell. Harrisburg. PA 1852 1852
The Inland weekly. Lancaster. PA 1856 1856
Pennsylvania statesman. Harrisburg. PA 1860 1860
The Democratic leader. Philadelphia. PA 1862 1863
Union League gazette. Philadelphia. PA 1864 1864
Crumbs of comfort. LaPorte. PA 1866 1866
The old flag. Chambersburg. PA 1866 1866
Father Abraham. Lancaster. PA 1868 1868
The national Democrat. Philadelphia. PA 1868 1868
Millerstown review. Millerstown. PA 1876 1876
The Chronicle. Harrisburg. PA 1876 1876
The Independent press. Franklin. PA 1876 1876
The Pennsylvania Argus. Greensburg. PA 1876 1876
Uncle Samuel. Lancaster. PA 1876 1876
The Extinguisher. Providence. RI 1840 1840
Gaspee torch light. Providence. RI 1840 1840
The Campaign journal. Providence. RI 1861 1861
The vedette. Knoxville. TN 1840 1840
The watch-tower. Knoxville. TN 1840 1840
Spirit of '76. Nashville. TN 1840 1841
Flag of the union. Knoxville. TN 1844 1844
Democratic statesman. Nashville. TN 1848 1849
American campaigner. Knoxville. TN 1856 1856
The American banner. Nashville. TN 1856 1856
The Opposition. Nashville. TN 1859 1859
State gazette. For the campaign. Austin. TX 1857 1857
The Loyal national union journal. Brownsville. TX 1864 1864
Plain truth.   VA 1828 1828
The crisis. Richmond. VA 1840 1840
The Yeoman. Richmond. VA 1840 1840
Republican sentinel. Richmond. VA 1844 1844
The Campaign enquirer. Richmond. VA 1856 1856
Independent Republican. Richmond. VA 1869 1869
Virginia State journal--campaign edition. Richmond. VA 1873 1873
The Vermont express. Manchester. VT 1836 1836
Loco foco. Swanton. VT 1839 1839
The Flail. Brattleboro. VT 1840 1840
The Harrisonian. Montpelier. VT 1840 1840
Rutland and Addison County Whig. Brandon. VT 1840 1840
Pulse of the people. Woodstock. VT 1840 1840
Whig advocate. Woodstock. VT 1842 1842
The Coon hunter. Woodstock. VT 1844 1844
The voice of the people. Burlington. VT 1866 1866
Wisconsin daily palladium. Madison. WI 1852 1852