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Marriage notices from the Ohio Observer series, 1827-1855

by James F. Caccamo
Caccamo, James F. (Main Author)
Books/Monographs
English
Apollo, Pennsylvania : Closson Press, c1994
208 p.
1558561897

Notes

"The Ohio Observer had its roots in earlier newspaper, The Western Intelligencer, which was originally printed in Cleveland starting in July of 1827, but moved to Hudson in June of 1828. In March of 1830, the paper reformulated as the Ohio Observer and Telegraph, and later as the Ohio Observer. In September of 1837, the paper returned to Cleveland, becoming the Cleveland Observer, a state of affairs that lasted until 1840, when the paper returned to Hudson, again becoming the Ohio Observer, and remaining in operation as such until the beginning of 1854. In February of 1844, a fire in the print shop forced a temporary move to Cuyahoga Falls, with a return to Hudson in April. In 1854, the paper changed its name to the Observer and Register, and the account of marriages shifted over to the Register section of the paper. The newspaper ceased operation on 20 June 1855" -- P. 1.

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