List of newspapers in New York in the 18th century
This is a list of newspapers published in 18th-century New York, North America.
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The Morning Telegraph
The Morning Telegraph (1839- April 10, 1972) (sometimes referred to as the New York Morning Telegraph) was a New York City broadsheet newspaper owned by Moe Annenberg's Cecelia Corporation that was f...
Film Daily
The Film Daily was a daily publication that existed from 1915 to 1970 in the United States. For 55 years, Film Daily was the main source of news on the film and television industries. It covered the l...
Long Island Press
The Long Island Press is a free, independent monthly news journal serving Long Island with extensive coverage of local and national news, arts and entertainment, sports and alternative political viewp...
Redpath's Illustrated Weekly
Redpath's Illustrated Weekly was a newspaper based out of New York City in the 1880s that was dedicated to the interests of the Irish.
James Redpath, an American abolitionist turned publisher, tra...
Gracies Dinnertime Theatre
Gracies Dinnertime Theatre (GDT) was a publication written by a group of Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT) students that was in production from 1995 to 2005. In its 257 issues, it was notorious...
Előre
Előre (Forward) was a Hungarian-language socialist magazine published in the United States by activists of the Hungarian Socialist Federation of the Socialist Party of America. Launched in September 1...
New York Journal-American
The New York Journal-American was a daily newspaper published in New York City from 1937 to 1966. The Journal-American was the product of a merger between two New York newspapers owned by William Rand...
The Wayne Sentinel
The Wayne Sentinel was a weekly newspaper published in Palmyra, New York beginning in 1823, and continuing at least until 1863. In the late 1820s, the newspaper was one of the first media sources to r...
The Slave's Friend
The Slave's Friend (1836-1838) was an anti-slavery magazine for children produced by the American Anti-Slavery Society (AASS). The short-lived magazine was the first abolitionist magazine targeted to ...
Syracuse Telegram
The Syracuse Telegram was established in 1922 in Syracuse, New York by William Randolph Hearst. Between the years 1922-1925, the newspaper was published as both Syracuse Telegram and Syracuse Evening ...
New-York Mirror
The New-York Mirror was a weekly newspaper published in New York City from 1823 to 1842, and again as a daily newspaper renamed The Evening Mirror from 1844 to 1898.
The Mirror was founded by Geor...
Buffalo Courier-Express
The Buffalo Courier-Express was a morning newspaper in Buffalo, New York. It ceased publication in September 1982.The Courier-Express was created in 1926 by a merger of the Buffalo Daily Courier and t...
Abner Cole
Abner Cole (August 17, 1783 – July 13, 1835), also known by his pen name Obadiah Dogberry, Esq., was a 19th-century American newspaper editor. He was one of the earliest critics of the spiritual claim...
Eteenpäin
Eteenpäin (English: Forward) was a Finnish-language daily newspaper launched in New York City in 1921. The paper was the East Coast organ of Finnish-American members of the Communist Party USA. The pa...
Syracuse Herald-Journal
The Syracuse Herald-Journal (1939-2001) was an evening newspaper in Syracuse, New York, with roots going back to 1839 when it was named the Western State Journal. The final issue — volume 124, number ...
Uus Ilm
Uus Ilm (Estonian for New World) was an Estonian language communist newspaper published from Monroe, New York. It began publication in 1909. During the 1920s, it was tied to the Estonian Language Fede...
Silent News
Silent News was the premier national newspaper for the deaf. Founded by Julius Wiggins (1928-2001), Silent News was published from January 1969 until 2003.
Open Air PM
Open Air PM was a New York City newspaper operated by real estate magnate Abe Hirschfeld and his daughter Rachel Hirschfeld. The paper was published from June 1996 to October 1996.
Abe Hirschfeld ...
New York Evening Telegram
The New York Evening Telegram was a New York City daily newspaper. It was established in 1867. The newspaper was published by James Gordon Bennett, Jr., and it was said to be considered to be an eveni...
New York Star (1800s newspaper)
The New York Star or the Daily Star (1868–1891) was a New York City newspaper.The paper was founded around early 1868 by employees of The Sun, who feared that the recent purchase of the Sun by Charles...
North Star (anti-slavery newspaper)
North Star was a nineteenth-century anti-slavery newspaper published in the United States by abolitionist Frederick Douglass. The paper commenced publication on December 3, 1847 and ceased as the Nort...
Commercial Advertiser
The New-York Commercial Advertiser was an evening American newspaper.It was published, with slight name variations, from 1797-1904, though it originated as the American Minerva founded in 1793.
Th...
New York Dramatic Mirror
The New York Dramatic Mirror (1879-1922) was a prominent theatrical trade newspaper.
The paper was founded in January 1879 by Ernest Harvier as the New York Mirror. In stating its purpose to cov...
The Wall Street Final
The Wall Street Final was an American weekday afternoon business newspaper first published on June 16, 1980 in New York City by publisher Michael Goldstein. The Wall Street Final intended on deliverin...
Onondaga Gazette
The Onondaga Gazette was established on April 2, 1823, in Syracuse, New York. It was published under various names until it came into the hands of Lewis H. Redfield who "made a real and lasting news s...
Edmeston Local
The Edmeston Local is a defunct newspaper from Edmeston, New York that was printed between 1882 and 1943.In 1882, the first newspaper in the region was established by Mr. Elba S. Talbot, together with...
Rochester Times-Union
The Times-Union was a widely circulated daily, evening newspaper in the greater Rochester, New York area for 79 years. It was published as an afternoon daily counterpart to the morning Democrat and C...
Syracuse Telegram and Courier
The Syracuse Telegram and Courier was a daily newspaper serving Syracuse, New York. The paper was founded in 1856 and published under a series of different names until it stopped publishing in 1905 du...