Vox Populi: 1841 – 1896

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Vox Populi: 1841 – 1896 & the History of Journalism in Lowell
a new combined edition, fully indexed

by Z. E. Stone &??Frederick W. Coburn

62 pages
ISBN-13:?978-1475052732 / ISBN-10:?1475052731

A combined edition of Z.E. Stone’s 1906 essay on the Rise, Progress and Decline of Lowell?s Once Popular Newspaper the Vox Populi (1841 – 1896) with Biographical Sketches of those involved bound together with “Journalism in Lowell” from History of Lowell and Its People by Frederick William Coburn written in 1920. Fully indexed.

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Vox Populi: 1841 – 1896 & the History of Journalism in Lowell: a new combined edition, fully indexed

Authored by Z. E. Stone &??Frederick W. Coburn

5.5″ x 8.5″?(13.97 x 21.59 cm)?
Black & White on Cream paper
62 pages

ISBN-13:?978-1475052732 / ISBN-10:?1475052731
BISAC:?History / United States / State & Local / New England

A combined edition of Z.E. Stone’s 1906 essay on the Rise, Progress and Decline of Lowell?s Once Popular Newspaper the Vox Populi (1841 – 1896) with Biographical Sketches of those involved bound together with “Journalism in Lowell” from History of Lowell and Its People by Frederick William Coburn written in 1920. Fully indexed.

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