Early Utah journalism

a half century of forensic warfare, waged by the West"s most militant press.
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American newspapers -- Utah -- History, Journalism --

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StatementBy J. Cecil Alter.
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LC ClassificationsPN4897.U83 A6
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Pagination405 p.
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Open LibraryOL6379095M
LC Control Number38034353
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[J Cecil Alter]. Salt Lake City. Facsimiles. Illus. Frontis. Gilt cloth. About fine, with news clipping laid in. Item #WRCAM Good reference, listing the newspapers by city or town, dates of publication, etc.

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Alter commented that "more first-class, two-fisted, paying newspapers have flourished, and died with their boots on, in Beaver than in many other cities of several times the size." The Beaver County News went through a number of editorial and ownership changes in rapid succession.

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Rogers’s excellent book Unpopular Sovereignty: Mormons and the Federal Management of Early Utah Territory corrects this oversight, placing Utah Territory firmly at the center of the national debate over the extension of slavery into the territories.

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