|Title||The Aliened American. |
|Published||Cleveland, Ohio : W.H. Day, 1853- |
|Dates of Publication||^<0x95>Vol. 1, no. 1 (Apr. 9, 1853)-|
^<0x95>Ceased in 1854?
|Description||v. ; 57 cm. |
|General Note||Published on Saturday. |
"To furnish news; to favor literature, science and art; to aid the development, educational, mechanical and social of Colored Americans; to defend the rights of humanity."
"First Negro paper in Cleveland."
|Num. Peculiar.||Vol. 1, no. 1 announces that there will be a temporary suspension in publication. |
|Summary Note||Summary: According to the Annals of Cleveland, this title was still being published in Jan. of 1854. By June of 1855 Day was publishing the Peoples's exposition [non-extant?] and the 1856 Cleveland directory lists Day as publisher of the Peoples record. |
|Subjects||African American newspapers -- Ohio -- Cleveland. |
African Americans -- Ohio -- Cleveland.
African Americans -- Ohio -- Cleveland -- Newspapers.
Cleveland (Ohio) -- Newspapers.
|Other Authors||Day, William Howard, 1825-1900. |
|LC Card Number||sn83-35397|
|Call Number/Copies|| |
| ||WRHS Research Library: 34 C9.4 016 (Oversize)|
MQ3818 c.1: Rare book room, local class, restricted access [status: NON-CIRCULATING]
Apr 9, 1853