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American Publishers' Circular and Literary Gazette

American Publishers' Circular and Literary Gazette was a US periodical covering and advertising American publishing, published in the 1850s and 1860s.

Publication History

American Publishers' Circular and Literary Gazette began in 1855 as the successor to Norton's Literary Gazette and Publishers' Circular. It absorbed the more literary magazine "The Criterion" in 1856. In 1863, it began a new series, which would be renamed "American Literary Gazette and Publishers' Circular" later that year.

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