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DeBow's Review

DeBow's Review was a journal of "agricultural, commercial, and industrial progress and resources" published in the US in the 19th century, concentrating on the southern states. (There is a Wikipedia article about this serial.)

Publication History

DeBow's Review began publication as The Commercial Review of the South and West. It went through several titles after that, but mostly variations on Debow's Review. Publication appears to have been suspended after the July/August 1864 issue, but it started a new "after the war series" for January of 1866. In 1884, the magazine was either renamed to or absorbed by the Agricultural Review and Industrial Monthly.

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