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Putnam's Magazine was a monthly magazine of American literature, science, art, and national affairs, published by G. P. Putnam's Sons.
Putnam's Magazine first appeared in 1853, and ran to 1857 in its first incarnation. A second incarnation ran from 1868-1870. A third incarnation (a continuation of the "Critic" known initially as "Putnam's Monthly and the Critic") ran from 1906-1910. It absorbed "The Reader" in 1908.
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