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  • [Info] The Pioneer Press of Kentucky: From the Printing of the First Paper West of the Alleghanies, August 11, 1787, to the Establishment of the Daily Press in 1830 (Filson Club Publications #3; Louisville: J. P. Morton and Co., 1888), by William Henry Perrin
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  • [Info] The Pioneer Press of Kentucky: From the Printing of the First Paper West of the Alleghanies, August 11, 1787, to the Establishment of the Daily Press in 1830 (Filson Club Publications #3; Louisville: J. P. Morton and Co., 1888), by William Henry Perrin
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