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Ashtabula Telegraph

Ashtabula Telegraph was a newspaper published in Ashtabula, Ohio in the 19th and early 20th century. The title varied somewhat over time.

Publication History

Ashtabula Telegraph began in 1849. It became the Ashtabula Telegraph and Lake Co. Advertiser in 1851, the Ashtabula Telegraph and Lake Co. Free Press in 1852 (after a merger with the Painesville Free Press), and the Ashtabula Weekly Telegraph in 1853. The name shorted to Ashtabula Telegraph in 1874, but Ashtabula Weekly Telegraph was used again from 1880 to 1886 before the Ashtabula Telegraph title resumed. The Ashtabula Telegraph ceased publication in 1911.

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