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oclc no. 11340554
Alternative title: Iroquois weekly Republican
Published in: Middleport, IL (Iroquois  County)
Language: English
Years Published: 1856 - 1872
Record Set Name: Watseka Republican
Notes: Middleport was annexed into Watseka on Feb. 19, 1867.
Where we found this title:

bulletAbraham Lincoln Presidential Library
Shelved with Watseka titles. Some issues filmed on reel: M-31A.
Format: Microfilm service copy
Holdings: <1856:5:8-1861:12:4> <1863:5:13> <1865:6:28> <1866:4:21, 10:10-1872:5:1>
Complete? SM

bulletAbraham Lincoln Presidential Library
Format: Microfilm master copy
Holdings: <1856:5:8-1861:12:4> <1863:5:13> <1865:6:28> <1866:4:21, 10:10-1872:5:1>
Complete? SM

bulletChicago History Museum (onsite storage)
Lincoln Newspapers #1.
Format: Original print
Holdings: <1860:3:15>

bulletHancock County Genealogical and Historical Society
Format: Microfilm service copy
Holdings: <1860:4:19> <1867:4:17> <1870:4:13> <1871:4:12>

bulletIroquois County Genealogical Society
Format: Microfilm service copy
Holdings: <1857:9:2-1872:5:1>
Complete? SM

bulletWatseka Public Library
Format: Microfilm service copy
Holdings: <1856:5:8-1861:12:4> <1865:6:28> <1866:10:10-1872:5:1>
Complete? SM

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