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Newspaper The new South (Port Royal, S.C.), September 6, 1862

About this Newspaper

About this Newspaper


  • The new South (Port Royal, S.C.), September 6, 1862


  • University of South Carolina; Columbia, SC

Place of Publication

  • Port Royal, S.C.

Dates of Publication

  • 1862-1867

Created / Published

  • Port Royal, S.C., September 6, 1862


  • -  Port Royal (S.C.)--Newspapers
  • -  Beaufort (S.C.)--Newspapers
  • -  Beaufort County (S.C.)--Newspapers
  • -  South Carolina--Beaufort
  • -  South Carolina--Beaufort County
  • -  South Carolina--Port Royal
  • -  United States--South Carolina--Beaufort--Beaufort
  • -  United States--South Carolina--Beaufort--Port Royal


  • Newspapers


  • -  Weekly
  • -  Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 15, 1862)-
  • -  Ceased in Mar. 1867. Cf. Moore, South Carolina newspapers.
  • -  Published at Beaufort, S.C., .
  • -  Publisher: L. Thompson, <1866>.
  • -  Editors: Adam Badeau, <1862>; Joseph H. Sears, <1863-1865>.
  • -  Issues for Nov. 14, 1863- called also whole no. 60-<177>.
  • -  Suspended Mar. 29-Aug. 16, 1862.
  • -  Volume and issue numbering irregular.
  • -  Available on microfilm from The University of South Carolina.
  • -  Archived issues are available in digital format from the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
  • -  Latest issue consulted: Vol. 5, no. 48 (Sept. 29, 1866).


  • 4 pages

Call Number/Physical Location

  • Newspaper

Library of Congress Control Number

  • sn83025760

Online Format

  • image
  • pdf
  • online text

Reel Numbers

  • 00415620202

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Chicago citation style:

The new South. (Beaufort, SC), Sep. 6 1862.

APA citation style:

(1862, September 6) The new South. Retrieved from the Library of Congress,

MLA citation style:

The new South. (Beaufort, SC) 6 Sep. 1862. Retrieved from the Library of Congress,