Newspaper The workingman's advocate (Chicago [Ill.]), November 5, 1864 Workingman's advocate and anti-monopolist
About this Newspaper
- The workingman's advocate (Chicago [Ill.]), November 5, 1864
- Workingman's advocate and anti-monopolist
- University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Library, Urbana, IL
Place of Publication
- Chicago [Ill.]
Dates of Publication
Created / Published
- Chicago [Ill.], November 5, 1864
- - Labor unions--United States--Newspapers
- - Chicago (Ill.)--Newspapers
- - Cook County (Ill.)--Newspapers
- - Philadelphia (Pa.)--Newspapers
- - Philadelphia County (Pa.)--Newspapers
- - Detroit (Mich.)--Newspapers
- - Wayne County (Mich.)--Newspapers
- - Hamilton County (Ohio)--Newspapers
- - Labor unions
- - Illinois--Chicago
- - Illinois--Cook County
- - Michigan--Detroit
- - Michigan--Wayne County
- - Ohio--Hamilton County
- - Pennsylvania--Philadelphia
- - Pennsylvania--Philadelphia County
- - United States
- - United States--Illinois--Cook--Chicago
- - United States--Pennsylvania--Philadelphia--Philadelphia
- - United States--Michigan--Wayne--Detroit
- - United States--Ohio--Hamilton--Cincinnati
- - Weekly
- - Began in 1864; ceased in 1877.
- - Published simultaneously in Philadelphia, Pa., Jan. 16, 1869-Sept. 3, 1870, and in Cincinnati, Ohio, Sept. 10, 1870-, and in Detroit, Mich.,
- - Published by: A.C. Cameron, <1875->
- - "Devoted to the interests of the producing classes."
- - Available on microfilm from State Historical Society of Wisconsin.
- - Archived issues are available in digital format from the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
- - Official organ of: Industrial Congress of the United States, <1875->
- - Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 8 (Sept. 17, 1864).
- 4 pages
Call Number/Physical Location
- HD6500 .W67
Library of Congress Control Number
- online text
Additional Metadata Formats
IIIF Presentation Manifest
State/Province (Geographic Coverage)
- Chicago (Ill.)
- Cook County
- Cook County (Ill.)
- Detroit (Mich.)
- Hamilton County
- Hamilton County (Ohio)
- Labor Unions
- Philadelphia (Pa.)
- Philadelphia County
- Philadelphia County (Pa.)
- United States
- Wayne County
- Wayne County (Mich.)
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Cite This Item
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Chicago citation style:
The Workingman's Advocate. (Chicago, IL), Nov. 5 1864. https://www.loc.gov/item/sn89077510/1864-11-05/ed-1/.
APA citation style:
(1864, November 5) The Workingman's Advocate. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/sn89077510/1864-11-05/ed-1/.
MLA citation style:
The Workingman's Advocate. (Chicago, IL) 5 Nov. 1864. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, www.loc.gov/item/sn89077510/1864-11-05/ed-1/.