|Cape Girardeau Eagle: Union Series|
|Extent: 1 volume|
|Accession Number: 2009.001|
|Abstract: Microfilm and print copies of the newspaper published by the First Wisconsin Cavalry in Cape Girardeau, MO.|
|Processed by: Amber Miranda, November, 2007.|
Special Collections and Archives,
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|Citation: Cape Girardeau Eagle [Union Series], [dates], Special Collections and Archives, Southeast Missouri State University|
Other Relevant Collections
Cape Girardeau Eagle
Cape Girardeau Eagle, Semo Periodicals, Kent Library
Snider Manuscript, Richard E.
The Cape Girardeau Eagle was
originally published by Ben F. Herr from 1857 until the May 26 1859 issue, when
the publisher changed Herr & Moor.
The February 1861 through the March 21 1861 issues were published by M. H. Moor.
At this point the publishers closed down the paper and left Cape
Beginning May 10, 1862 the newspaper was once again published, but the name changed to Cape Girardeau Eagle: Union Series. It was published “under the auspices of the First Wisconsin Cavalry” because the commander wanted to communicate with entirety of the district under his command. The Union Series ran for 12 issues.
|Scope and Content Note|
Print copies are available of the Union Series in a scrapbook, along
with 2 letters from Captain H. F. Potter of the First Wisconsin Cavalry
to Louis Houck about the Union
Series papers. Dates available listed below:
1862: May 10, May 17, May 24, May 31, June 7, June 14, June 21, June 28, July 12, July 19, July 26, August 16
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