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Elihu Stout, printer to the territory

James Lamar Weygand

Elihu Stout, printer to the territory

by James Lamar Weygand

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Published by Private Press of the Indiana Kid in Nappanee, Ind .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Stout, Elihu, -- 1782-1860.,
  • Printers -- Indiana.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesPrinter to the territory
    Statement[James Lamar Weygand].
    ContributionsPrivate Press of the Indiana Kid.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination48 p., [4] p. of plates :
    Number of Pages48
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22975417M
    LC Control Number55035675

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    Brand book of the territory of New Mexico, showing all the brands on cattle, horses, mules and asses, re-recorded under the provisions of the act, approved February 16th, , and other brands recorded since May 1st, , up to December 31st, Filed under: Session laws -- Hawaii. Laws of Her Majesty Liliuokalani, Queen of the Hawaiian Islands, Passed by the Legislative Assembly at Its Session, (Honolulu: R. Grieve, ca. ), by Hawaii (at ) Items below (if any) are from related and broader terms.

    The mother of Mr. Cauthorn was a daughter of Elihu Stout, who founded the Vincennes Western Sun newspaper in , and continued its publication until After the death of his father Mr. Cauthorn, with his mother, resided with Mr. Stout, and soon after entered the printing office of his grandfather, where he acquired the art of a practical. A muster roll of a company of volunteer riflemen, raised in Illinois Territory, under the command of Capt, Thomas E. Craig in the service of the United States, by order of His Excellency, Ninian Edwards, Governor of said Territory, from the 5th September to the 2nd December,


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ELIHU STOUT PRINT SHOP Elihu Stout's Print Shop represents the power of communication in westward expansion. As the country expanded westward, the distribution of information was crucial to the formation of states.

InGov. William Henry Harrison brought Elihu Stout to Vincennes to print the laws of the Indiana territory. Vincennes [Ind.]: Printed by Elihu Stout, printer to the territory., [i.e. ] Edition/Format: eBook: Document: State or province government publication: EnglishView all editions and formats: Rating: (not yet rated) 0 with reviews - Be the first.

Subjects: Law -- Indiana. Law. Indiana. More like this: Similar Items. The Need of a Printer in Indiana Territory By Douglas C. McMurtrie As is well known, the first printing office in Indiana was established by Elihu Stout, who published the initial issue of the Indiana Gazette on J Stout had pre viously been employed by William Bradford, dean of Kentucky printers.

The Vincennes Sun-Commercial is a newspaper in the city of Vincennes Indiana, United State of is currently a member of the Hoosier State Press Association. The newspaper was originally created by Elihu Stout inand is the first newspaper in the state of Indiana.

In the Vincennes sun-commercial was recognized by the Indiana General Assembly House of Representatives on the Format: Broadsheet. His mother was a daughter Elihu Stout Elihu Stout, who founded the Vincennes Western Sun newspaper inand continued its publication until After the death of his father Henry Cauthorn, with his mother, he resided with Elihu Stout, and soon after entered the printing office of his grandfather, where he acquired the art of a practical printer.

By the summer ofhowever, Harrison could use the expertise of an Indiana printer who had been trained in Bradford's Lexington, Kentucky, shop: Elihu Stout had come to Vincennes. Purchasing a press and type in Frankfort, Kentucky, Stout arranged for a small craft to ship his equipment via the Kentucky River to on: Indianapolis, Indiana, United States.

A young journeyman printer from New Jersey, Elihu Stout, got the job, and published the first issue of what he dubbed the Indiana Gazette on the Fourth of July, “The Book of Mormon An account written by the hand of Mormon upon plates taken from the plates of Nephi wherefore it is an abridgment of the record of the People of Nephi & also of the Lamanites written to the Lamanites which are a remnant of the house of Israel & also to Jew & Gentile written by way of commandment & also by the spirit of Prophesy & of revelation written & sealed up & hid up.

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Elihu Stout’s Press Printer to the Indiana Territory. attract a printer, because such attempts were not unusual. William Henry Harrison, Indiana's first territorial governor, wrote Secre tary of State James Madison in November,for permission to employ a printer.

Five or six months later, Elihu Stout arrived in Vincennes with press, type, paper, and the enthusiasm of a twenty. Governors Island is a acre (70 ha) island in New York Harbor, within the New York City borough of is located approximately yards ( m) south of Manhattan Island, and is separated from Brooklyn to the east by the yard-wide ( m) Buttermilk National Park Service administers a small portion of the north of the island as the Governors Island National Coordinates: 40°41′29″N 74°0′58″W /.

In Elihu Stout had printed the first newspaper in what was then the Indiana Territory, the Indiana Gazette at Vincennes.

Other newspaper editors set up shop as settlements grew: Madison had the Western Eagle inBrookville the Enquirer and Indiana Telegraph in and shortly thereafter the Indiana Register in : Ray Boomhower. When the Indiana Territory was created in it encompassed all of the present states of Illinois & Wisconsin, nearly all of Indiana, and parts of Ohio, Michigan, and Minnesota.

In Vincennes in Elihu Stout, a Virginian, printed the first number of the “Indiana Gazette“, the first newspaper in Indiana. It continued until when the. Zeller’s book of color plates, published some years ago, is now hard to secure. She still has the originals and an even larger collection which awaits a publisher.

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A advertisement in Printer’s Ink states that the News-Times publishes “morning, evening, and Sunday editions” and “blankets the territory w daily Sunday circulation.” (South Bend in had a population of ab people.) To increase profit, the paper tried to appeal to merchants, since the city was.

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The Printer’s Manuscript of the Book of Mormon: Typographical Facsimile of. The Project Gutenberg eBook, A Walk from London to John O'Groat's, by Elihu Burritt This eBook is for the use of anyone anywhere at no cost and with almost no restrictions whatsoever.

You may copy it, give it away or re-use it under the terms of the Project Gutenberg License included with this eBook or online at Title: A Walk.

Full text of "Genealogy of the Cornell family: being an account of the descendants of Thomas Cornell" See other formats. A noted descendant of Richard Stout was Elihu Stout, who, aboutwas induced by Gen. William Henry Harrison, afterwards President, to settle at Vincennes, Indiana. He founded the " Western Sun" newspaper, July 4, the pioneer newspaper within the .Two years later he sold out and became editor in chief of the Tacoma Daily Ledger, very soon being appointed printer for the Territory.

When this office was lost by the election of President Cleveland he founded the Seattle Daily Times, which he continued to publish until the spring ofwhen he returned to Hays City and commenced the."MAYFIELD, W.

IBorn in Illinois inand came to Oregon twenty-two years later. Lives in Portland and is a printer by occupation. Married Elizabeth Engle inand Mrs. Nettie Gooch in Had two children by the former.

Was a soldier in the Rogue River war, and .