Early history of Ozaukee County, Wisconsin
Port Washington, pp. 44a-54
Port Washington preserved in the Niederkorn Library. All papers published here since World War I are in English. Anyone owning a copy of one of the papers which began publication in the county before 1900 would do the society a great favor by = the copy or copies. The known list is: In Port Washington; The Washington County Democrat 1847-1849; The Blade, 1849; Ozaukee County Times, 1853; Ozaukee County Democrat, 1854; Advertiser Democrat, 1855-1859; Ozaukee County Advertiser, 1859; The Eagle,(also called Der Adler) 1860-1862; The Port Washington Republican, 1859-1861; The Port Washington Star, 1879 into the 1920's; The Dairy News, a monthly in 1895 only; The Satellite, a P.W. High School paper, 1888-1889; The Port Washington Pilot, 1898; and The Port Washington Herald, 1898-middle of the 20th century. There were a series of amateur socl ety journals beginning in 1858 called: "The Literary Chip Basket," "Society Journal," "What Not," "The Whimsical Mirror," "The Allspice" and "The.Star." Copies of all of these were extant in 1881, except the last one mentioned. None are known to exist today. They were described as humorous and spicy and beautifully illustrated with local artistic talent.
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