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A History of American Magazines, Volume I: 1741–1850

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$169.50 • £135.95 • €152.50

ISBN 9780674395503

Publication Date: 01/01/1930

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934 pages

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56 halftones; 6 line illustrations; 3 charts

Belknap Press

A History of American Magazines

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  • Acknowledgments
  • Introduction
  • Part I: The Period of Beginnings; 1741–1794
    • 1. Motives, Nature, and Problems of the First Magazines
    • 2. What the First Magazines Printed
    • Supplement to Part I: Sketches of Certain Important Magazines, 1741–1794
      • 1. The American Magazine, or A Monthly View
      • 2. The General Magazine
      • 3. The American Magazine and Historical Chronicle
      • 4. The American Magazine and Monthly Chronicle
      • 5. The Royal American Magazine
      • 6. The Pennsylvania Magazine
      • 7. The Worcester Magazine
      • 8. The Columbian Magazine and The Universal Asylum
      • 9. The American Museum
      • 10. The American Magazine
      • 11. The Massachusetts Magazine
      • 12. The Christian’s, Scholar’s, and Farmer’s Magazine
      • 13. The New-York Magazine
  • Part II: The Period of Nationalism: 1794–1825
    • 3. Nature of the Magazines of the Second Period
    • 4. The Relation of the Magazines of the Second Period to the Sciences, Politics, the Arts, and “Belles-Lettres”
    • 5. The Third War With England; Publishing Problems
    • Supplement to Part II: Sketches of Certain Important Magazines: 1794-1825
      • 14. The Medical Repository
      • 15. The Monthly Magazine, and American Review, and its successors under the editorship of Charles Brockden Brown
      • 16. The Port Folio
      • 17. The Boston Weekly Magazine; The Emerald
      • 18. The American Baptist Magazine
      • 19. The Monthly Anthology and Boston Review
      • 20. The Monthly Register and Review of the Unites States
      • 21. The Panoplist
      • 22. The American Mineralogical Journal
      • 23. Nile’s Weekly Register
      • 24. The American Review, and The American Quarterly Review
      • 25. The General Repository and Review
      • 26. The Analectic Magazine, and The Literary Gazette
      • 27. Christian Disciple, and Christian Examiner
      • 28. The Portico
      • 29. The American Monthly Magazine and Critical Review
      • 30. The Methodist Review
      • 31. The American Journal of Science
      • 32. The Eclectic Magazine, and Its Progenitor
      • 33. The Christian Spectator
      • 34. The Western Review
      • 35. The Literary and Scientific Repository
      • 36. The Christian Advocate
      • 37. The New England Farmer (Fessenden’s)
      • 38. The New York Mirror
      • 39. The United States Literary Gazette, and The United States Review and Literary Gazette
      • 40. The Atlantic Magazine, and The New-York Review and Atheneum Magazine
  • Part III: The Period of Expansion: 1825–1850
    • 6. General Periodicals in the Era of Expansion
    • 7. Magazine Centers and Foreign Relations
    • 8. Types of Writing in the Magazines; the Arts and Sciences
    • 9. Politics, Economics, Reforms, and Fads
    • 10. Editors, Contributors, and Management
    • Supplement to Part III: Sketches of Certain Important Magazines: 1825-1850
      • 41. The Biblical Repertory, and The Princeton Review
      • 42. The New-Harmony Gazette, and The Free Enquirer
      • 43. The American Journal of Pharmacy
      • 44. The American Journal of Education (Russell’s)
      • 45. Graham’s Magazine, and The Casket
      • 46. Journal of the Franklin Institute
      • 47. The Western Monthly Review
      • 48. The Friend
      • 49. The American Journal of the Medical Sciences
      • 50. The Spirit of the Pilgrims
      • 51. The Southern Review
      • 52. The American Monthly Magazine (Willis’s)
      • 53. Godey’s Lady’s Book
      • 54. The Illinois Monthly; The Western Monthly
      • 55. The New-England Magazine (Buckingham’s)
      • 56. The American Monthly Review
      • 57. The Knickerbocker Magazine
      • 58. The Select Journal of Foreign Periodical Literature
      • 59. The American Monthly Magazine (Benjamin’s)
      • 60. Parley’s Magazine
      • 61. The Literary and Theological Review
      • 62. The Ladies’ Companion (Snowden’s)
      • 63. The Southern Literary Journal
      • 64. The Western Messenger
      • 65. The Southern Literary Journal
      • 66. The Christian Review
      • 67. The New York Review (Henry’s)
      • 68. The Ladies’ Garland
      • 69. Burton’s Gentleman’s Magazine
      • 70. The Democratic Review
      • 71. The Boston Quarterly Review, and Browson’s Quarterly Review
      • 72. The Hesperian
      • 73. The Connecticut Common School Journal
      • 74. The Merchant’s Magazine and Commercial Review
      • 75. The Magnolia; or, Southern Apalachian
      • 76. The Dial (Boston)
      • 77. Arcturus
      • 78. Merry’s Museum
      • 79. The United States Catholic Magazine
      • 80. The Boston Miscellany
      • 81. The Southern Quarterly Review
      • 82. The American Agriculturist
      • 83. Miss Leslie’s Magazine and Arthur’s Ladies’ Magazine
      • 84. The Pioneer (Lowell’s)
      • 85. The Bibliotheca Sacra
      • 86. The Columbian Lady’s and Gentleman’s Magazine
      • 87. The Christian Parlor Magazine
      • 88. Littell’s Living Age
      • 89. The American Whig Review
      • 90. The Southern and Western Magazine
      • 91. The Broadway Journal
      • 92. The Harbinger
      • 93. The Literary World (Ducyckinck’s)
      • 94. The Union Magazine
      • 95. Friends’ Review
      • 96. The Massachusetts Quarterly Review
      • 97. The John-Donkey
  • Appendix
  • Chronological List of Magazines
  • Index

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