The Weekly Southerner. Largest Circulation in the City! Largest in the County! Largest in Cherokee Georgia! Thursday Morning, November 5, 1863. Georgia Rome, The Weekly Southerner, D. A. Gartell.
The Weekly Southerner. Largest Circulation in the City! Largest in the County! Largest in Cherokee Georgia! Thursday Morning, November 5, 1863
The Weekly Southerner. Largest Circulation in the City! Largest in the County! Largest in Cherokee Georgia! Thursday Morning, November 5, 1863

The Weekly Southerner. Largest Circulation in the City! Largest in the County! Largest in Cherokee Georgia! Thursday Morning, November 5, 1863

Rome, Georgia: D. A. Gartell, Editor, 1863.

Newspaper. Newspaper. Single sheet approx. 18" x 23". 2 pages. Paper is folded. Paper is edge chipped, creased and toned. Articles include, “Shall We Have an Eight Years War”; “Headquarters news from Atlanta”; “An Old Woman Charges on General Forrest”; “A Faithful and Sensible Slave”; Death of Lt. Col. A. R. Harper”; ”How to Make a Girl (Irresistibly) Handsome”; and more. Several advertisements including one for a runaway Slave. Previous owner(s) name in pencil top right corner. Vintage north Georgia Confederate newspaper printed less than 2 months after the Battle of Chickamauga in southern Tennessee. Fair. Item #25624

Price: $500.00