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Publication Name:

The LaSalle Journal

Years in print:

1872- 1873


The LaSalle Journal, a literary and religious monthly, was begun in January, 1872, by George A. Schuette, A.B., now a member of the order of the Christian Brothers. In 1873 it was changed to a magazine form and the word "Journal" dropped from its title. It lived about two years; its articles were nearly all by young writers.
(From the Encyclopedia of the History of Missouri by Alexander N. De Menil, 1901).

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