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Michigan

Jackson

There has been several other papers published in Jackson, but their existence has been so brief that they have left no history to write, unless it would be the date of the first and last issue, and the disappointment of the publishers. The publication of the "Volksfreund," a weekly paper in the German language, was commenced in January, 1872, at Fort Wayne, Ind. In 1876 this paper was removed to Jackson, and the seventh volume is now being published by Rudolph Worch, under the name of " Michigan Volksfreund," and receives, as it deserves, a cordial support from all familiar with the language of the fatherland. In December, 1877, the first number of the " Michigan Sun," a paper devoted to the principles of the National Greenback Party, was issued.

Jackson
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