[PW] Request details of citation in Boston Daily Journal in 1865

d-lien University of Minnesota d-lien at umn.edu
Sun Aug 13 08:22:19 PDT 2017


Per WorldCat, 1865 issues are apparently available via this UK
database, which I've not previously heard of:



Libraries with Item: "Boston daily journal"( Record for Item | Get This Item )
Location     Library     Code
US,OH    OCLC FAST PROJ    OCLCF
United Kingdom    ADAM MATTHEW DIGITAL    UKAMD

Title:     Boston daily journal
Corp Author(s):     Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History. ;
Adam Matthew Digital (Firm)
Publication:     Boston [Mass.] : Sleeper & Rogers,
Year:     1845-1872
Frequency:     Daily (except Sunday)
Description:     28 v. Vol. 12, no. 3712 (Apr. 1, 1845)-v. 39, no.
13058 (May 31, 1872).
Language:     English
Series:     Variation: American history, 1493-1945.
Access:     Materials specified: Vol. 31, no. 9635Link to external web
site http://www.americanhistory.amdigital.co.uk.ezp1.lib.umn.edu/Documents/Details/GLC08429.18
Materials specified: Vol. 31, no. 9637Link to external web site
http://www.americanhistory.amdigital.co.uk.ezp1.lib.umn.edu/Documents/Details/GLC08429.19
    SUBJECT(S)
Named Conf:     American Civil War (1861-1865)
Genre/Form:     History.
Newspapers.
Time:     1861-1865
Geographic:     Boston (Mass.) -- Newspapers.
United States -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865 -- Newspapers.
Massachusetts -- Boston.
United States.
Note(s):     Published as the evening ed., 1851-1872./ Publishers:
Henry & Charles Rogers, May 20, 1854-July 16, 1855; Charles O. Rogers,
July 17, 1855-Aug. 20, 1869; Journal Newspaper Co., Aug. 21,
1869-<1872>/ Reproduction: Electronic reproduction./ Vol. 31, no. 9635
(May 9, 1864); v. 31, no. 9637 (May 11, 1864)./ Marlborough, England
:/ Adam Matthew Digital,/ c2015./ (American history, 1493-1945. Module
2, Civil War, reconstruction and the modern era, 1860-1945)
General Info:     Supplements accompany some numbers. Original or
duplicate materials: Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History/
Morning ed.: Boston morning journal, <1851>-1872./ Semiweekly eds.:
Boston journal (Boston, Mass. : Semiweekly), 1845-1849, and: Boston
semi-weekly journal, 1849-<1870>/ Weekly eds.: Boston journal (Boston,
Mass. : Weekly), 1845-1849, and: Boston weekly journal, 1849-1872./
Other ed.: Boston journal for California, <1849-1857> Other editions
available: Boston morning journal; Boston journal (Boston, Mass. :
Semiweekly); Boston semi-weekly journal; Boston journal (Boston, Mass.
: Weekly); Boston weekly journal; Boston journal for California
Other Titles:     Boston daily journal (Boston, Mass. : 1845); Boston journal
Earlier Title:     Evening mercantile journal (Boston, Mass. : Daily)
Later Title:     Boston evening journal
Vendor Info:     Adam Matthew Digital (ADAM)
Material Type:     Newspaper (new); Internet resource (url)
Document Type:     Internet Resource; Serial
Date of Entry:     20150922
Update:     20170708
Accession No:     OCLC: 974478041
Database:     WorldCat

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The BOSTON JOURNAL is also available as part of Series 5 of the Readex
project EARLY AMERICAN NEWSPAPERS, but unfortunately the holdings
there start with January 1, 1866, so too late for your citation:

http://www.readex.com/content/early-american-newspapers-series

http://titlelist.readex.com/source/servlet/index.html?operation=Early%20American%20Newspapers

Early American Newspapers, Series 5, 1777-1922: An Emerging World Power

Late 19th- and Early 20th-Century Newspapers

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for what it's worth...

Dennis Lien / d-lien at umn.edu

On Sun, Aug 13, 2017 at 9:26 AM, ADSGarson O'Toole
<adsgarsonotoole at gmail.com> wrote:
> Back in July, I received a request from a Wall Street Journal writer
> via twitter to explore a quotation attributed to Abraham Lincoln. The
> quotation is popular, e.g., CNN tweeted it on July 4, and the
> statement is engraved on the wall at the Newseum. Yet, the quotation
> is slightly inaccurate.
>
> [Begin excerpt]
> Let the people know the facts and the country will be safe.
> [End excerpt]
>
> Researcher Barry Popik found a key citation dated April 29, 1865. I
> pushed the date back to April 21, 1865. Both of these citations
> pointed to an origin in the Boston Journal. Historian Yoni Appelbaum
> then located the earliest citation in Boston Daily Journal on April
> 17, 1865, and he tweeted an image.
>
> https://twitter.com/YAppelbaum/status/882564306239451137
>
> [Begin excerpt]
> "I have faith in the people. They will not consent to disunion. The
> danger is, that they are misled. Let them know the truth and the
> country is safe."
> [End except]
>
> What database contains the page images for the Boston Daily Journal
> citation? Alternatively, if someone could send me a PDF or jpeg of the
> page containing the quotation I would be most grateful. Thanks.
>
> Garson
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