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- Collection: Non-military Records
- Records: 439,964
News - The Chicago Tribune
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- Publication Title:
- News - The Chicago Tribune
- Content Source:
- Allen County Public Library
- Published on Fold3:
- February 20, 2008
- Last Update:
- July 2, 2012
- Since its founding in 1847, "The Chicago Tribune" has been one of the country's most influential daily newspapers, claiming many firsts in journalism and publishing.
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Dateline Sarajevo, June 28, 1914: Archduke Francis Ferdinand is assassinated. Rumblings of another war begin. Read about it within the pages of a newspaper that was influential in reporting the aftermath of our nation's earlier great conflict, the American Civil War.
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The Great Chicago Fire of October 8-10, 1871, is one of many historic local events reported by the Second City's largest newspaper. Before front-page news was printed on the front page of a newspaper, a reader needed to look inside for the story. In this 8 October 1871 edition, the Trib reports the first headlines on page 3, opposite an insurance company's ad reminding residents to "prepare for fall and winter fires."
Read about the early days of "the Trib" and view a timeline of its history in the Chicago Tribune history pages.
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News of Lincoln's Assassination appears in the April 17, 1865 edition of "The Daily Dramatic Chronicle."
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