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Vinita Leader

Vinita, Craig County
American Indian Newspapers

Available on Microfilm:
9/7/1899–11/5/1959; 10/26/1916–1/2/1919, 10/9/1919, 1/27/1921, 7/14/1929–3/27/1930, 4/3/1930–9/25/1975 (ceased publication)

Notes:
7/7/1955 is filmed after 10/6/1955; title changed to Craig County Democrat 11/12/1959; consolidated with Vinita Daily Chieftain and Vinita Weekly Chieftain between 1911 and 1914; missing issues: 12/19/1901, 12/181902, 4/18/1907, 11/7/1907, 10/4/1917, 9/12/1918–12/12/1918,1919, 1920, 1/2/1930, 2/27/193012/25/1930, 7/2/1931, 3/24/1932, 5/4/1933, 8/16/1934, 8/26/1934, 4/4/1935, 3/24/1938, 7/23/1942, 8/27/1942, 11/12/1942, 11/26/1942, 9/23/43, 10/12/1944, 12/7/1944, 12/25/1947, 5/8/1952, 11/25/1954, 12/19/1954, 5/26/1955, 12/22/1960, 12/7/1967, 12/12/1968

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