The American Apollo (January 6, 1792 - December 25, 1794) was a newspaper published in Boston, Massachusetts in the late 18th century, featuring "political and commercial intelligence, and other entertaining matter." It was issued by printer Joseph Belknap, along with Alexander Young (as "Belknap & Young," January–May 1792) and Thomas Hall (as "Belknap & Hall," May 1792-July 1794) on State Street. In 1792, the newly formed Massachusetts Historical Society's "collections were at first published in ... the American Apollo. " The newspaper ceased in December 1794.
- "Proposal of J.Belknap & A. Young for printing a weekly paper to be entitled the American Apollo." The Argus, Nov. 25, 1791
- WorldCat. Belknap, Joseph 1769-1800
- WorldCat. Young, Alexander 1768?-1834
- WorldCat. Hall, Thomas d. 1798
- Library of Congress. American Apollo, w., Jan. 6, 1792-Dec. 25, 1794.
- Brigham. 1915; p.193.
- A Genuine and Correct Account of the Captivity, Sufferings & Deliverance of Mrs. Jemima Howe. Boston: Belknap & Young, 1792.
- The Hapless Orphan. Boston: Belknap & Hall, 1793.
- Winsor. Memorial History of Boston, v.3. 1882; p.635.
- Correspondence between Jeremy Belknap and Ebenezer Hazard, pt.2. Collections of the Massachusetts Historical Society (1846); p.277.
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- J.T. Buckingham. Specimens of Newspaper Literature: with Personal Memoirs, Anecdotes, and Reminiscences. Boston: Redding & Co., 1852; p. 147+
- Clarence Brigham. "Bibliography of American Newspapers, 1690-1820 Part III: Maryland to Massachusetts(Boston)" Proceedings of the American Antiquarian Society April 1915; p. 193-194.