The Boston Atlas (1832-1857) newspaper of Boston, Massachusetts, was published in daily and semi-weekly editions in the mid-19th century. John H. Eastburn established the paper in 1832. Editors included Richard Hildreth, Richard Haughton, William Hayden, Thomas M. Brewer, William Schouler, R. Carter. Among the contributors: Joseph Carter Abbott, Benjamin Perley Poore, Samuel F. Tappan. Its office stood at no.18 State Street and later in the Old State House. The paper supported the Whig Party. Its Democratic rival, with which it sparred constantly, was the Boston Post. In 1857 the Boston Traveller absorbed The Atlas.
- Daily edition
- Boston Daily Atlas, 1832-1834, 1844-1857
- The Daily Atlas, 1834-1837
- The Atlas, 1837-1840
- Boston Atlas, 1833-1834
- The Atlas, 1834-1840
- The Semi-Weekly Atlas, 1841-1844
- The Boston Semi-Weekly Atlas, 1844-1857
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- ^ a b c Frederic Hudson (1873), Journalism in the United States, from 1690-1872, New York: Harper & Brothers, OCLC 824555
- ^ American dictionary of printing and bookmaking, containing a history of these arts in Europe and America, New York: H. Lockwood & co., 1894
- ^ Boston Directory ..., Boston: Charles Stimpson, Jr., 1836
- ^ The Boston directory for the year 1852. Boston: George Adams. 1852. Retrieved 4 April 2012.
- ^ Schouler (1916). "The Whig Party in Massachusetts". Proceedings of the Massachusetts Historical Society. 50.
- ^ King, Moses (1881), King's Hand-book of Boston ...: Profusely Illustrated, Cambridge, Ma: Moses King, p. 267
- ^ a b c d e f Library of Congress. Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers. Retrieved 2012-03-29
- ^ Library of Congress. Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers. About Boston traveller. (Boston [Mass.]) 1855-1892
Daily Atlas office, State Street, ca.1840s
Portrait of a Boston Atlas reader, 1845, by an unidentified artist (Museum of Fine Arts, Boston)