Farmers' Review

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Farmers' Review
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Farmers' Review 1880[1]
TypeWeekly newspaper
Owner(s)Hannibal H. Chandler
National Stockman and Farmer Company
HeadquartersChicago, Illinois

Farmers' Review was a weekly newspaper published in Chicago, Illinois starting in 1877.[2] It was founded by A. Moore. In 1883 it was purchased and managed by Hannibal H. Chandler and edited by Oscar C. Gibbs. In 1909 it was bought by National Stockman and Farmer Company. The main focus of the newspaper was agriculture and livestock production.


  1. ^ "Farmers' Review". Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections. Retrieved 10 November 2014.
  2. ^ Scott, Frank William; James, Edmund Janes. Newspapers and Periodicals of Illinois 1814-1879. published by the author.

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