The Weekly Anglo-African

Titres

Fr The Weekly Anglo-African
Fr The Anglo-African

Description

Fr L’hebdomadaire paraît en même temps que le mensuel “The Anglo-African Magazine”. En 1861, faisant face à des difficultés financières, Thomas Hamilton est contraint de vendre le journal à George Lawrence Jr. et James Redpath qui le renomment “The Palm and Pine”. Le frère de Thomas, Robert Hamilton, relance cependant le périodique sous le titre “The Anglo-African” quelques mois plus tard. Le journal inspire Robert Campbell qui publie à partir de 1863 à Lagos, Nigeria, “The Anglo-African”.

Lieu de publication

Collaborateurs

Fr Hamilton, Thomas (Etats-Unis)
Fr Hamilton, Robert (Etats-Unis)

Auteurs édités

Fr Delany, Martin Robison (Etats-Unis)
Fr Wells Brown, William (Etats-Unis)

Sujets

Dates de publication

Fr 1859 - 1865

Identifiant

Fr 256981

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Pour citer cette ressource

Hamilton, Thomas (Etats-Unis), "The Weekly Anglo-African", SISMO (Portail Mondial des Revues), consulté le 21 septembre 2021, https://sismo.inha.fr/s/fr/journal/256981