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Frederick William Allsopp. History of the Arkansas Press for a Hundred Years and More. Parke-Harper Publishing. 1922. 684pp.

Ellis Cose. The Press: Inside America's Great Newspaper Empires. Morrow. 1989. 380pp.

David Randall Davies. The Postwar Decline of American Newspapers, 1945-1965: The History of American Journalism. Greenwood Publishing Group. 1994. 185pp.

John Maxwell Hamilton; George A. Krimsky. Hold the Press: The Inside Story on Newspapers. LSU Press. 1997. 216pp.

James L. Hansen. Wisconsin Newspapers, 1833-1850: An Analytical Bibliography. State Historical Society of Wisconsin. 1979. 100pp.

Ernest C. Hynds. American Newspapers in the 1970s. Hastings House. 1975. 349pp.

Robert A. Karlowich. We Fall and Rise: Russian-Language Newspapers in New York City, 1889-1914. Scarecrow Press. 1991. 332pp.

Herbert A. Kenny. Newspaper Row: Journalism in the Pre-Television Era. Globe Pequot. 1987. 236pp. Boston newspapers, 1890-1956.

James Owen Knauss. Territorial Florida Journalism. Florida State Historical Society. 1926. 250pp.

Howard Kurtz. Media Circus: The Trouble with America's Newspapers. Times Books. 1993. 420pp.

Melvin J. Lasky. The Language of Journalism: Newspaper Culture. Transaction Publishers. 2000. 478pp.

Alfred McClung Lee. The Daily Newspaper in America: The Evolution of a Social Instrument. Macmillan. 1937. 797pp.

Richard E. Lingenfelter; Karen Rix Gash. The Newspapers of Nevada: A History and Bibliography, 1854-1979. University of Nevada Press. 1983. 337pp.

John C. Merrill; Harold A. Fisher. The World's Great Dailies: Profiles of Fifty Newspapers. Hastings House. 1980. 399pp.

Philip Meyer. The Vanishing Newspaper: Saving Journalism in the Information Age. University of Missouri Press. 2004. 269pp.

David Paul Nord. Communities of Journalism: A History of American Newspapers and Their Readers. University of Illinois Press. 2001. 293pp.

David Sachsman; Warren Sloat. The Press and the Suburbs: The Daily Newspapers of New Jersey. Transaction Publishers. 1985. 149pp.

Ted Curtis Smythe. The Gilded Age Press, 1865-1900. Praeger. 1994. 240pp.

Gloria M. Strathern. Alberta Newspapers, 1880-1982: An Historical Directory. University of Alberta. 1988. 568pp.

Dennis L. Swibold. Copper Chorus: Mining, Politics, and the Montana Press, 1889 - 1959. Montana Historical Society Press. 2006. 408pp. Control of the state's newspapers by Anaconda Copper Mining Company.

George S. Turnbull. History of Oregon Newspapers. Portland: Binfords & Mort. 1939. 560pp.

Oswald Garrison Villard. The Disappearing Daily: Chapters in American Newspaper Evolution. Ayer Publishing. 1969. 285pp.

Martin Walker. Powers of the Press: The World's Great Newspapers. Quartet Books. 1982. 401pp.

Aurora Wallace. Newspapers and the Making of Modern America: A History. Greenwood Press. 2005. 214pp.

William C. Wright; Paul A. Stellhorn. Directory of New Jersey Newspapers, 1765-1970. New Jersey Historical Commission. 1977. 319pp.

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