Shelf Location: Micro Newspapers
Truman State University's school newspaper. Issued weekly when school is in session.
Online archive at: http://index.truman.edu/
Index-Truman State University's Student Newspaper
Kirksville Normal School Index, 1909-1919
Northeast Missourian, 1931-1937
Northeast Missouri State College Index, 1968-1972
Northeast Missouri State University Index, 1972-1996
This page provides information about Kirksville Newspapers at Pickler Memorial Library
Index to Truman publications including:
A publication of the Census Bureau which explains what is available in the census materials.
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