The Union’s debut edition? |

The Union’s debut edition?

It seems to me that if it was possible to re-publish the first edition of The Union newspaper, it would have a great sales appeal.

Leonard Ackeret

Grass Valley

Editor’s note: Sadly, no copies of the first two months of The Union – Oct. 28 to Dec. 31, 1864 – are known to exist. If anybody has one, we’d sure like to know.

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