The North American Review

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The North American Review

Founded in Boston in 1815, The North American Review (NAR) was the first literary magazine in the United States, and was published continually until 1940, when publication was suspended due to World War II. Publication subsequently resumed in 1964 at Cornell College (Iowa). Since 1968 the University of Northern Iowa (Cedar Falls) has been home to the publication. Nineteenth-century archives are freely available via Cornell University’s Making of America.

Volume 5[edit]

Issue 15[edit]

Volume 6[edit]

Issue 18[edit]

Volume 136[edit]

Issue 113[edit]

Volume 145[edit]

(transcription project)

Issue 369[edit]

Volume 147[edit]

Issue 385[edit]

Volume 150[edit]

Issue 402 (May 1890)[edit]

Volume 151[edit]

Issue 406 (September 1890)[edit]

Volume 165[edit]

Issue 490 (September 1897)[edit]

Volume 168[edit]

Issue 506 (January 1899)[edit]

Issue 507 (February 1899)[edit]

Volume 170[edit]

Issue 518 (January 1900)[edit]

Issue 521 (April 1900)[edit]

Issue 522 (May 1900)[edit]

Issue 523 (June 1900)[edit]

Volume 171[edit]

Issue 526 (September 1900)[edit]

Volume 174[edit]

Issue 547 (June 1902)[edit]

Volume 206[edit]

Issue 742 (September 1917)[edit]

Copyright renewals[edit]

No general copyright renewals for this magazine for the period 1923-1940 have been located. The following are the only specific articles for which renewals could be found: