BC Historical Newspapers
The Kootenay Mail
The Kootenay Mail was published in Revelstoke, in the Columbia-Shuswap region of southeastern British Columbia, and ran from April 1894 to December 1905. The Mail was published by the Revelstoke Printing and Publishing Company, and its longest-serving editor was J. Livingstone Haig. In 1906, the Mail merged with the Revelstoke Herald to form the Mail-Herald, a staunchly conservative paper that eventually folded due in part to competition from a more liberal competitor, the Revelstoke Review.
|Publisher||Revelstoke, B.C. : Revelstoke Printing and Publishing Co.|
|Dates of Publication||1894-1905<br><br>Frequency|
|Repository||Original Format: Royal British Columbia Museum. British Columbia Archives.|
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