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BC Historical Newspapers
The Nelson Economist
The Nelson Economist was published in Nelson, in the Central Kootenay region of southeastern British Columbia, and ran from July 1897 to July 1906. The Economist was published by D. M. Carley, and edited by C. Dell-Smith. In August 1898, The Economist absorbed a paper called The Nation. In July 1903, the title of the paper was changed from The Nelson Economist to The Economist.
|Publisher||Nelson, B.C. : D.M. Carley|
|Dates of Publication||1897-1903<br><br>Frequency|
|Repository||Original Format: Royal British Columbia Museum. British Columbia Archives.|
|Rights||Images provided for research and reference use only. Permission to publish, copy, or otherwise use these images must be obtained from the Digitization Centre: http://digitize.library.ubc.ca/|
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