Below are the newspapers that have been published in the vicinity of Salter.
Our newspaper information for Salter is based on data taken from the Chronicling America website. For more information, please see our description of the Chronicling America website.
We don't know of any newspapers that were published in the immediate area of Salter. That said, we do have a list of papers that were published in the broader area surrounding Salter. Our list contains 55 papers that were published within 25 miles [40.2 km]<1> of Salter.
Newspapers Neighboring Salter ...
The following newspapers were published within 25 miles [40.2 km] of Salter.
The papers have been grouped by the community in which they were published, with the communities listed in order of their distance from Salter.
- Published In Georgiana [Butler County] ...
- The Butler County News (from 1911)
- The Red Level Journal (from 1935)
- Published In Chapman [Butler County] ...
- Lumbering Along (from 1951)
- Published In Evergreen [Conecuh County] ...
- Conecuh-Escambia Star (from 18??)
- Evergreen Enterprise (from 1918)
- Evergreen News (from 187?)
- The Conecuh Post (from 193?)
- The Conecuh Record (from 1895)
- The Courant (from 1895)
- The Evergreen Courant (from 1896)
- The Evergreen Observer (from 18??)
- The Evergreen Star (from 187?)
- The Evergreen Star (from 189?)
- The Star (from 1888)
- Published In Sparta [Conecuh County] ...
- The Spartan (from 1856)
- The first year of publication was in 1856, with an unknown end date
- Locate a copy thru WorldCat: OCLC 12725491
- Locate a copy thru the Library of Congress:
- Catalog Card for The Spartan
- Holdings for: LCCN SN85045033
- Continue List (3 more) ...
- Published In Greenville [Butler County] ...
- Greenville Advocate (from 1873)
- Greenville Weekly Advocate (from 18??)
- Greenville Weekly Observer (from 186?)
- Southern Messenger (from 185?)
- The Daily Echo (from 1880)
- The Greenville Advocate (from 1865)
- The Greenville Ledger (from 1914)
- The Independent Thinker (from 1872)
- The Living Truth (from 1891)
- The South Alabamian (from 1869)
- The South Alabamian (from 1847)
- The South Alabamian (from 1869)
- The Spirit Of The Times (from 1879)
- The Voice (from 1880)
- The Weekly Echo (from 1880)
- Published In Andalusia [Covington County] ...
- Andalusia Daily Star (from 1923)
- People's Gazette (from 1902)
- The Andalusia Gazette (from 190?)
- The Andalusia News (from 1904)
- The Andalusia Standard (from 1914)
- The Andalusia Star-News (from 1948)
- The Andalusia Star (from 1909)
- The Andalusia Star (from 1926)
- The Andalusia Times (from 190?)
- The County Paper (from 1897)
- The Covington County Appeal (from 1909)
- The Covington Cresent (from 1897)
- The Covington Dispatch (from 1951)
- The Covington Enterprise (from 1900)
- The Covington Expositor (from 1898)
- The Covington News (from 1899)
- The Covington News (from 1924)
- The Covington Times (from 188?)
- The Covington Times (from 1899)
- The New Era (from 1904)
- Published In Pine Apple [Wilcox County] ...
- Pineapple Gazette (from 1882)
- The Houston Appeal (from 1884)
- The Pine Apple News (from 1906)
- The Pine Apple Star (from 1912)
- The Pineapple Enterprise (from 188?)
Other Roadside Stops ...
Index of Cities, Towns and Villages for Alabama
About Butler County
Off-the-Road Links ...
The official website for Chronicling America
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The official website for State of Alabama: https://www.alabama.gov/
|<1>||Our distances are not driving distances, but are calculated as a 'straight-line' (or point-to-point) distance. A straight line distance ignores obstructions like rivers, canyons, lakes, et cetera - it's truly a line from Point A (ie- Salter) to Point B.|
Our distance measurements begin at a specific point in Salter. The point we use is located at these GPS coordinates - Latitude: 31.5466, Longitude: -86.7819 In this case, the coordinates for Salter have been provided by the Geographic Names Information System (GNIS).