Silver City Enterprise, New Mexico

The Silver City Enterprise, which succeeded the Sentinel, its editor and owner since July, 1901, having been F. A. Bush, was founded October 25, 1882, by W. A. Leonard & Company, editors and publishers, who were succeeded by Leonard & Hawkins, they by Leonard & Cobb, they by Leonard & Sheridan. In 1890 Joe E. Sheridan bought the paper and published it until 1894, when he sold to L. M. Fishback, who in December, 1899, sold to Charles F. Grayson, who was Mr. Bush's immediate predecessor.

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Source: History of New Mexico, Its Resources and People, VolumeI, Pacific States Publishing Co., 1907.

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