GALVESTON PEOPLE'S ADVOCATE
GALVESTON PEOPLE'S ADVOCATE. The People's Advocate, a successor to the Galveston Daily Courier, began publication in Galveston, probably on May 12, 1841. The paper was a pro-Sam Houston journal published by John O'Brian and edited by Charles W. Moore; it was discontinued by July 21, 1841, and was succeeded by the Galveston National Intelligencer.
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