Search Results

Gazette of the United States

Founding the Federal Union

The Gazette of the United States was a Federalist newspaper in the years of the First Congress. Begun by John Fenno, who served as its editor, the Gazette was published twice weekly, beginning on April 15, 1789. Alexander Hamilton contributed to the paper, both financially and in written content. Senate Secretary Samuel Otis would eventual go on to contract with Fenno to publish various documents for the Senate.

Cite as:

Details standard

'About the Gazette of the United States. (New York [N.Y.]) 1789-1793', Library of Congress,

Collection associations (0)


List of conventions with resources

To see where the resources are in the convention, click on the corresponding convention below

Preparing Visualisation - please wait

Locations of resources in the convention

To see highlight the related resources to the session in the convention, click on the corresponding coloured circle below or the highlighted committee.

Preparing Visualisation - please wait