The Michigan Argus, first published on January 25, 1846, was the third paper by that name to be published in Ann Arbor. It was also the most successful, running for 33 years under that title until an ownership change led to its rechristening as the Ann Arbor Argus in October 1879.
To learn more about the Michigan Argus, read A History of the Newspapers of Ann Arbor 1829-1920 by Louis W. Doll. Old News features articles digitized from the following issues of the Michigan Argus. Visit each issue for a full list of articles.