Thursday April 17, 1828
Volume 1 No. 9
Page 3 Col 1
We notice the following in the N. Y Advertiser. "A second Indian newspaper, is stated in the Philadelphia Democratic Press, to be published under the patronage of the Cherokee Nation. It is to be printed at Columbus, on the Chatahouchee river in Georgia, under the title of the "Columbus Enquirer."
The above is altogether a mistake, which probably originated from the
establishment of the Cherokee Phoenix, the only Indian paper, we believe, in
existence.- At present, Georgia would be quite an unfavorable place for publishing
an Indian paper.