YANKEE PUBLISHING INCORPORATED Company Profile
Poet Emily Dickinson once wrote, "I think New Englandy," and Yankee Publishing tries to abide by her words. The publisher of the monthly Yankee magazine is devoted to what it calls "the New England way of life," with region-specific features such as throwing a classic clambake and finding the best country roads for viewing fall foliage. The company operates a digital version of the title with classified ads and e-commerce options. It also publishes The Old Farmer's Almanac; America's oldest continuously published periodical, the almanac was first published in 1792 during George Washington's first term as president. Yankee Publishing was founded in 1935 by Robb and Beatrix Sagendorph, and remains family-owned.
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