The term Mugwump comes from the name traditionally given to Algonquin Indian tribe leaders, "Mugwomp."
This term was also popular in political circles of the time to mean leader or chief. The publication's motto
was "Let the Mugwump be a leader and reformer of its type of periodicals."


  Volume 1 (1920-21)

  Volume 2 (1921-22)

  Volume 3 (1922-23)

  Volume 4 (1923-24)

  Volume 5 (1924-25)

  Volume 6 (1925-26)

  Volume 7 (1926-27)

  Volume 8 (1927-28)

  Volume 9 (1928-29)

  Volume 10 (1929-30)

  Volume 11 (1930-31)

  Volume 12 (1931-32)