Journalism in the United States, from 1690 to 1872, Part 1

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Psychology Press, 2000 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 427 pages
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Contents

INTRODUCTION Page
xv
OUR OWN OPENING
xxi
The Proof Sheet News Circulars and Letters The Newspaper The first
xxviii
CHAPTER
xxxii
CHAPTER
xxxviii
CHAPTER XLIV
xl
THE BEGINNING IN MASSACHUSETTS
43
THE COLONIAL PRESS
51
CHAPTER XII
175
CHAPTER XIII
185
CHAPTER XIV
195
THE NEW YORK
206
CHAPTER XV
210
CHAPTER XVI
230
CHAPTER XVII
262
CHAPTER XVIII
282

The Ladies Magazine The Lowell Offering Early Female Periodical Writers
62
CHAPTER III
72
REAPPEARANCE OF THE FRANKLINS
77
CHAPTER V
96
THE REVOLUTIONARY PRESS
102
CHAPTER VII
113
CHAPTER VIII
127
Increase of Newspapers The Independent Chronicle Death of General War
136
THE NEW YORK WORLD
141
CHAPTER XI
158
How it was Started Its religious Character Two hundred thousand Dollars
169
CHAPTER XIX
289
CHAPTER XX
306
CHAPTER XXI
329
CHAPTER XXII
344
THE TELEGRAPHIC
364
CHAPTER XXIII
378
CHAPTER XXIV
397
JOURNALISM IN A TRANSITION STATE
408
CHAPTER XXVI
416
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