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  • New York Tribune 133460New York Tribune Editor John Rose Greene Hassard, as his biography appeared in the 1913 Catholic Encyclopedia.
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  • New York Herald Tribune 632494New York Herald Tribune
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  • Author:Horace Greeley (category New York Tribune)
    founder of the Republican party, a reformer, and a politician. His New York Tribune was the most influential newspaper of the period 1840-1870. Greeley
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  • _Willis Fletcher18571931American historian and long-time editor of the New York Tribune (1880–1931). America and the Great War for Humanity and Freedom
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  • (untitled editorial)  (1857)  by New York Tribune 141720(untitled editorial)New York Tribune1857 It is impossible to exaggerate the importance of
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  • PRINTED IN THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA CONTENTS PAGE To the New York Tribune, in whose generous columns many of these verses first appeared, the
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  • New York Tribune
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  • like the city's two more successful broadsheets, The New York Times and the New York Herald Tribune. The Sun was the most politically conservative of the
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  • American journalist, well known as one of the correspondents of the New York Tribune during the Civil War. He was born at Seneca Falls. N. Y., was educated
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  • FletcherAndrewsAndrews,_Addison Fletcher18571924violinist, tenor, critic, for New York Tribune, 1878 graduated from Dartmouth College, 1880 Columbia Law School, 1892
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  • women people? Of course, my son, just as much as men are. To the New York Tribune, in whose generous columns many of these verses first appeared, the
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  • California journalist, serving as correspondent for the New York Tribune and Chicago Tribune. Á la California (1873) is a volume of reminiscences and
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  • The New York Herald Tribune, 18th August, 1935  (1935)  by Nikola Tesla Expanding Sun Will Explode Some Day Tesla Predicts 632496The New York Herald
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  • trained under Felix Mendelssohn, as well as editor and critic for the New York Tribune, wrote the melody called "Carol". The tune used in England, called
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  • from the fact that it occurred in Baltimore, it is presumed that he was on his return to New York. "After life’s fitful fever, he sleeps well." LUDWIG
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  • Dred Scott case Charleston Mercury editorial on the Dred Scott case New York Tribune editorial on the Dred Scott case New Hampshire Patriot editorial on
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  • biographical sketches, by John S. Hart (1852) The Dial, editor (1840-2) The New York Tribune, literary critic (1844), assistant editor (1846-?) Sarah Margaret
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  • editorial work. He started in 1841, and conducted until his death, the New York Tribune. He was long a leader in American politics, and in 1872 was an unsuccessful
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  • 1833; d. New York, 2 April 1902. He was a graduate of Saint Xavier College, Cincinnati. In 1861 he became war correspondent for the New York Tribune, was
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  • article on the character and habits of Prescott, written for the New YorkTribune” just after the historian's death in 1859, was re-published in the
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