1878-1899: Chapter Four: Communications
by NANCY E. BERNHARD
TOPICS IN THE NEWS
Advertising Gets Respectable 125
American Correspondents Cover the Spanish American War 126
The Thenuz Hoax 127
Breaking Down Barriers 128
Scovel Tames the Klondike 129
The Ladies’ Home Journal and Practical Housekeeper 129
Mechanical Revolutions 131
The Typewriter 132
The New York Times 132
Reporting the Indian Wars 133
Awful Pay, Terrible Conditions 134
Rural Free Delivery 134
The Telegraph 135
The Daily Graphic 136
The Telephone 136
Ten-Cent Magazines 138
The News Stand 139
Yellow Journalism and the Circulation War of 1896 139
Mary L. Booth 140
Charles A. Dana 141
E. L. Godkin 143
Joseph Pulitzer 143
Jacob Riis 144
Sidebars and tables are listed in italics.
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