The North reports the Civil War.

[Pittsburgh] University of Pittsburgh Press [1955] .

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Subjects Journalists.
United States -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865 -- Journalists.
United States.
Description x, 813 pages illustrations, portraits, maps (1 folded) 24 cm
Copyright Date [1955]
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 761-780).
Also available online.
Summary Full-scale study of the first adequate war reporting in history.
Contents The reporter and the fort -- The press girds for the conflict -- "Gentlemen of the ravenous pen" -- The men in the field -- The first fruits of the censorship -- The curtain slowly rises -- The first tidings from the fleet -- An affray with General Halleck -- The press goes to the peninsula -- "Come, Sir, this is no time for prayer" -- Battle reporting at its best -- On the march with Buell and Rosecrans -- "Dont treat ... Fredericksburg as a disaster" -- By-lines by general order -- Some "casualties" among the Bohemians -- Gettysburg as the newsmen saw it -- "Shambling shanks and the fugacious furay" -- Grim days at Chattanooga -- Strange tales from the Red River country -- Into the wilderness again -- "Atlanta is ours, and fairly won" -- "If all ... battles ... were as well described" -- The grand finale -- "Thirty."
Genre History.
Geographic Area United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)444807
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Andrews, J. Cutler, 1908-
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