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Gerald J. The Commercialization of News in the Nineteenth Century. Madison:
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Gerald J. E.W. Scripps and the Business of
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Banning, Stephen A. "The Professionalization of Journalism: A Nineteenth Century Beginning." Journalism History 24:4 (Winter 1998): 157-163.
Barrineau, Nancy W. "Journalism in the 1890s: The Origins of Theodore Dreiser's Fiction." PhD dissertation, University of Georgia, 1988.
Barth, Gunther. City People: The Rise of Modern City Culture in Nineteenth-Century America. New York: Oxford University Press, 1980. See especially Chapter 3 (Metropolitan Press) and Chapter 4 (Department Store).
James. The Control Revolution: Technological and Economic Origins of the
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Bennion, Sherlyn Cox. Equal to the Occasion: Women Editors of the Nineteenth Century West. Reno: University of Nevada Press, 1990.
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Berger, Meyer. The Story of the New York Times, 1851-1951. New York: Simon and Schuster, 1951.
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Brake, Laurel, Bill Bell, and David Finkelstein, eds. Nineteenth Century Media and the Construction of Identities. New York: Palgrave, 2000.*
Brooker-Gross, Susan R. "Nineteenth Century News Definitions and Wire Service Usage." Journalism Quarterly 60 (Spring 1983): 25-.
Brown, Charles H. The Correspondents' War: Journalists and the Spanish-American War. New York: Scribner's, 1967.
Burt, Elizabeth V. “Shocking Atrocities in Colorado: Newspapers’ Responses to the Ludlow Massacre.” American Journalism 28:3 (Summer 2011): 61-83.
Campbell, W. Joseph. Yellow Journalism: Puncturing the Myths, Defining the Legacies. Westport, Conn.: Praeger, 2001.
W. Joseph. The Year that Defined American Journalism:
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Caudill, Edward. "E.L. Godkin and His (Special and Influential) View of 19th Century Journalism." Journalism Quarterly 69 (1992): 1039-50.
Chiu, Herman B. "When 1000 Words are Worth a Picture: Now Newspapers Portrayed the Chinese and Irish who Built the First Transcontinental Railroad." PhD dissertation, University of Missouri, 2004.
Cloud, Barbara. The Business of Newspapers on the Western Frontier. Reno: University of Nevada Press, 1992.
Colbert, Ann. "Philanthropy in the Newsroom: Women's Editions of Newspapers, 1894-1896." Journalism History 22:3 (Summer 1996): 90-99.
Connery, Thomas B. Journalism and Realism: Rendering American Life. Evanston Northwestern University Press, 2011.
Copeland-Campbell, Thomas. The Ladder of Journalism: How to Climb It. New York: Allan Foreman, 1889.
Coultrap-McQuin, Susan. Doing Literary Business: American Women Writers in the Nineteenth Century. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1990.
Coward, John M. “Making Images on the Indian Frontier: The Adventures of Special Artist Theodore Davis.” Journalism History 36:3 (Fall 2010): 151-168.
Coward, John M. “The Princess and the Squaw: The Construction of Native American Women in the Pictorial Press.” American Journalism 31:1 (Winter 2014): 71-99.
Cronin, Mary M., and William E. Huntzicker. “Popular Chinese Images and the “Coming Man” of 1870,” Journalism History 38:2 (Summer 2012): 86-99.
Cronin, Mary M. “An Almost Undiscovered Country: Frank Leslie’s 1890 Alaska Expedition and the Tradition of Gilded Age Adventure Journalism.” Journalism History 42:1 (Spring 2016): 24-32.
Cummings, Amos Jay. A Remarkable Curiosity: Dispatches from a New York City Journalist?s 1873 Railroad Trip across the American West, ed. Jerald T. Milanich. Boulder: University Press of Colorado, 2008.
Curtin, Patricia A. "From Pity to Necessity: How National Events Shaped Coverage of the Plains Indian War." American Journalism 12:1 (Winter 1995): 3-21.
Davis, Elmer. History of the New York Times, 1851-1921. New York: Times Company, 1921.
Davis, Michael. "Forced to Tramp: The Perspective of the Labor Press, 1870-1900." in Walking to Work: Tramps in America, 1790-1935. Eric H Monkkenen, ed. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 1989.
DiGirolamo, Vincent. "The Black Newsboy: Black Child in a White Myth." Columbia Journal of American Studies 4:1 (2000): 63-92.
Dicken-Garcia, Hazel. Journalistic Standards in
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Dillon, Michael J. “Edward H. Butler’s Buffalo News and the Crisis of Labor, 1877–1892: From Populist to Patrician.” American Journalism 16, no. 1 (1999): 41–58.
Dillon, Michael. "Satanic Journalism and Its Fate:
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20 (Spring 2003): 57-82.
Dillon, Michael. "Satanic Journalism and Its Fate: The Scripps Chain Strikes Out in Buffalo." American Journalism 20 (Spring 2003): 57-82.
Domke, David S. "The Press, Social Change, and Race Relations in the Late Nineteenth Century." Ph.D. dissertation, University of Minnesota, 1996.
Dooley, Patricia L. Taking Their Place: Journalists and the Making of an Occupation. Westport, Conn.: Greenwood Press, 1997.
Douglas, George H. The Golden Age of the
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Dowling, David. “The Nineteenth-Century Weekly Press and the Tumultuous Career of Journalist Leon Lewis.” Journalism History 39 (Fall 2013): 156–167.
Dryer, Trevor D. “‘All the News That’s Fit to Print’: The New York
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Dworkin, Mark J. American Mythmaker: Walter Noble Burns and the Legend of Billy the Kid, Wyatt Earp, and Joaquin Murrieta. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 2016.
Erickson, John Edward. "Newspapers and Social Values: Chicago Journalism, 1890-1910." PhD dissertation, University of Illinois, 1973.
Evensen, Bruce J. "Expecting a Blessing of Unusual Magnitude: Moody, Mass Media, and Gilded Age Revival." Journalism History 24:1 (Winter 1998): 26-36.
Ferre, John. "Sunday Newspapers and the Decline of Protestant Authority in the United States." American Journalism 10 (Winter-Spring 1993): 7-22.
Folkerts, Jean. "Functions of the Reform Press." Journalism History 12 (Spring 1985): 22.
Franke, Warren T. "Investigative Exposure in the Nineteenth Century: The Journalistic Heritage of the Muckrakers." Ph.D. dissertation, University of Minnesota, 1974.
Franke, Warren T. "An Argument in Defense of Sensationalism: Probing the Popular and Historiographical Concept." Journalism History 5 (1978): 70-73.
Freedman, Estelle B. “‘Crimes Which Startle and Horrify’: Gender, Age, and the Racialization of Sexual Violence in White American Newspapers, 1870–1900.” Journal of the History of Sexuality 20 (September 2011): 465–497.
Frisken, Amanda. “Obscenity, Free Speech, and ‘Sporting News’ in 1870s America.” Journal of American Studies 42 (December 2008): 537–577.
Frisken, Amanda. Victoria Woodhull's Sexual Revolution: Political Theater and the Popular Press in Nineteenth-Century America. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2011.
Fuhlhage, Michael J. “Eastern American Correspondents and the Othering of Mexicans in the Nineteenth-Century Popular Press.” PhD dissertation, University of North Carolina- Chapel Hill, 2010.
Fulhage, Michael. “Brave Old Spaniards and Indolent Mexicans: J. Ross Browne, Harper’s New Monthly Magazine, and the Social Construction of Off-Whiteness in the 1860s.” American Journalism 31:1 (Winter 2014): 100-126.
Gates, Sharon Joyce. “Adolph Ochs: Learning What’s Fit to Print.” American Journalism 8, no. 4 (1991): 228–29.
Gentzkow, Matthew, Edward
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Gerdts, William H. “Chicago is Rushing Past Everything: The Rise of American Art Journalism in the Midwest, from the Development of the Railroad to the Chicago Fire.” American Art Journal 27: 1/2 (1995-1996): 38-83.
Gleason, Timothy W. The Watchdog Concept: The Press and the Courts in 19th Century America. Ames: Iowa State University Press, 1990.
Gorn, Elliot J. "The Wicked World: The National Police Gazette and Gilded Age America." Media Studies Journal 6:1 (Winter 1992): 1-15.
Gramling, Oliver. AP: The Story of the News. Port Washington, NY: Kennikat Press, 1969.
Gray, Lee E. “Type and Building Type: Newspaper Office Buildings in Nineteenth Century New York,” in Roberta Moundry, ed., The American Skyscraper: Cultural Histories. New York: Cambridge University Press, 2005.
Gregg, Leigh F. "The First Amendment in the 19th Century: Journalists' Privilege and Congressional Investigation." Ph.D. dissertation, University of Wisconsin, 1984.
Guber, Deborah Lynn. ““Make of Them Grand Parks, Owned in Common”: The Role of Newspaper Editorials in Promoting the Adirondack Park, 1864–1894.” Journal of Policy History 22 (no. 4, 2010): 423–449.
Hachten, William A. "The Metropolitan Sunday Newspaper in the United States: A Study of Trends in Content and Practices." PhD dissertation, University of Minnesota, 1960
Karen. Murder Most Foul: The Killer and the American Gothic Imagination. Cambridge:
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Hansen, Bert. “New Images of a New Medicine: Visual Evidence for the Widespread Popularity of Therapeutic Discoveries in America after 1885.” Bulletin of the History of Medicine 73:4 (Winter 1999): 629-678.
Harmon, Mark D. "The New York Times and the Theft of the Presidential
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Harrison, James G. “American Newspaper Journalism as Described in American Novels of the Nineteenth Century.” Phd dissertation, University of North Carolina, 1945.
Harrison, James. “Nineteenth Century American Novels on American Journalism.” Journalism Quarterly 22 (September 1945): 215-224 and (December 1945): 335-345.
Hart, Jack R. "Horatio Alger in the Newsroom: Social Origins of American Editors." Journalism Quarterly 53 (1976): 14-20.
Harter, Eugene C. Boilerplating America: The Hidden Newspaper. Lanham, MD: University Press of America, 1991.
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Hutton, Frankie, and
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Johanningsmeier, Charles. Fiction and the American Literary Marketplace: The Role of Newspaper Syndicates, 1860-1900. New York: Cambridge University Press, 1997.
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Junger, Richard. Becoming the Second City: Chicago’s Mass News Media, 1833-1898. Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 2010.
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Knight, Denise D. “Charlotte Perkins Gilman, William Randolph Hearst, and the Practice of Ethical Journalism.” American Journalism 11, no. 4 (1994): 336–47.
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