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James Gordon Bennett"s Father & Son

Don Sietz

James Gordon Bennett"s Father & Son

Proprietors of the New York Herald (American newspapermen)

by Don Sietz

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Published by Beekman Books Inc .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • 1841-1918,
  • Bennett, James Gordon,
  • Bennett, James Gordon,,
  • New York herald (New York, N.Y,
  • 1795-1872,
  • New York herald (New York, N.Y. : 1840)

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages405
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8245825M
    ISBN 100846400081
    ISBN 109780846400080

      The Gordon Bennett Cup itself was a six-year motor racing prize phenomenon created in by the wealthy founder of the precursor of the International Herald Tribune, James Gordon Bennett Jr., to. James Bennett, and his son, Gordon Bennett [ ] were remarkable in their early understanding of the possibilities of electronic communication for creating news. In their newspapers, they exploited the speed of the new transatlantic cables in a way which makes them very significant figures in the creation of a culture of non-stop global news.


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The James Gordon Bennetts, Father and Son, Proprietors of the New York Herald, Paperback – Septem by Don Carlos Seitz (Author)Cited by: 6. James Gordon Bennett's Father & Son: Proprietors of the New York Herald (American newspapermen) by Don Sietz (Author).

The James Gordon Bennetts, father and son, proprietors of the New York herald by Seitz, Don Carlos, Pages: Page 3 The James Gordon Bennetts Father and Son Porietors of the New York Herald By DON C.

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COPYRIGHT, BY THE BOBBS-MERRILL COMPANY 'e4: FIRST. URL: Contents. View entire text. The James Gordon Bennetts, Father and Son.

Proprietors of the New York Herald. Indianapolis: Bobbs-Merrill Co.,16– Pray, Isaac Clarke. Memoirs of James Gordon Bennett and His Times.

New York: Stringer and Townsend, James Gordon, Jr. is a fictional supervillain appearing in American comic books published by DC Comics, commonly as an adversary of the superhero Batman. He is the son of Commissioner James Gordon and the older brother of Barbara Gordon (also known as Batgirl, and later Oracle).

Although his father and sister are considered two of Batman's greatest allies, he is a Alias: None. After Bennett’s death, on June 1,in New York City, the Herald was operated by his son James Gordon Bennett, Jr.

The newspaper continued to be very successful. Herald Square in New York City is named for the newspaper, which had been based there in the late s.

place of death: New York City. James Gordon Bennett, Sr. was the founder and editor of the New York Herald; he is also popularly dubbed as the father of modern journalism. Born in Scotland, Bennett Sr.

was raised in a seminary for the Roman Catholic priesthood, but inhe immigrated to America. James Gordon Bennett, (born Sept. 1,Newmill, Banffshire, Scot.—died June 1,New York, N.Y., U.S.), Scottish-born American editor who shaped many of the methods of modern journalism.

Bennett immigrated to America in the spring of and eventually settled in New York City, where he founded a school, gave lectures on political economy, and did. Gilded Age New York had more than its fair share of outlandish rich people.

But few could top James Gordon Bennett, Jr.—publisher, yachtsman, and owl lover. Memoirs of James Gordon Bennett and his times. by: Pray, Isaac C. Published: () The James Gordon Bennetts, father and son, proprietors of the New York herald, by: Seitz, Don Carlos, Published: () Memoirs of James Gordon Bennett and his times by: Pray, Isaac Clark, James Gordon Bennetts, father and son.

Indianapolis, The Bobbs-Merrill Company [©] (OCoLC) Named Person: James Gordon Bennett; James Gordon Bennett; James Gordon Bennett; James Gordon Bennett: Material Type: Biography: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Don C Seitz.

James Gordon Bennetts: father & son, proprietors of the New York herald. New York, Beekman Publishers, (OCoLC) Named Person: James Gordon Bennett; James Gordon Bennett; James Gordon Bennett; James Gordon Bennett; James Gordon Bennett; James Gordon Bennett: Material Type: Biography: Document Type: Book: All.

Memoirs of James Gordon Bennett and His Times (google books)-Sandburg, Carl. Storm Over the Land: A Profile of the Civil War.-Seitz, Don C.

The James Gordon Bennetts: Father and Son, Proprietors of The New York Herald. James Gordon Bennett, Jr. ( – ) was publisher of the New York Herald, founded by his father, James Gordon Bennett, Sr., who immigrated from Scotland. He was generally known as Gordon Bennett to distinguish him from his father.

Biography. Bennett was educated primarily in France. James Gordon Bennett, Author, Jane Rosenman, Editor Washington Square Press $8 (0p) ISBN James W. Gordon is a fictional character appearing in American comic books published by DC Comics, most commonly in association with the superhero character debuted in the first panel of Detective Comics #27 (May ), Batman's first appearance, where he is referred to simply as Commissioner Gordon.

The character was created by Bill Finger and Bob ies: Police training, Criminology training. Don C. Seitz, The James Gordon Bennetts: Father and Son, Proprietors of the New York Herald (), emphasizes the journalism of father and son.

More anecdotal is Richard O'Connor, The Scandalous Mr. Bennett (). Further Reading on James Gordon Bennett. Biographies of Bennett include Don C. Seitz, The James Gordon Bennetts: Father and Son, Proprietors of the New York Herald (), and Oliver Carlson, The Man Who Made News: James Gordon Bennett ().

Interesting aspects are treated in Richard O'Connor, The Scandalous Mr. Bennett (). Memoirs of James Gordon Bennett and his times / by a journalist Pray, Isaac C.

(Isaac Clarke), [ Book, Microform: ]. James Gordon Bennett (–) was the founder and editor of the New York Herald, the city's most popular penny paper for much of the 19th century. Born in Scotland, Bennett moved first to Halifax inand then to Boston and Charleston before settling in New York.

He worked on several newspapers before launching the New York Herald in James Gordon Bennett, Jr. ( – ) was publisher of the New York Herald, founded by his father, James Gordon Bennett, was generally known as Gordon Bennett to distinguish him from his father.

Bennett was educated primarily inthe elder Bennett turned control of the Herald over to him. Bennett raised the paper's profile on Born: () New York City. James Gordon Bennett Jr. was the flamboyant owner and publisher of the New York Herald from to (having succeeded his father, the paper's founder) and was himself a.

James Bennett III FORT WORTH -- James Gordon Bennett III passed away on Februat the age of He was Army Veteran, a musician, a biker, and a loving father. He worked at Sabre, played with the Fort Worth symphony, and partied at the club. FUNERAL: : Bennett, James Gordon, –, American newspaper proprietor, b.

New York City; son of James Gordon Bennett. Educated mostly in France, he took over () from his father the management of the New York Herald. Photos are NOT included. James Gordon Bennett, Jr. ( – ) was publisher of the New York Herald, founded by his father, James Gordon Bennett, Sr., who immigrated from Scotland.

He was generally known as Gordon Bennett to distinguish him from his father. BiographyBennett was educated primarily in France. James Gordon Bennett. Duncan, Oklahoma. Sep 3, – Send Flowers Opens send flowers url in a new window.

james gordon bennetts report on the mormonitesMormonites LEONARD J ARRINGTON in the summer of james gordon bennett demon- strated the enterprise which was to make him one of america s greatest journalists by investigating the circumstances surround- ing the coming forth of the book of mormon born in scotland in and for several years a student Author: Leonard J.

Arrington. Bennett has been treated as a phenomenon rather than as a noted journalistic figure. The initial tone was struck in Albert Stevens Crockett, When James Gordon Bennett Was Caliph of Bagdad ().

Don C. Seitz, The James Gordon Bennetts: Father and Son, Proprietors of the New York Herald ( Personal Life.

Bennett, Sr was married to Henrietta Crean, and the couple had three children, including his son James Gordon Bennett, Jr. who took over the New York Herald from his t, Sr died in New York City on the 1 June Herald Square in New York is named after the New York Herald, and there is a sculpture honoring the Bennett family and.

The American Moses [cartoon depicting James Gordon Bennett, junior, and Aaron Parnell]. Collection. Print Collection portrait file. James Gordon Bennett [father and son].

Library locations The Miriam and Ira D. Wallach Division of Art, Prints and Photographs: Print Collection Topics Public figures Bennett, James Gordon, Genres. James Gordon Bennett [father and son]. Dates / Origin Date Issued: Library locations The Miriam and Ira D.

Wallach Division of Art, Prints and Photographs: Print Collection Topics Public figures Bennett, James Gordon, Genres Clippings Portraits Type of Resource Still image Identifiers Other local Identifier: Portrait File.

On September 5,she married James F. Murphey,son of John and Mary Murphey, who was born in Cromwell, Conn., Ap THE BENNETT FAMILY 29 loLA E. Bennett James F. Mukphey Son of Smith and Susan Snow Bennett Walter S.

Bennett was born in Monroe, Conn., J James Gordon Bennett, Jr., son of the successful publisher and editor of the New York "Herald", was born in New York City on 10 May Educated in the United States and France, he later worked for his father's newspaper.

To Colonel William L. Stone, editor of the Commercial advertizer, New York, Monday, the 27th May, The inscription on the monument identifies it as a memorial to James Gordon Bennett Sr. (), founder of the New York Herald in and to his son James Gordon Bennett Jr. James Gordon Bennett Jr.

Son of Bennett Sr. who took over the New York Herald in Was a little crazy and more of a polished, polite version of his father - but still was a successful journalist with a capacity to shock. Explore genealogy for James Bennett born Middlesex, Ontario, Canada died Goodrich, Genesee, Michigan, USA including research + more in the free family tree community.

login. James Gordon Bennett ( - ) James Gordon. Bennett. Born 12 Jan in Middlesex, Ontario, Canada. Son. of [father unknown] and [mother unknown] [sibling Spouse: Jennie Marie (Emery) Bennett. Through hard work, foresight, and savvy business skills, Bennett turned the Herald into a success, at one point becoming the best-selling newspaper in America.

Init was time for him to turn over control of the Herald to his son, James Gordon Bennett Jr., usually referred to as Gordon Bennett to avoid confusion. Gordon lacked his father. Gordon Bennett was a millionaire playboy famed for outrageous behaviour, turning up blind drunk to parties and going for naked midnight drives.

.The James Gordon Bennett Medal was established in and, for years, it was the sole decoration awarded for valor in the FDNY. As a result of it's seniority among medals, it is awarded annually for the most outstanding act of heroism after the consideration and deliberate judgement of the members of the Board of Merit of the FDNY.

James Gordon Bennett Jr. was widely known in New York society as an eccentric playboy. He inherited the New York Herald from his father, James Gordon Bennett Sr., in The Scotland-born elder.