Seeking a voice : images of race and gender in the 19th century press / edited by David B. Sachsman, S. Kittrell Rushing, Roy Morris, Jr.
- Preface / David B. Sachsman -- Acknowledgments / S. Kittrell Rushing -- Introduction / Roy Morris, Jr. -- Pt. I. Race Reporting -- Mother, Murderess, or Martyr?: Press Coverage of the Margaret Garner Story / Sarah Mitchell -- Racial and Ethnic Imagery in 19th Century Political Cartoons / Richard Rice -- Heretical or Conventional: Native Americans and African Americans in the Journalism of Jane Grey Swisshelm / Mary Ann Weston -- Picturing American Indians: Newspaper Pictures and Native Americans in the 1860s and 1870s / William E. Hunizicker -- Last Stand of the Partisan Press: Little Bighorn Coverage in Kansas Newspapers / James Mueller -- Assignment Liberia: "The boldest adventure in the history of Southern journalism" / Patricia G. McNeely -- Birth of a Besieged Nation: Discourses of Victimhood in D. W. Griffith's The Birth of a Nation / Patricia Davis -- Pt. II. The Fires of Discontent -- Fires of Discontent: Religious Contradictions in the Black Press, 1830-1860 / Allen W. Palmer and Hyrum LaTurner -- Like Father, Like Son: The Antislavery Legacy of William Hamilton / Bernell E. Tripp -- Broken Shackles: How Frederick Douglass Used the Freedom of the Press, Speech, and Religion in Behalf of the African American Slave, 1847-1863 / Kimberly G. Walker -- Ebony Triangle: The Black Newspaper Network in Kansas, 1878-1900 / Aleen J. Ratzlaff -- Illustrated African American Journalism: Political Cartooning in the Indianapolis Freeman / Aleen J. Ratzlaff -- Frederick Jackson Turner Revisited: The Frontier Character of the 19th Century Black Press / Bernell E. Tripp -- Ida B. Wells, Crusader Against the Lynch Law / Aleen J. Ratzlaff -- Pt. III. The Cult of True Womanhood -- The First Lady and the Media: Newspaper Coverage of Dolley Madison / Kate Roberts Edenborg -- A Wonderful Duty: A Study of Motherhood in Godey's Magazine / Sarah Mitchell -- Frances Ellen Watkins Harper and the Cult of True Womanhood / Hazel Dicken-Garcia and Kathryn M. Neal -- Reflections of the Civil War in Godey's and Peterson's Magazines / Regina M. Faden -- The Darlings Come Out to See the Volunteers: Depictions of Women in Harper's Weekly During the Civil War / Kate Roberts Edenborg and Hazel Dicken-Garcia -- For Feminine Readers: Images of Women in the Newspapers of the Gilded Age / Susan Inskeep Gray -- Contesting Gender Through Journalism: Revising Woman's Identity in The Lily / Amy Aronson -- Pt. IV. Transcending the Boundaries -- Transcending the Boundaries: Grace Greenwood's Washington / J. F. Saddler -- Julia Amanda Sargent Wood as Editor of the New Era / Dianne S. Blake -- "L" Was a Woman: Lois B. Adams, Special Correspondent to the Detroit Advertiser and Tribune / Evelyn Leasher -- Eliza Frances Andrews (Elzey Hay), Reporter / Charlotte A. Ford -- From Yellow Journalism to Yellowed Clippings: The Notorious Florence Maybrick / Judith Knelman -- This Wicked World: Sex, Crime, and Sports in the National Police Gazette / Guy Reel -- The Liberty to Argue Freely: 19th Century Obscenity Prosecutions / Mary M. Cronin -- Ida Craddock, Free Speech Martyr / Janice Wood.
- Minorities—Press coverage—United States—History—19th century
- Antislavery movements—Press coverage—United States—History—19th century
- African American journalists—History—19th century
- Racism—United States—History—19th century
- Women—Press coverage—United States—History—19th century
- Sexism—United States—History—19th century
- American newspapers—History—19th century
- American periodicals—History—19th century
- Women journalists—United States—History—19th century
- Journalism—Social aspects—United States—History—19th century
- 9781557535054, 1557535051, 9781557535085 (pbk.), and 1557535086 (pbk.)
- Bibliography Note:
- Includes bibliographical references and index.
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