Knights Of The Quill: Confederate Correspondents And Their Civil War Reporting
Knights of the Quill offers a unique assessment of war correspondence in Southern newspapers during the American Civil War. The men and women who covered the battles and political developments for Southern newspapers were of a different breed than those who reported the war for the North. They were doctors, lawyers, teachers, editors, and businessmen, nearly all of them with college and profession...
Hardcover: 730 pages
Publisher: Purdue University Press (December 15, 2010)
Product Dimensions: 7 x 1.8 x 10.2 inches
Amazon Rank: 6587430
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“This is destined to become one of the foundation reference works for this period in journalism history. Its heavy use of primary sources is exemplary. And don't let the 700-plus pages scare you. The individual chapters are highly readable and tell so...”
l degrees. Sleeping on beds of snow, dining on raw corn and burned bread, they exhibited a dedication that laid the groundwork for news gathering in the twenty-first century. Objectivity and accuracy became important news values, as Knights of the Quill shows that Southern war correspondence easily equaled in quality the work produced by reporters for Northern newspapers. With its emphasis on primary sources, the book offers an important and enduring historical perspective on the Civil War and also meets the highest standards of historical scholarship.