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Nellie Bly: a portrait.

Terry Dunnahoo

Nellie Bly: a portrait.

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Published by Reilly & Lee Books in Chicago .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Bly, Nellie, 1864-1922 -- Juvenile literature.,
  • Bly, Nellie, 1864-1922.,
  • Journalists.,
  • Women -- Biography.

  • About the Edition

    A biography of the woman who became a newspaper reporter over objections that it was not a suitable career for proper young ladies in the 1880"s.

    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPN4874.C59 D8
    The Physical Object
    Pagination168 p.
    Number of Pages168
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5698025M
    LC Control Number70105128


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Get ready to journey around the world with Nellie Bly–one of America’s first investigative journalists. Elizabeth Cochrane Seaman had no idea that the open letter she’d written to a local newspaper in Pittsburgh in would change her life forever. Nellie Bly gives students a look at the world of journalism and a glimpse into the life of this amazing woman.

Readers will discover how one woman changed the world. Detailed illustrations and photographs enhance the text. The book can be used to teach students about making inferences and drawing conclusions as well as using compound sentences.

Born inNellie Bly was a woman who did not allow herself to be defined by the time she lived in, she rewrote the narrative and made her own way. Luciana Cimino’s meticulously researched graphic-novel biography tells Bly’s story through Miriam, a fictionalized female student at the Columbia School of Journalism in Title: [Portrait of Nellie Bly] Date Created/Published: c Medium: 1 photographic print.

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yadina says thanks for joining our awesome adventure to meet nellie bly. brad says who used to be a kid, just like you and me. xavier says so kids like you.