Articles from July, 2014

Ramen Noodles Theory of online news is still food for thought

July 30, 2014

A new media researcher shares her insights about newspapers’ print and online editions. By Catherine Payne, NAA content producer   Journalists might have gotten a taste of the Ramen Noodles Theory years ago. The theory, which suggests that online news, …

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Accounts of the Battle of Chippawa

July 15, 2014

The Battle of Chippawa was, by the United States citizens of the early eighteen hundreds, often ranked as second in importance only to the Battle of New Orleans. General Jacob Brown, like General Andrew Jackson, was a state militia officer …

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The Late Affair at Eastport

July 11, 2014

July 11, 1814 A correct and circumstantial account of the late affair at Eastport from the Boston Patriot, as reprinted by the Nashville Whig, September 6, 1814 The editor of the Boston Patriot was something of a humorist, and often …

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News of the U.S.: July 1814

July 1: From Batavia, New York — “The British Indians have crossed at Lewiston burnt our barracks and several houses at Hard Scrabble, and are said to be advancing. I doubt the latter part of the intelligence.”–The Gleaner, July 15, …

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