None But The Best
The period following the Civil War was a time of great turmoil: reconstruction, industrialization, the Gilded Age, emancipation, labor struggles and women's suffrage. Through it all, a Boston family newspaper, "The Youth's Companion," was a steady presence in half a million homes across the nation, featuring voices of poets and presidents, stories about science and travel and promotions of patriotism in the schools. Publisher Daniel Sharp Ford quietly used his wealth to help thousands of Bostonians… Show more
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