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The men in the newsroom made suggestions and the name "Nelly Bly" was proffered. The name had been made famous by one of Pittsburgh's favorite sons, the great songwriter Stephen Foster. In his Author: American Experience.
Apr 12, · Nellie Bly was the pen name of Elizabeth Jane Cochrane who was an American journalist. She was born in May of and died in January Reviews: K.
Nellie Bly sendo examinada por um psiquiatra Cansada dos textos sobre artes e teatro, ela se demitiu do Pittsburgh Dispatch em e foi para Nova York. Sem dinheiro por vários meses, ela buscou o escritório do jornal de Joseph Pulitzer, o New York World, .
Nellie Bly(Elizabeth Cochrane)journalistBorn: 5/5/Birthplace: Cochran's Mills, Pa. Bly is best remembered for circling the globe in 72 days, thus beating the record of Around the World in Eighty Days's hero, Phileas Fogg.
The name "Nellie Bly" comes from a song called "Nelly Bly" by Stephen Foster. Before entering the insane asylum, Nellie spent six months in Mexico writing about the Mexican people. She upset the government with one of her articles and had to flee the country.
Mar 25, · "Nelly Bly" is a minstrel song published in by Firth, Pond & Co. of New York. According to Ken Emerson, the titular character was a servant who poked her head out of a cellar door to listen to Foster serenade friends.
Ten Days in a Mad-House, Published with "Miscellaneous Sketches: Trying to be a Servant," and "Nellie Bly as a White Slave." by Nellie Bly [Elizabeth Jane Cochrane Seaman] () New York: Ian L. Munro, Publisher, n.d.
Nellie Bly, pseudonym of Elizabeth Cochrane, also spelled Cochran, (born May 5, , Cochran’s Mills, Pennsylvania, U.S.—died January 27, , New York, New York), American journalist whose around-the-world race against a fictional record brought her world renown.