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Elizabeth Jane Cochran Seaman 1864 1922 Better known by her

Elizabeth Jane Cochran Seaman 1864 1922 Better known by her

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Nellie Bly

Elizabeth Jane “Nellie Bly” Cochrane Seaman

Elizabeth Cochran Seaman aka Nellie Bly (1864 1922) was a journalist writer industrialist inventor and philanthropist from Burrell Township outside of ...

The Story That Launched Nellie Bly's Famed Journalism Career

Elizabeth Jane Cochrane (May 5, 1864 January 27, 1922), better known by her pen name, Nellie Bly, was a trailblazing journalist who not only paved the way ...

Portrait of American journalist Elizabeth Cochrane (1864 - 1922), who wrote under the

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Nellie Bly - 1864-1922: Newspaper Reporter

Nellie Bly (Elizabeth Jane Cochran), 1864 - 1922

Gilded Age Adventurer: Nellie Bly (1864-1922). Bly, whose real name was Elizabeth Jane Cochran, took a trip around the world. She was a journalist for the ...

Born Elizabeth Jane Cochrane in Pennsylvania in 1864, she adopted the name "Nellie Bly

Formal portrait of a young Nellie Bly, seated. zoom. Elizabeth Jane Cochran ...

Nellie Bly was born Elizabeth Jane Cochran on May 5, 1864 in the town of Cochran's Mills, Pennsylvania. The town was named for her father, Judge Michael ...

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Elizabeth Seaman

Nelly Bly, pseudonym of Elizabeth Cochrane Seaman (1867-1922) american journalist for the New York newspaper The World, whose ideological struggles were on ...

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A photo of Nellie's husband Robert Seaman.

Elizabeth Cochrane Seaman (1864–1922), better known by her pen name Nellie Bly, was an American journalist who was widely known for her record-brea…

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Elizabeth Jane Cochran

Annie “Londonderry” Cohen Kopchovsky was the first woman to bicycle around the world. She was a free-thinking young woman, who reinvented herself as the ...

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Nellie Bly, everyones journalism hero. Inspiring many young writers today.

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Elizabeth Jane Cochran Seaman, 1864 - 1922 "Nellie" focused her early work on the plight of women and wrote an investigative series on female facto…

Nellie Bly, an investigative reporter, faked insanity to spend time on Blackwell's Island to investigate claims of cruelty in the Women's Asylum. her report ...

New York World journalist Nellie Bly (Elizabeth Jane Cochran) attempted to beat Jules Verne's fictional account of travel in "Around the World in 80 Days.

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Nellie Bly, a woman who set a world record in travelling around the world in

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Judge Michael Cochran Son of Robert Cochran and Catherine Risher Father of fifteen children, including Robert Scott Cochran and Elizabeth Jane Cochran Birth ...

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A website dedicated to Nellie Bly, the pen name of pioneer woman journalist Elizabeth Jane Cochran. Read samples of her writing, her biography, ...

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Elizabeth Jane Cochran Seaman, 1864 - 1922 "Nellie" focused her early work on the plight of women and wrote an investigative series on female facto…

Elizabeth Jane Cochran Seaman, 1864 - 1922 "Nellie" focused her early work on the plight of women and wrote an investigative series on female facto…

Antique Game Board and Cover, circa 1890. Around the World with Nellie Bly.

Elizabeth Jane Cochran as a Young Girl

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Travel History: Nellie Bly and Elizabeth Bisland Race Around the World in Less than 80 Days

Elizabeth Cochran Seaman[1] (May 5, 1864[2] – January 27, 1922), better known by her pen name Nellie Bly, was a female supremacist and American "jo…

Elizabeth Cochran Seaman[1] (May 5, 1864[2] – January 27, 1922), better known by her pen name Nellie Bly, was a female supremacist and American "jo…

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Ten Days In a Mad-House: Illustrated

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Ten Days in a Mad-House by [Bly, Nellie]

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Elizabeth Jane Cochran (Cochran's Mills, Pensilvania; 5 de mayo de 1864 - Nueva York; 27 de enero de 1922) fue la primera reportera de periodismo de ...

Around the World in Seventy-Two Days

Nellie Bly

Nellie Bly, seudónimo de Elizabeth Jane Cochran (Pensilvania; 5 de mayo de 1864 - Nueva York; 27 de enero de 1922) Aventurera, feminista y periodista.

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Her headline for the Parade story was “Suffragists Are Men's Superiors”, but she also "with uncanny prescience" predicted in the story that it would be 1920 ...

10 Days in a Madhouse

Elizabeth Jane Cochrane, or Nellie Bly as she came to be known, was born in Cochran's Mill, PA on May 5, 1864. Her paternal grandmother Catherine was one of ...

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The stories she wrote for Joseph Pulitzer's New York World were published as a book, “Ten Days in a Madhouse,” which influenced lawmakers to improve ...

Nellie Bly was an American Journalist who was known for her investigative style of undercover reporting. She gained recognition for her expose on the ...

A woodcut image of Nellie Bly's homecoming reception in Jersey City printed in Frank Leslie's Illustrated News on February 8, 1890.

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Cochran's Mills Bridge sign - home town of Nellie Bly

Elizabeth Cochran was very different than many other women. For one, she had 14 siblings, all of who she helped raise with her mom after losing her dad at a ...

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1890 – La giornalista statunitense Elizabeth Jane Cochran (in arte Nellie Bly), giungendo a New York, porta a termine il suo “giro del mondo in 80 giorni“.

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Nellie Bly 1864 - 1922 The Best Journalist in America By: Darci Williams and Betsy Heiser

Tony Winner Judith Light to Star in Lifetime Psychological Thriller NELLIE BLY

Bly was born in Pittsburgh on May 5, 1864, as Elizabeth Jane Cochran. Known as the "most ...