Brooklyn Eagle

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The Brooklyn Eagle, also called The Brooklyn Daily Eagle, was a daily newspaper published in Brooklyn, NY from 1841 to 1955. Among its writers were Abe Yager (1896–1930), Thomas Stevens Rice (1911–1929), Allison Danzig (1921–1923), Lou Niss (1923-1955), Thomas Holmes (1926–1956), and William J. McCullough. Frank E. Murney was a special editor for the paper, William James Granger worked in the composing room from 1892 to 1897, and Henry Chadwick covered cricket for the paper for forty years from 1856 to 1894. Poet and essayist Walt Whitman was its editor for two years.

The Brooklyn Eagle sponsored the Brooklyn Against the World youth baseball All-Star Game in the 1940s.

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