New York Press (historical)

New York Press (Historical)

New York Press (historical)

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The New York Press was a New York City newspaper that began publication in December, 1887 and continued publication until July 2, 1916, then being merged with Frank Munsey's New York Herald.

The New York Press published notable writers such as Stephen Crane. It also coined the term "yellow journalism" in early 1897, to refer to the work of Joseph Pulitzer's New York World and William Randolph Hearst's New York Journal. The newspaper did not define the term, and in 1898 simply elaborated, "We called them Yellow because they are Yellow."

Press Sports Editor Jim Price coined the name "Yankees" to describe the New York American League baseball team, then known as the "Highlanders".


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