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"Originally settled by members of the Stephen F. Austin colony in the 1820s, Bryan, Texas, became an influential cotton-shipping hub in the early 20th century. Several newspapers competed for the area's readership--which grew after the Houston and Texas Central Railroad reached town in 1867--but the Bryan Eagle outlasted its many competitors. The region's preeminent paper today, the Bryan-College Station Eagle, traces its roots to this original publication. Attorney Richard M. Smith began the Eagle as an eight-page Thursday weekly in 1889. A four-page daily edition, the Bryan Daily Eagle, debuted in December 1895. Smith sold the paper soon after its establishment, and by late 1894, Malcolm Carnes, W. P. Connelly, and Jess Parker controlled the Eagle, with Carnes serving as editor until ...See More
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