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May 6, 2022

[Answer] Which U.S. newspaper was the first in the nation to include a photograph?

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...1. The Hartford Courant 2. The Daily Graphic 3. Pittsburgh Post-Gazette 4. New York Post




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The Daily Graphic - The very first photograph taken for a newspaper appeared in a French weekly in 1848. It would be several decades until one made its way into U.S. media. The first newspaper to use a journalistic photograph was the New York tabloid the "Daily Graphic." In March 1880, a photo of a New York shantytown appeared on its pages. Until then, images in newspapers had been taken from photographs that were turned into engravings. Newspaper photographs grew in popularity during the latter 19th century and now, no news publication would be complete without them. :


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