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William Rockhill Nelson the Story of a Man a Newspaper And a City

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William Rockhill Nelson the Story of a Man a Newspaper And a City
W Friedrich
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He built roads, bridges, and buildings. A large part of the Southern Illinois penitentiary at Chester was his work. He was the instigator of the first good-roads law passed in Indiana and built the first piece of road under that law. He introduced to Indiana the Nicholson pave- ment for city streets.
From this period dated his intense interest in good roads and good bridges, to which his news- paper was devoted in after years.
Indiana was famous then, as now, for politics. He was attracted into
... the game because it was a game, and because every form of social activity appealed to him. Samuel J. Tilden was the man who opened his eyes to the fact that politics was more than a sport ; that it could be made the means of achieving for the common good. On one of his visits to New York he called on the Democratic leader, and the acquaintanceship then begun re- sulted in his becoming the manager for Indiana of 12 WILLIAM ROCKHILL NELSON Tilden's candidacy for the presidential nomination, on the ground, as he used to say, that he was the only Indiana Democrat who was not himself a candidate for the Presidency.

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