William Conant Church, one of the NRA's founders A few months after the Civil War began in 1861, a national rifle association was proposed by Americans in England.https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/National_Rifle_Association
William Conant Church (August 11, 1836 – May 23, 1917) was an American journalist, author and soldier. He was publisher of several newspapers and magazines in association with his father and brother. He was the co-founder and second president of the National Rifle Association of America . Life and work
William Conant Church, one of the NRA's founders A few months after the Civil War began in 1861, a national rifle association was proposed by Americans in England.
Biographer, Editor, Journalist [works by] [relationships of] Born in Rochester, New York on August 11, 1836 and son of New York Chronicle’s editor, Rev. Dr. Pharcellus Church, William Conant Church's first brush with the world of journalism occurred at age nineteen when he began helping his father edit the New York Chronicle .
William Conant Church (August 11, 1836 – May 23, 1917) was an American journalist and soldier. He was the co-founder and second president of the National Rifle Association. Oops something went wrong: 403 Enjoying Wikiwand? Give good old Wikipedia a great new look Install Wikiwand for Chrome
Born William Conant CHURCH American journalist and soldier Born on August 11, 1836 in Rochester, New York, USA , United States Died on May 23, 1917 Born on August 11 51 Deceased on May 23 39 Family tree Report an error Church Jonathan 1724 - 1797 Cady Abigail 1726 - 1797 Davis Jonathan 1753 - Bowen Mehitable 1753 - Conant Ebenezer 1743 - 1783 Oakes
William Conant Church was an American journalist and soldier. He was the co-founder and second president of the National Rifle Association. Wikiwand is the world's leading Wikipedia reader for web and mobile.
William Conant Church (1836–1917) of Rochester, New York was known for his newspaper work before, during, and after the American Civil War. He contributed to newspapers such as The New York Chronicle, The Sun (New York), the New York Evening Post, The New York Times, the Army and Navy Journal, and The Galaxy Magazine.
William Conant Church (1836-1917) was co-editor with his brother, Francis P. Church, of The Galaxy, a literary monthly, and The Army and Navy Journal, a weekly newspaper devoted to the interests of the U.S. military. The Galaxy was absorbed in 1878 by Atlantic Monthly.
American editor and soldier William Conant Church was born to Parcellus Church and Chara Emily (Conant) Church in Rochester, New York, on August 11, 1836. At the age of 19, Church joined the staff of the New York Chronicle, a paper founded by his father and J.S. Backus. After buying out Backus's share of the paper, Church became co-editor of ...
The Galaxy. Some or all works by this author were published before January 1, 1928, and are in the public domain worldwide because the author died at least 100 years ago. Translations or editions published later may be copyrighted. Posthumous works may be copyrighted based on how long they have been published in certain countries and areas.