Samuel Harrison Smith (printer)

Samuel Harrison Smith (printer)

Samuel Harrison Smith ( ? - ? ) was an American journalist and newspaper publisher. He founded the "National Intelligencer" at Washington in 1800. Joseph Gales became his assistant in 1807, then sole proprietor in 1810.



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