Brooklyn Eagle (1841 – 1955; 1960 – 1963) was a daily newspaper published in Brooklyn that at one point was the afternoon paper with the largest circulation in the U.S. Its editors included Walt Whitman and the paper was closely connected with the Democratic Party in New York. It closed during a long strike in 1955 and was briefly revived in the early 1960s before folding again. A much smaller-scale newspaper reviving the name Brooklyn Eagle has been in publication since 1996. More by this mapmaker...
Brooklyn Daily Eagle Almanac, 1905: a book of information, general of the world, and special of New York City and Long Island, (New York: Brooklyn Daily Eagle), 1905.