3 edition of The early Massachusetts press, 1638-1711 found in the catalog.
The early Massachusetts press, 1638-1711
George Emery Littlefield
|Series||Library of American civilization -- LAC 20259.|
|Contributions||Club of Odd Volumes.|
|The Physical Object|
Littlefield, George Emery. The Early Massachusetts Press, In Two Volumes. Boston, The Club of Odd Volumes, Ships Baker, William A. Colonial Vessels: Some Seventeenth-Century Sailing Craft. Barre, MA: Barre Publishing Company, Robinson, John and George Francis Dow. The Sailing Ships of New England, The Book in America: A History of the Making, the Selling, and the Collecting of Books in the United States (New York: R.R. Bowker, ) Levy, Leonard W. Emergence of A Free Press (New York: Oxford University Press, ) Littlefield, George Emery. The Early Massachusetts Press (New York: B. Franklin, ) McMurtrie, Douglas C.
The French Book-privilege System (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, ). Astbury, Raymond, ’The Renewal of the Licensing Act in and its Lapse in ’, The Library, 33 (), Pierce died the next year in , and Harris turned his sights to book publishing until when he moved back to England. 5 In he started another newspaper—the London Post—which did substantially better, The Early Massachusetts Press, , vol. 2 (Boston: The Club of Odd Volumes.
Benjamin Church was born in Duxbury, Plymouth County, Massachusetts to Richard Church () and Elizabeth Warren () and died 17 January in Little Compton, Newport County, Rhode Island of unspecified causes. He married Alice Southworth () 26 December in Duxbury, Plymouth County, Massachusetts. Ancestors are from the Birth: Duxbury, Plymouth County, Massachusetts. North Carolina Press for the Institute of Early American History and Culture, Williamsburg, Va., , pp. (YAb) BANKS, CHARLES E. The Winthrop Fleet of An Account of the Vessels, the Voyage, the Passengers and Their English Homes from Original Authorities. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, , pp. (g).
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Early American Poetry: Morrell, William New-England. Club of Odd or city: Boston. The other work The Early Massachusetts Press is more focused on Massachusetts, looking at the first quarter century of the printing press in (what would become) the Bay State.
In two volumes, this book examines the tentative early years of the printing industry in Massachusetts, in Boston and beyond, including multiple bibliographies. The binding is probably early or middle nineteenth century, being half calf with marbled paper boards, the spine tooled in gold “A PLATFORM OF CHURCH DICIPLINE (sic) (N.E.) ” Of the leaves of the book there are some with brown stains on the upper part of the outer margins, but the pages are in clean, crisp condition.
The Early Massachusetts Press, Burt Franklin Bibliography and Reference Series New York: Burt Franklin, Lopenzina, Drew. Red Ink: Native Americans Picking up the Pen in the Colonial Period. Native Traces. Albany: SUNY Press, Learn more about the Bay Psalm Book and the first printing press in the New World.
Bay Psalm Book, and America's First Printing Press. By Jessica A. Kent Oct. The Early Massachusetts Press,Vol. Boston, MA: Club of Odd Volumes, The Early Massachusetts Press, (Club of Odd Volumes, Boston, Mass., ) Nason, Elias. A Gazetteer of the State of Massachusetts (B. Russell, Boston, ). George Emery Littlefield (), Early Boston booksellersBoston: The Club of odd volumes, OCLCOL M Google books; George Emery Littlefield.
The early Massachusetts press, Boston: Club of Odd Volumes, Worthington Chauncey Ford. The Boston book market, Boston: Club of Odd Volumes, 18th. A collection of genealogical profiles related to Great Migration: Passengers of the Griffin, Geni Project: Great Migration: Passengers of the Griffin, Griffin was the name of a 17th-century ship known to have sailed between E The Early Massachusetts Press, Book Description: Allworth Press, Condition: Good.
0th Edition. Shows some signs of wear, and may have some markings on the inside. Seller Inventory # GRP Club of Odd Volumes: The early Massachusetts press,(Boston, Mass., The Club of Odd Volumes, ), also by George Emery Littlefield (page images at HathiTrust) Club of Odd Volumes: Early schools and school-books of New England / (Boston, Mass.: Club of Odd Volumes, ), also by George Emery Littlefield and Mass.) University.
Edward Hopkins, Gov. of CT, named his sister, Margaret Thomson, and her children, Henry and Katherine James (nee Thomson), in his will. Google has digitized a book called 'The Early Massachusetts Press, ' that suggests Margaret (Hopkins) Thomson was the wife of Maj.
Robert. Massachusetts Press, " In that I found the answer to most of my queries; but as the book is not easily accessible, I hope you who have read it will pardon my quoting freely from it, and hereby I acknowledge my great indebtedness to Mr.
Littlefield. I will begin with the centre of the Seal, the so-called "Day Press.". Book Description: Greenwood Press, Westport, CT, Hardcover.
Condition: Good. Octavo. Hardcover Cloth. Ex-Library with the usual treatments. Text in English pp. Bound in original green cloth. Nice cover. Interior text is clean throughout. Binding solid. Seller Inventory #. - The Early Massachusetts Press,Volume 1 - (Googlw ebook) " Edward Gibbons, the third owner of the ship "Planter" was one of the most famous characters in the colony, and was distinguished both in military and business enterprises.
The Early Massachusetts Press, (Boston, Massachusetts, Club of Odd Volumes, ) Vol. 1, Page ; Transactions of the Royal Historical Society (Royal Historical Society, ) Vol. 10, Page Thwing, Walter Eliot. History of the First Church in Roxbury, Massachusetts, (W.A. Butterfield, Boston, ) Page 7 Ibid., p.
7; Winship, pp. ; G.E. Littlefield, The Early Massachusetts Press, (New Y ; 8 Tebbel, p. 7 Glover did not survive the trip and some ambiguity shrouds the question of who exactly took over the operation of the press upon its arrival.7 Harvard had a stake in the press and played an active role in its management, although the exact nature of its interest Cited by: 3.