A New-England Primer printed by Benjamin Franklin in 1764. The New-England primer enlarged. For the more easy attaining the true reading of English. To which is added, the Assemblys catechism. Philadelphia: Printed and sold by B. Franklin, and D. Hall, in Market-street, 164
January 11, 2011
Sample pages from an 1848 book for children intended to teach physical and political geography by way of rhymes set to popular tunes - jingoism notwithstanding. Lyon, Sarah M. 1848. The musical geography: a new natural arrangement of the names of all the physical features of the globe. Troy [N.Y.]: Young & Hart.
February 18, 2010