Education in America 1818-1865 Collection 5 old books Primer Chemistry Music OratoryBrian DiMambro- Antiquarian Books, Maps & Prints
[Education- Early 19th century American school books- Reading & Writing- Spelling- Language- Grammar].
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All in original period bindings as issued, including full leather and paper covered wooden boards.
All relatively well preserved given their intended audience (children), normal signs of age, wear and usage, some old staining, nothing offensive nor severe.
Titles are:Sequel to the Analytical Reader, by Samuel Putnam.
1832, Dover, NH by E. French.
The American Orator, by Increase Cooke.
1818, New Haven, CT, Sidney's Press.
The Little Speaker, and Juvenile Reader, by Charles Northend, A.M.
1865, New York, Collins and Brother.
First Lessons in Chemistry and Geology, by J. Emerson Kent, A.M.,M.D.
1854, Boston, Dayton & Wentworth.
The Thorough-Base Primer, by J.F. Burrowes.
1841, Boston, James Loring.
Tallest book measures: 7 3/8" H.
Shortest book measures: 6 1/8" H.
Set along shelf measures: 4 1/4".