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Imprints on history, : book publishers and American frontiers

Label
Imprints on history, : book publishers and American frontiers
Title
Imprints on history,
Title remainder
book publishers and American frontiers
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
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1912-2007
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
Stern, Madeleine B.
Dewey number
655.473
Index
no index present
LC call number
Z473
LC item number
.S857
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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  • Publishers and publishing
  • Boekenproductie
  • Uitgevers
  • Éditeurs
  • Édition
  • Geschichte
  • Literatursoziologie
  • Verlag
  • USA
Label
Imprints on history, : book publishers and American frontiers
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Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Bibliographical references included in "Notes on sources" (p. 389-464)
Contents
Clearing Eastern frontiers: James D. Bemis, pioneer printer. -- Broadening Eastern frontiers: William Hilliard & his firm, booksellers to the university. -- The persistence of New England transcendentalism: James P. Walker & Horace B. Fuller, transcendental publishers. -- The brotherhood of the Ante-bellum South: John Russell, "Lord John" of Charleston. -- Civil War & abolition: James Redpath and his "Books for the times". -- Reconstruction & the post-war South: Charles W. Clark, "Southern knight" of New Orleans. -- Culture for the Middle West: Robert Fergus, prairie printer. -- Manifest destiny: Jacob W. Cruger, public printer of Houston. -- The settling of the far West: Anton Roman, argonaut of books. -- The success of rugged individualism: George W. Childs, Poor Richard the Second. -- The failure of rugged individualism: The rise and fall of A.K. Loring. -- The need for laughter in America: G.W. Carleton, his mark. -- The call of the wild: Elliott, Thomas & Talbot and their blue backs. -- Railroads & railroad literature: The Leslies of Publisher's Row. -- Immigration & the book trade: Ernst Steiger, German-American publisher. -- The advancement of labor & woman's rights: John W. Lovell, his social conscience. -- The home as the hub of America: Dick & Fitzgerald, the troupers of Ann Street. -- Today & yesterday: The twentieth-century survivals. -- Supplement: United States book publishing firms surviving from before 1900. -- A chronological list
Extent
1 online resource (492 pages)
Form of item
online
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)1035621839
Label
Imprints on history, : book publishers and American frontiers
Link
Publication
Bibliography note
Bibliographical references included in "Notes on sources" (p. 389-464)
Contents
Clearing Eastern frontiers: James D. Bemis, pioneer printer. -- Broadening Eastern frontiers: William Hilliard & his firm, booksellers to the university. -- The persistence of New England transcendentalism: James P. Walker & Horace B. Fuller, transcendental publishers. -- The brotherhood of the Ante-bellum South: John Russell, "Lord John" of Charleston. -- Civil War & abolition: James Redpath and his "Books for the times". -- Reconstruction & the post-war South: Charles W. Clark, "Southern knight" of New Orleans. -- Culture for the Middle West: Robert Fergus, prairie printer. -- Manifest destiny: Jacob W. Cruger, public printer of Houston. -- The settling of the far West: Anton Roman, argonaut of books. -- The success of rugged individualism: George W. Childs, Poor Richard the Second. -- The failure of rugged individualism: The rise and fall of A.K. Loring. -- The need for laughter in America: G.W. Carleton, his mark. -- The call of the wild: Elliott, Thomas & Talbot and their blue backs. -- Railroads & railroad literature: The Leslies of Publisher's Row. -- Immigration & the book trade: Ernst Steiger, German-American publisher. -- The advancement of labor & woman's rights: John W. Lovell, his social conscience. -- The home as the hub of America: Dick & Fitzgerald, the troupers of Ann Street. -- Today & yesterday: The twentieth-century survivals. -- Supplement: United States book publishing firms surviving from before 1900. -- A chronological list
Extent
1 online resource (492 pages)
Form of item
online
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)1035621839

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