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Butler, Noble, 1819-1882 A practical grammar of the English language
Hill, John, Gent / [1772] Arithmetick, both in the theory and practice: made plain and easy in all the common and useful rules
Fenning, Daniel. / [1774] The ready reckoner: or, Trader's most useful assistant in buying and selling all sorts of commodities, either wholesale or retail
Fisher, A. (Anne), 1719?-1778 / [1780] A practical new grammar, with exercises of bad English, or, An easy guide to speaking and writing the English language properly and correctly: to which is added, a curious and useful appendix
Fisher, George, accomptant / [1792] The instructor, or, Young man's best companion: containing, spelling, reading, writing and arithmetic, in an easier way than any yet published ... how to write letters on business or friendship, forms of indentures, bonds, bills of sale [etc.], merchants accompts ... the method of measuring carpenters, joiners, sawyers [etc.] work, how to undertake each work, and at what price ... the practical gauger made easy, the art of dialing ... with instructions for dying, colouring, and making colours, and some general observations for gardening every month in the year : to which are added, the family's best companion, and a compendium of geography and astronomy : also, some useful interest tables
Workman, Benjamin. / [1793] The American accountant, or, Schoolmasters' new assistant
Moore, John Hamilton, d. 1807 / [1802] The young gentleman and lady's monitor, and English teacher's assistant: being a collection of select pieces from our best modern writers : calculated to eradicate vulgar prejudices and rusticity of manners, improve the understanding, rectify the will, purify the passions, direct the minds of youth to the pursuit of proper objects, and to facilitate their reading, writing, and speaking the English language, with elegance and propriety : particularly adapted for the use of our eminent schools and academies, as well as private persons, who have not an opportunity of perusing the works of those celebrated authors, from whence this collection is made : divided into small portions for the ease of reading in classes
Enfield, William, 1741-1797 / [1803] Speaker, or, Miscellaneous pieces: selected from the best English writers and diposed under proper heads, with a view to facilitate the improvement of youth in reading and speaking : to which is prefixed an essay on elocution
Phillips, R. (Richard), Sir, 1767-1840 / [1806] An easy grammar of geography: intended as a companion and introduction to the "Geography on a popular plan for schools and young persons" by the same author : with maps
Webster, Noah, 1758-1843 / [1807] Elements of useful knowledge: containing a historical and geographical account of the United States : for the use of schools, Vol. 1
Webster, Noah, 1758-1843 / [1809, c1804] The American spelling book: containing the rudiments of the English language : for the use of schools in the United States
Dilworth, Thomas, d. 1780 / [1810] A new guide to the English tongue: in five parts, containing, I. Words both common and proper, from one to six syllables ... II. A large and useful table of words that are the same in sound but different in signification ... III. A short but comprehensive grammar ... IV. An useful collection of sentences in prose and verse, divine, moral and historical ... V. Forms of prayer for children on several occasions
Kimber, Thomas, fl. 1815 / [1812] The American class book, or, A collection of instructive reading lessons: adapted to the use of schools : selected from Blair's class book, etc
Jenkins, John, 1755?-1823 / [1813] The art of writing, reduced to a plain and easy system: on a plan entirely new, in seven books
Bingham, Caleb, 1757-1817 / [1815, c1805] The young lady's accidence , or, A short and easy introduction to English grammar: designed principally for the use of young learners : more especially those of the fair sex : though proper for either
[1815, c1809] The United States' spelling book, with appropriate reading lessons: being an easy standard for spelling, reading and pronouncing the English language, according to the rules established by John Walker, in his critical and pronouncing dictionary
Cook, Thomas. / [1816] The new universal letter writer: containing letters on duty, amusement, love, courtship, marriage, friendship, trade, religion, and other useful subjects
[1816] Classical English letter-writer, or, Epistolary selections: designed to improve young persons in the art of letter-writing and in the principles of virtue and piety : with introductory rules and observations on epistolary composition, and biographical notices of the writers from whom the letters are selected
Byerly, Stephen. / [1820] Byerly's new American spelling-book: calculated for the use of schools in the United States
Blair, Hugh, 1718-1800 / [1822] An abridgment of lectures on rhetorick
Davis, Pardon. / [1823, c1822] The principles of the government of the United States: adapted to the use of schools
Goodrich, Charles A. (Charles Augustus), 1790-1862 / [1825, c1822] A history of the United States of America: on a plan adapted to the capacity of youth, and designed to aid the memory by systematick arrangement and interesting associations : illustrated by engravings
[1826] The art of reading, or, Rules for the attainment of a just and correct enunciation of written language: mostly selected from Walker's Elements of elocution, and adapted to the use of schools
Worcester, Samuel, 1793-1844 / [1826] A primer of the English language for the use of families and schools
Murray, Lindley, 1745-1826 / [1827] The English reader, or Pieces in prose and poetry: selected from the best writers : designed to assist young persons to read with propriety and effect, to improve their language and sentiments, and to inculcate some of the most important principles of piety and virtue : with a few preliminary observations on the principles of good reading
Pike, Nicholas, 1743-1819 / [1827, c1826] Pike's System of arithmetick abridged: designed to facilitate the study of the science of numbers, comprehending the most perspicuous and accurate rules, illustrated by useful examples : to which are added appropriate questions, for the examination of scholars, and a short system of book-keeping
Putnam, Samuel, of Portsmouth, N.H / [1828, c1826] The analytical reader: containing lessons in simultaneous reading & defining, with spelling from the same : to which are added, questions, and references to an appendix, containing sketches of characters, persons and places alluded to in the work
Emerson, Frederick, 1788-1857 / [1830, c1829] The North American arithmetic: part first, containing elementary lessons
Cobb, Lyman, 1800-1864 / [1831] Cobb's juvenile reader no. 2: containing interesting, moral, and instructive reading lessons, composed of words of one, two, and three syllables : designed for the use of small children, and, in connexion with No. I, to accompany the spelling book in families and schools
Cobb, Lyman, 1800-1864 / [1831] Cobb's juvenile reader no. 3: containing interesting, historical, moral, and instructive reading lessons, composed of words of a greater number of syllables than the lessons in Nos. I and II, and a greater variety of composition, both in prose and poetry, selected from the writings of the best American and English authors : to which are prefixed observations on the principles of good reading : designed for the use of larger children in families and schools
Parker, Richard Green, 1798-1869 / [1832] Progressive exercises in English composition
[1832] The Fashionable American letter writer, or, The art of polite correspondence: containing a variety of plain and elegant letters on business, love, courtship, marriage, relationship, friendship, &c : with forms of complimentary cards : to the whole is prefixed directions for letter writing, and rules for composition
Bingham, Caleb, 1757-1817 / [1832, c1810] The Columbian orator: containing a variety of original and selected pieces, together with rules, calculated to improve youth and others in the ornamental and useful art of eloquence
Goodrich, Samuel G. (Samuel Griswold), 1793-1860 / [1832, c1831] The child's book of American geography: designed as an easy and entertaining work for the use of beginners : with sixty engravings, and eighteen maps
Davies, Charles, 1798-1876 / [1833] The common school arithmetic: prepared for the use of academies and common schools in the United States
Turner, R. / [1835] The parlour letter-writer: and secretary's assistant : consisting of original letters on every occurrence in life : written in a concise and familiar style and adapted to both sexes : to which are added complimentary cards, wills, bonds, &c
Hale, Salma, 1787-1866 / [1835, c1826] History of the United States: from their first settlement as colonies, to the close of the war with Great Britain in 1815 : to which are added questions, adapted to the use of schools
Young, Andrew W. (Andrew White), 1802-1877 / [1836] Introduction to the science of government, and compend of constitutional and civil jurisprudence: comprehending a general view of the government of the United States, and of the government of the state of New York, together with the most important provisions in the constitutions of the several states
Pierpont, John, 1785-1866 / [1836, c1835] The American first class book, or, Exercises in reading and recitation: selected principally from modern authors of Great Britain and America, and designed for the use of the highest class in public and private schools
Smith, Roswell Chamberlain, 1797-1875 / [1838, c1836] Geography on the productive system: for schools, academies, and families : accompanied by a large and valuable atlas
Sigourney, L. H. (Lydia Howard), 1791-1865 / [1838, c1837] The girl's reading-book: in prose and poetry, for schools
Webster, Noah, 1758-1843 / [1839, c1831] An improved grammar of the English language
Sigourney, L. H. (Lydia Howard), 1791-1865 / [1839, c1837] The girl's reading-book: in prose and poetry, for schools
Mitchell, S. Augustus (Samuel Augustus), 1792-1868 / [1840, c1839] A system of modern geography, comprising a description of the present state of the world and its five great divisions: America, Europe, Asia, Africa, and Oceanica : with their several empires, kingdoms, states, territories, &c. ... illustrated by an atlas of sixteen maps, drawn and engraved to accompany the work
Goodrich, Samuel G. (Samuel Griswold), 1793-1860 / [1842] The young American, or, Book of government and law : showing their history, nature and necessity : for the use of schools
Jones, Charles Colcock, 1804-1863 / [1842] The religious instruction of the Negroes in the United States
Frost, John, 1800-1859 / [1845, c1836] The American speaker: containing numerous rules, observations, and exercises on pronunciation, pauses, inflections, accent, and emphasis : also, copious extracts in prose and poetry, calculated to assist the teacher, and to improve the pupil in reading and recitation
Goodrich, Samuel G. (Samuel Griswold), 1793-1860 / [1845, c1844] Peter Parley's geography for beginners: with eighteen maps and one hundred and fifty engravings
Willard, Emma, 1787-1870 / [1846, c1843] Abridged history of the United States, or, Republic of America
Chapman, J. G. (John Gadsby), 1808-1889 / [1847] The American drawing-book: a manual for the amateur, and basis of study for the professional artist : especially adapted to the use of public and private schools, as well as home instruction
Frost, John, 1800-1859 / [1850, c1836] The Class book of nature: comprising lessons on the universe, the three kingdoms of nature, and the form and structure of the human body : with questions and numerous engravings
Goodrich, Samuel G. (Samuel Griswold), 1793-1860 / [1850, c1843] A pictorial history of the United States: with notices of other portions of America
Parker, Richard Green, 1798-1869 / [1855, c1849] Exercises in rhetorical reading: with a series of introductory lessons, particularly designed to familiarize readers with the pauses and other marks in general use, and lead them to the practice of modulation and inflection of the voice
Tower, David B. (David Bates), 1808-1868 / [1855, c1853] The gradual primer, or, Primary school enunciator: The child's first step, taken in the right place, Part I
Tower, David B. (David Bates), 1808-1868 / [1855, c1853] First lessons in language, or, Elements of English grammar
Cornell, S. S. (Sophia S.) / [1855, c1854] Cornell's primary geography: forming part first of a systematic series of school geographies
Hows, John W. S. (John William Stanhope), 1797-1871 / [1856, c1849] The practical elocutionist, and, Academical reader and speaker: designed for the use of colleges, academies, high school and families
Alcott, William A. (William Andrus), 1798-1859 / [1857] Slate and black board exercises
Sargent, Epes, 1813-1880 / [1861, c1852] The standard speaker: containing exercises in prose and poetry for declamation in schools, academies, lyceums, colleges, newly translated or compiled from celebrated orators, authors, and popular debaters, ancient and modern, a treatise on oratory and elocution, notes explanatory and biographical
Tower, David B. (David Bates), 1808-1868 / [1861, c1859] Tower's common school grammar: with models of clausal, phrasal, and verbal analysis and parsing : gradually developing the construction of the English sentence
Sanders, Charles W. (Charles Walton), 1805-1889 / [1862, c1856] Sanders' high school reader: embracing a comprehensive course of instruction in the principles of rhetorical reading : with a choice collection of exercises in reading, both in prose and poetry, for the use of the higher classes in schools of every grade
Mayo, Elizabeth, 1793-1865 / [1863] Lessons on objects, graduated series: designed for children between the ages of six and fourteen years: containing also information on common objects
Moore, Marinda Branson. / [1863] The first Dixie reader: designed to follow the Dixie primer
Stewart, K. J. (Kensey Johns) / [1864] A geography for beginners
Moore, M. B. / [1864] The Dixie speller: to follow the First Dixie reader
Hows, John W. S. (John William Stanhope), 1797-1871 / [1864, c1859] The ladies' reader: designed for the use of schools and family reading circles : comprising choice selections from standard authors, in prose and poetry, with the essential rules of elocution, simplified and arranged for strictly practical use
Warren, D. M. (David M.), 1820-1861 / [1868] A new primary geography
Potter, S. A. / [1868, 1866] Penmanship explained, or, The principles of writing reduced to an exact science
Townsend, Calvin, d. 1881 / [1869, c1868] Analysis of civil government: including a topical and tabular arrangement of the Constitution of the United States : designed as a class-book for the use of grammar, high, and normal schools, academies, and other institutions of learning
Town, Salem, 1779-1864 / [1870, c1865] Town's new speller and definer: containing a new and complete key to pronunciation : an introduction to the "Analysis of derivative words in the English language", dictation exercises, and various other improvements
Buckelew, S. F. (Sarah Frances), 1835- / [1878] Dictation lessons in drawing for primary grades: to accompany White's Primary school drawing cards
Sanders, Charles W. (Charles Walton), 1805-1889 / [1880, c1866] Sanders' union pictorial primer: introductory to the Union readers
Cutter, John C. (John Clarence), 1851-1909 / [1885] Lessons in hygiene: an elementary text-book on the maintenance of health : with the rudiments of anatomy and physiology and the treatment of emergent cases : comprising also lessons on the action of stimulants and sedatives on the brain and nervous system : adapted for common schools
Reed, Alonzo, d. 1899 / [1890, c1889] Graded lessons in English: an elementary English grammar : consisting of one hundred practical lessons, carefully graded and adapted to the class-room
Richardson, Charles F. (Charles Francis), 1851-1913 / [1891, c1883] A primer of American literature
Pollard, Rebecca S. (Rebecca Smith), 1831-1917 / [1892, c1890] Pollard's synthetic third reader
Ellis, Edward Sylvester, 1840-1916 / [1896] Epochs in American history,
[1898, c1895] The New vertical script primer
Ford, Paul Leicester, 1865-1902 / [1899] The New England primer: a reprint of the earliest known edition, with many facsimiles and reproductions, and an historical introduction
Cyr, Ellen M., d. 1920 / [1899] Cyr's fifth reader
Taylor, A. D. / [1904] National penmanship compendium for self-instruction and for use in schools and colleges,
Palmer, A. N. (Austin Norman), 1859-1927 / [1915] The Palmer method of business writing: a series of self-teaching in rapid, plain, unshaded, coarse-pen, muscular movement writing
Cobb, Lyman, 1800-1864 / [c1825] Cobb's spelling book: being a just standard for pronouncing the English language, containing the rudiments of the English, language arranged in catechetical order, an organization of the alphabet, an easy scheme of spelling and pronunciation, intermixed with easy reading lessons : to which are added, some useful tables, with the names of cities, counties, towns, rivers, lakes, &c. in the United States, and a list of the proper names contained in the New Testament, and pronounced according to the best authorities : designed to teach the orthography and orthoepy of J. Walker
Colburn, Warren, 1793-1833 / [c1826] Intellectual arithmetic: upon the inductive method of instruction
Hazen, Edward. / [c1829] The speller and definer, or, Class-book no. 2: designed to answer the purposes of a spelling book and to supersede the necessity of the use of a dictionary as a class-book
Cobb, Lyman, 1800-1864 / [c1830] Cobb's juvenile reader no. 1: containing interesting, moral, and instructive reading lessons, composed of easy words of one and two syllables : designed for the use of small children in families and school
Pierpont, John, 1785-1866 / [c1835] Introduction to the national reader: a selection of easy lessons : designed to fill the same place in the common schools of the United States, that is held by Murray's introduction, and the compilations of Guy, Mylius, and Pinnock, in those of Great Britain
Alexander, James W. (James Waddel), 1804-1859 / [c1838] Uncle Austin and his nephews, or, The scripture guide: being a familiar introduction to the study of the Bible
Goodrich, Samuel G. (Samuel Griswold), 1793-1860 / [c1839] The third reader: for the use of schools
Weld, Allen Hayden, 1812-1882 / [c1847] Parsing book: containing rules of syntax, and models for analyzing and transposing : together with selections of prose and poetry from writers of standard authority
Pinneo, T. S. (Timothy Stone), 1804-1893 / [c1847] The Hemans reader for female schools: containing extracts in prose and poetry
Ray, Joseph, 1807-1855 / [c1848] Ray's algebra, part first: on the analytic and inductive methods of instruction, with numerous practical exercises, designed for common schools and academies
American Tract Society / [c1849] Dr. Scudder's tales for little readers, about the heathen
Greene, J. W. (James Whitman) / [c1852] School melodies: containing a choice collection of popular airs with original and appropriate words composed expressly for the use of schools
Lossing, Benson John, 1813-1891 / [c1854] A pictorial history of the United States: for schools and families
Osgood, Lucius. / [c1856] Osgood's progressive speller
Town, Salem, 1779-1864 / [c1857] The progressive pictorial primer: the engravings from original designs
Town, Salem, 1779-1864 / [c1857] The progressive third reader, for public and private schools: containing the elementary principles of elocution, illustrated by examples and exercises in connection with the tables and rules, and a series of lessons in reading : with original designs and engravings
McGuffey, William Holmes, 1800-1873 / [c1857] McGuffey's new high school reader: for advanced classes, embracing about two hundred classic exercises
McGuffey, William Holmes, 1800-1873 / [c1857] McGuffey's new sixth eclectic reader: exercises in rhetorical reading, with introductory rules and examples
McGuffey, William Holmes, 1800-1873 / [c1857] McGuffey's new fifth eclectic reader: selected and original exercises for schools
Quackenbos, G. P. (George Payn), 1826-1881 / [c1857] Illustrated school history of the United States and the adjacent parts of America: from the earliest discoveries to the present time
[c1857] Chesterfield's art of letter-writing simplified: being a guide to friendly, affectionate, polite and business correspondence : containing a large collection of the most valuable information relative to the art of letter-writing, with clear and complete instructions how to begin and end correspondence, rules for punctuation and spelling, &c. : to which is appended the complete rules of etiquette and the usages of society : containing the most approved rules for correct deportment in fashionable life, together with hints to gentlemen and ladies on irregular and vulgar habits, also, the etiquette of love and courtship, marriage etiquette, &c
Sanders, Charles W. (Charles Walton), 1805-1889 / [c1858] The school reader: containing easy progressive lessons in reading and spelling, First book
Osgood, Lucius. / [c1858] Osgood's progressive fifth reader: embracing a system of instruction in the principles of elocution, and selections for reading and speaking from the best English and American authors : designed for the use of academies and the highest classes in public and private schools
Brooks, Edward, 1831-1912 / [c1858] The normal mental arithmetic: a thorough and complete course by analysis and induction
Watson, J. Madison (James Madison), 1827-1900 / [c1858] The national school primer, or, primary word-builder
Lilienthal, M. E. / [c1862] Object lessons: Things taught: systematic instruction in composition and object lessons
Victor, Orville J. (Orville James), 1827-1910 / [c1863] Beadle's dime American speaker: comprising gems of elocution and humor, for schools, exhibitions, parlors, etc
Holmes, George F. (George Frederick), 1820-1897 / [c1866] The Southern pictorial third reader: for schools and families
McGuffey, William Holmes, 1800-1873 / [c1866] McGuffey's new fourth eclectic reader: instructive lessons for the young
Edwards, Richard, 1822-1908 / [c1867] Analytical fourth reader: containing practical directions for reading, a thorough method of thought-analysis, a critical phonic analysis of English words, and a large number of new and valuable selections in readings
McGuffey, William Holmes, 1800-1873 / [c1867] McGuffey's newly revised eclectic primer: newly illustrated
Osgood, Lucius. / [c1870] Osgood's American primer: introductory to the American readers
Cole, William H., fl. 1870-1898 / [c1870] The institute reader and normal class-book: for the use of teachers' institutes and normal schools, and for self-training in the art of reading
Osgood, Lucius. / [c1871] Osgood's American third reader: for schools and families
Hart, John S. (John Seely), 1810-1877 / [c1872] A manual of American literature: a text-book for schools and colleges
Swinton, William, 1833-1892 / [c1872] First lessons in our country's history: bringing out its salient points, and aiming to combine simplicity with sense
Swinton, William, 1833-1892 / [c1873] Word-primer: a beginner's book in oral and written spelling
Osgood, Lucius. / [c1873] Osgood's American primary speller
Monroe, Lewis B. (Lewis Baxter), 1825?-1879 / [c1873] The first reader
Spencer, Platt R. (Platt Rogers), 1800-1864 / [c1873-84] Spencerian system of penmanship
Nordhoff, Charles, 1830-1901 / [c1875] Politics for young Americans
Goff, Milton B. (Milton Browning), 1831-1890 / [c1876] First book in arithmetic
McGuffey, William Holmes, 1800-1973 / [c1879] McGuffey's sixth eclectic reader
McGuffey, William Holmes, 1800-1873 / [c1879] McGuffey's fifth eclectic reader
[c1880] Elementary geography
McGuffey, William Holmes, 1800-1873 / [c1881] McGuffey's eclectic primer
Maglathlin, Henry B. (Henry Bartlett), 1819-1910 / [c1881] First lessons in numbers: oral and written
Steele, Joel Dorman, 1836-1886 / [c1883] A brief history of ancient, mediaeval, and modern peoples, with some account of their monuments, institutions, arts, manners, and customs
Smith, William Thayer, 1839-1909 / [c1884] The human body and its health : a text-book for schools, having special reference to the effects of stimulants and narcotics on the human system
Campbell, Loomis J. (Loomis Joseph), 1831-1896 / [c1885] The new Franklin primer and first reader
Woman's Christian Temperance Union, National Department of Scientific Instruction. / [c1885] Hygiene for young people: adapted to intermediate classes and common schools
[c1886-] Barnes' national system of penmanship
Murray, James R. (James Ramsey), 1841-1905 / [c1887] Dainty songs for little lads and lasses: for use in the kindergarten, school and home
Quackenbos, John Duncan, 1848-1926 / [c1889] Lessons in geography for little learners
Eggleston, Edward, 1837-1902 / [c1889] A first book in American history: with special reference to the lives and deeds of great Americans
Cyr, Ellen M., d. 1920 / [c1899] Cyr's fourth reader
Sheldon, L. W. / [c1901] Sheldon's Twentieth century letter writer: an up-to-date and accurate guide to correct modern letter writing
Blanchard, Clyde Insley, 1888- / [c1945] Expert shorthand speed course: teacher's handbook,
Fenning, Daniel. / [1767] The universal spelling-book, or, A new and easy guide to the English language: containing, I. Tables of words in one, two, three and four syllables ... , II. A very easy and rational guide to English grammar ... , III. A collection of near 5000 of the most useful words ... , IV. Many useful things necessary to help the young beginner ... , V. Chronological tables of the succession of the kings of England
[18--?] My story book
[185- ] The American lady's and gentleman's modern letter writer: relative to business, duty, love, and marriage
Inglis, Alexander James, 1879-1924 / [1904?] Key to Pearson's Latin prose composition,
Nietz, John A. (John Alfred), 1888-1970 / [1966] The evolution of American secondary school textbooks: rhetoric & literature, algebra, geometry, natural history (zoology), botany, natural philosophy (physics), chemistry, Latin and Greek, French, German & world history as taught in American Latin grammar school academies and early high schools before 1900