2 edition of The First Confederate speller found in the catalog.
The First Confederate speller
|Statement||by an Association of Southern Teachers|
|Series||Confederate imprints, 1861-1865 -- reel 115, no. 4052|
|Contributions||Association of Southern Teachers|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||144|
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L. VIRGINIA SMITH FRENCH'S WAR JOURNAL The second printing is here! Much of our initial printing cost and overhead was covered by the sale of our first printing of this fantastic book. Now we can offer it to you at an even lower price than before. - Explore tnreb's board "Great reads", followed by people on Pinterest. See more ideas about Civil war books, Sugar creek gang and Books pins.
By , Webster’s book had sold 5 million copies. 3 It was this little book that Frederick Douglass and countless other enslaved people used in Author: Heather Andrea Williams. A similar work is The Confederate Speller, published in nearby Mount Lebanon. Commenced by William W. Womack, a professor of English at the short-lived Mt. Lebanon University, the work was based on Noah Webster’s Elementary Spelling Book.
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The Dixie Speller, to Follow the First Dixie Reader. Raleigh, North Carolina: Branson & Farrar, Small quarto, original brown cloth spine, printed paper-covered boards. First edition of this popular Confederate spelling book, illustrated with in-text woodcuts.
The First Confederate speller: on a strictly philosophical and progressive plan ; to which the two hundred and twenty-four simple and compound sounds that form the words of the English language are presented in monosyllables and syllables ; and the words of the same clan, of one, two, or more syllables, are classed in tables, according to their peculiar terminations ; the.
[[nid]]Items published in the Confederate States during the Civil War are known as Confederate imprints. Before secession, most of the established publishers of booking, broadsides, and sheet music were located in such large northern cities as Philadelphia, New York, and Boston.
However, with the onset of war, southern publishers were in high demand. Get this from a library. The Dixie speller: to follow the first Dixie reader. [M B Moore; Confederate States of America Collection (Library of Congress)]. The Dixie speller: to follow the first Dixie reader Item Preview remove-circle Confederate imprints Electronic reproduction digitized The online edition of this book in the public domain, i.e., not The First Confederate speller book by copyright, has been produced by the Emory University Digital Library Publications Program.
As these spellers were Confederate spellers, they also aimed at teaching children Southern values, manners and loyalty to the Cause. The Dixie Speller did not sugar-coat the realities a child was likely to experience: LESSON XI.
'A boy and a man were in the old log hut we ran by just now, Will. This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. Chaudron’s speller was originally published inthis book is the fifth edition.
First end paper has an illustration of a printing press. Reverse side has an image of a ship with Confederate flag flying at the top over the sails, and U.S. flag at the deck. CHAUDRON, Adelaide De V. Chaudron's Spelling Book, Carefully Prepared for Family and School Use.
Mobile: S.H. Goetzel, Small octavo pamphlet, original self-wrappers; pp $ Fifth edition of this popular Confederate speller, illustrated with numerous woodcuts, in original wrappers.
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Hazen (page images at HathiTrust) Wheeler's elementary speller. (Chicago: W.H. Wheeler, c), by William Henry Wheeler (page images at HathiTrust).
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Page 5. NOTE TO TEACHERS. This little work is intended as a stepping-stone from the Primer to the large Speller. The first principles of spelling and reading, are here continued. Explore unique, collectible and unusual items from the finest booksellers in the world.
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The book cover is light beige with a nice illustration in red of a Spanish conquistador and on the spine the title, Nayor and the author's names in red. A most attractive book without the jacket. The pages are very clean. This book has no previious owner's name nor bookplate, but is from the Dawgwood Library of Hobart Huson.
The Educational Association of the Confederate States of America, assembled at Columbia, S. C., being ardently attached to the rights, interests and honor of each State and of the Confederate States, and profoundly sympathizing with the country in its righteous efforts to maintain its independence, would remind all the teachers and friends of.
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