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The New-England primer

The New-England primer

improved for the more easy attaining the true reading of English : to which is added the Assembly of Divines" catechism

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Published by Printed by T. M. Pomroy for S. & E. Butler in Northampton [Mass.] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Catechisms,
  • Readers (Primary)

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesEarly American imprints -- no. 10610
    ContributionsWestminster Assembly (1643-1652).
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination[79] p
    Number of Pages79
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18043822M

    Remind yourselves and your children of what children used to be taught in America! This small New England Primer is reproduced here with The Assembly of Divines and Mr. Cotton's Catechism. 5' x '. The New England Primer (Contemporary Alphabet) () by David Barton/5(3). The Bay Psalm Book () The New England Primer (?) The Bay Psalm Book and The New England Primer were, next to the Bible, the most commonly owned books in seventeenth-century New England. Together, they served to disseminate Puritan values for over a hundred years.

    NEW ENGLAND PRIMER. NEW ENGLAND PRIMER. The New England Primer, first published about , combined lessons in spelling with a short catechism and versified injunctions to piety and faith in Calvinistic fundamentals. Crude couplets and woodcut pictures illustrated the alphabet, and the child's prayer that begins "Now I lay me down to sleep" first appeared in this book. The New England Primer Issued Prior to A Bibliographical Checklist for the More Easy Attaining the True Knowledge of this Book, Embellished with a Hundred Cuts and Now Revised, Greatly Improved and Arranged in Two Alphabets. Heartman, Charles F.

    Many American history books refer to 'The New England Primer,' a textbook first introduced in Boston in Early Americans learned to read using this book and the Bible. Some estimate the annual sales at 20, copies. Total sales over a hundred and fifty years probably topped 3 million copies. This work helped produce a high level of literate, self-governed citizens who valued liberty and /5(4). The New England Primer also has examples of religious intolerance, specifically anti-Catholic and anti-Semitic statements, which reflect then-contemporary attitudes. This particular book went through a number of editions. This version was scanned from an copy in the possession of my family which was published in


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