2 edition of The New-England primer, enlarged and much improved found in the catalog.
The New-England primer, enlarged and much improved
|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 2747.|
|Contributions||Westminster Assembly (1643-1652).|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||72|
First introduced into American education in by Benjamin Harris, The New England Primer was "the beginning textbook for students; until it . The New England Primer: Improved, for the More Easy Attaining the True Reading of English: to which is Added The Assembly of Divines, and Mr. Cotton's Catechism John Cotton Joel Munsell, - Catechisms - 80 pages/5(12).
This is an exact reprint of the edition printed at Boston by Edward Draper. The first edition of the primer was printed as early as but no known copy exists before "The New England Primer" was the first reading primer designed for the American : Martino Fine Books. 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).
This book is a faithful reproduction of the New England Primer with a very significant exception. The letter "s" in the old English alphabet (represented sometimes by an "s" and other times by what appears to be an "f") has been standardized to the single modern "s.". The book which he recalls from his London poorhouse schooling, which must have taken place some time around the late s, presumably had much in common with later extant pedagogical publications by Benjamin Harris: The Protestant Tutor, first printed in London in , and The New England Primer, which was printed in Boston in numerous.
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The New England Primer was the first textbook ever printed in America and was used to teach reading and Bible lessons in our schools until the twentieth century. In The New-England primer, many of the Founding Fathers and their children learned to read from The New England by: 1. This is an exact reprint of the edition printed at Boston by Edward Draper.
The first edition of the primer was printed as early as but no known copy exists before "The New England Primer" was the first reading primer designed for the American Colonies/5(22).
The New-England primer (enlarged and much improved): for the more easy attaining The New-England primer true reading of English.: To which is added the Assembly's catechism. The New England Primer was the first reading primer designed for the American became the most successful educational textbook published in 17th century colonial United States and it became the foundation of most schooling before the s.
In the 17th century, the schoolbooks in use had been Bibles brought over fromBoston publishers were reprinting the English. The early history of the New England Primer, America's most famous Schoolbook, is one of the most complex of bibliographic problems, tied up as it is with a more than usually elusive seven-teenth-century printer.
So much has to be supplied from conjec-ture, and its File Size: 7MB. The New-England Primer, the principal textbook for millions of colonists and early Americans.
First compiled and published about by Benjamin Harris, a British journalist who emigrated to Boston, the primer remained in use for more than years. Although often called “the little Bible of New. The New England Primer [ Edition, Illustrated]: Or, an Easy and Pleasant Guide to the Art of Reading, Adorned with Cuts; To Which Is Added, the Ca Various, Various ISBN ISBN The New England Primer was the first textbook ever printed in America and was used to teach reading and Bible lessons in our schools until the twentieth century.
In fact, many of the Founders and their children learned to read from the Primer. This pocket-size edition is an historical reprint of the version used in many schools during the Founding Era/5(10). SongofPraifetoGD,foraChild, 'WWOWgloriousisourheavenlyKing, J-J-WhoreignsabovetheSkyHowPiallaChildprefumetofing HisdreadfulMajefiy File Size: 2MB.
A rarity among rare books: The New England Primer Enlarged with an engraved portrait of George Washington attributed to Paul Revere. Among Americana collectors, one of the most desirable class of books remains the 18 th century New England Primer – 17 th century examples being known, but entirely unavailable.
The New England Primer was not only the first primary reader designed for use in. The New Queen Primer Part I is a much improved edition of the very popular Queen Primer which for several decades has proved to be highly successful in teaching pupils the English Language.
This enlarged format has been repackaged by Spectrum Books with the addition of colour pictures and text to make it more teacher and pupil friendly/ The single most influential Christian textbook in history, most scholars agree that most, if not all, of the Founding Fathers were taught to read and write using this The New England Primer, which is unsurpassed to this day for its excellence of practical training and Christian worldview.4/5.
Full text of "THE NEW - ENGLAND PRIMER ISSUED PRIOR TO " See other formats. The New England Primer was the first textbook ever printed in America and was used to teach reading and Bible lessons in our schools until the twentieth century.
In fact, many of the Founding Fathers and their children learned to read from The New England Primer/5. The New England Primer was a book, first published in or shortly prior to that date, intended for use as an instructional school text for young children so that they might be taught how to read.
At the same time, in accordance with the then current educational philosophy, it was designed to provide a basic catechism in the Christian religion. It was the most widely used school text in.
The New England Primer was the first textbook ever printed in America and was used to teach reading and Bible lessons in our schools until the twentieth century. Advertisement - story continues below Scholars agree that most, if not all, of the Founding Fathers were taught to read and write using The New England Primer, a textbook which is Author: Steve Straub.
THE NEW ENGLAND PRIMER The New England Primer was a textbook used by students in New England and in other English settlements in North America.
It was first printed in Boston in by Benjamin Harris who had published a similar volume in London. It was used by students into the 19th century.
Over five million copies of the book were sold. Find great deals on eBay for new england primer. Shop with confidence. Page from The New England Primer Improved,letters A through F, This rhyming method of teaching the alphabetis much older than The New England Primer, butthe little book gave the old idea fresh primer rhymes are thought to have originatedwith the Boston printer Harris, as the poetry hewas in the habit of manufacturing.
The New England Primer by Massachusetts Sabbath School Society. This edition was created and published by Global Grey ©GlobalGrey e Size: 1MB. ] Repmt of the Librarian The New-England Primer Improved. Amherst, New Hamp-shire: N.
Coverly & Son, The New-England Primer; Much Improved.NEW ENGLAND PRIMER. NEW ENGLAND PRIMER. The New England Primer, first published aboutcombined 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 improved for the more easy attaining the true reading of English: to which is added The Assembly of Divines, and Mr.
Cotton's Catechism by Westminster Assembly (). Shorter catechism; Cotton, John, Pages: