1 edition of Some account of American newspapers, and libraries in which they may be found found in the catalog.
|Other titles||Extracts from American newspapers relating to New Jersey, New Jersey archives, Documents relating to the colonial history of the state of New Jersey|
|Statement||edited by William Nelson|
|Series||Archives of the state of New Jersey -- First series, v. 19|
|Contributions||Nelson, William, 1847-1919|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||lxxviii, 678 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||678|
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Feb 09, · Some account of American newspapers, and libraries in which they may be found, Extracts from American newspapers, relating to New Jersey by New Jersey Historical Society ; Nelson, William, Pages: Some Account of American Newspapers: Massachusetts Volume 2 of Some Account of American Newspapers: Particularly of the Eighteenth Century, and Libraries in which They May be Found, William Nelson: Editor: William Nelson: Publisher: Press Print.
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[William Nelson; A Van Doren Honeyman] Some account of American newspapers, particularly of the eighteenth century, and libraries in which they may be found, pts.by the same author. Oct 23, · Some 46% used the library for research, 38% borrowed books (print books, audiobooks, or e-books), and 23% borrowed newspapers, magazines, or journals.
High-school-aged readers were more likely to have borrowed the last book they read from the library (37%) than they are to. Cooking By the Book: Culinary Libraries. cookbooks and other culinary works are increasingly a part of the collections in a wide range of American libraries. While they may be part of the general collections in a library devoted to culinary topics, even in such locations and almost universally in university and research libraries, they are Author: Ofira Schwartz-Soicher.
——Some Account of American Newspapers, particularly of the Eighteenth Century, and Libraries in which they may be found. and Libraries in which they may be found. In New Jersey Archives, vols.
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America Historical Newspapers – ($), replaces the old Readex Microcard for American newspapers from to the mid s. Nearly newspapers have been imaged, with more in progress.
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