|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 31221|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||36|
A tradition of almanacs published for the purposes of North America began in New England in the 17th century. A New World's dwelling would seldom be found without the latest print of North American almanac and The Pilgrim's Progress.. The earliest almanac published for New England appeared in Cambridge, Massachusetts as early as , by William Pierce. It was the second work printed in the. Benjamin Banneker's Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland and Virginia Almanack and Ephemeris, for the Year of Our Lord Baltimore: William Goddard and James Angell, Rare Book and Special Collections Division. () Benjamin Banneker, born free in Maryland in , was remarkable because of his mechanical and mathematical abilities. Full text of "Branson's agricultural almanac: for the year of our Lord " See other formats. Benjamin Banneker's Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland and Virginia Almanack and Ephemeris, for the Year of Our Lord Baltimore: William Goddard and James Angell, Rare Book and Special Collections Division, Library of Congress (2–14).
David M. Lesser, Fine Antiquarian Books LLC. Your Account | Cart. Search Submit Search. Full text of "Turner's North Carolina almanac: for the year of our Lord " See other formats. Miller's planters' & merchants' state rights almanac, for the year of our Lord being the third after leap year: and 3rd of Southern independence: calculated for the meridian of Carolina & Georgia, containing the usual astronomical calculations, with the time of high water, and a new tide table: to which are annexed also, the Hebrew. Almanac and Year Book of the Reformed Church in America: NY, NY: Reformed Church in America, Board of Publication: , (2), (2), , (2), Box Almanac and Year Book for the Reformed Church in the United States: Philadelphia, PA: Publication and Sunday School Board of the Reformed Church: Box
Very likely the earliest known printing of a directory of any American city or town, the first directory of Charleston was published as the American Revolutionary War was drawing to a close. It appeared in the South Carolina and Georgia Almanack for the Year of Our Lord by John Tobler under the caption The [ ] View Collection Homepage. In the year , the South Carolina Historical Society began publishing a quarterly magazine known as "The South Carolina Historical and Genealogical Magazine," first pulled together and edited by Mr. Alexander Samuel Salley, Jr., who prefered to be known as A.S. Salley, Jr., and who was the Secretary, Treasurer, and Librarian of the SC Historical Society at that time. It appeared in the South Carolina and Georgia Almanack for the Year of Our Lord by John Tobler under the caption The [ ] Charleston Firefighters Rosters, The collection consists of sixteen oversize sheets listing the free men of color who comprised various fire companies in the city of Charleston in the years and African-American history is the part of American history that looks at the history of African Americans or Black Americans in the United States.. Although previously marginalized, African-American history has gained ground in school and university curricula and received wider scholarly attention since the late 20th black history that pre-dates the slave trade is rarely taught in.