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The American Spelling Book: Containing The Rudiments Of The English Language, For The Use Of Schools In The United States
Sterotyped by the publisher., 1836
Language Arts & Disciplines; Spelling; Language Arts & Disciplines / Spelling; Spellers
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Noah Webster was born in West Hartford, Connecticut in 1758. He came of age during the American Revolution and was instrumental in developing education in early America. He wrote and published the first truly American dictionary.
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