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    7Book, Whole Reference 1 of 18
    Book Title
    Thoughts on government: applicable to the present state of the American colonies. : In a letter from a gentleman to his friend
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    1776, no. 14640., Philadelphia, printed. Boston: re-printed by John Gill, in Queen-Street, Boston
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    8Book, Whole Reference 2 of 18
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    Thoughts on government: applicable to the present state of the American colonies. : In a letter from a gentleman to his friend
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    1776, no. 14639., Printed by John Dunlap, Philadelphia
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    3Journal Article Reference 3 of 18
    Title
    New England's Tom Paine: John Allen and the Spirit of Liberty
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    The William and Mary Quarterly, 1964, 21, 4, 561-570, Omohundro Institute of Early American History and Culture
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    14Journal Article Reference 4 of 18
    Title
    William Parks, Colonial Printer, to Dr. Charles Carroll
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    The Virginia Magazine of History and Biography, 1978, 86, 4, 408-412, Virginia Historical Society
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    29Journal Article Reference 5 of 18
    Title
    Southern Writing of the Revolutionary Period c. 1760-1790
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    Early American Literature, 1977, 12, 2, 107-120, University of North Carolina Press
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    5Journal Article Reference 6 of 18
    Title
    INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AND ECONOMIC CHANGE: THE IMPACT OF THE PRINTING PRESS
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    The Quarterly Journal of Economics, 2011, 126, 3, 1133-1172, Oxford University Press
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    20Journal Article Reference 7 of 18
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    The Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography, 1955, 79, 4, 523-524, The Historical Society of Pennsylvania
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    16Journal Article Reference 8 of 18
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    Title
    The Emergence of the American Colonial Press
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    Pennsylvania Legacies, 2006, 6, 1, 11-15, The Historical Society of Pennsylvania
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    6Journal Article Reference 9 of 18
    Title
    Our Earliest Printing-Press
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    Art & Life, 1919, 11, 3, 147-150
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    12Journal Article Reference 10 of 18
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    Our Earliest Printing-Press
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    Art & Life, 1919, 11, 3, 147-150
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    22Journal Article Reference 11 of 18
    Title
    William Lloyd Garrison's Liberator and Boston's Blacks, 1830-1865
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    The New England Quarterly, 1971, 44, 2, 259-277, The New England Quarterly, Inc.
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    10Journal Article Reference 12 of 18
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    Title
    Private Libraries in Colonial America
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    The Journal of Library History (1974-1987), 1974, 9, 1, 31-53, University of Texas Press
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    19Journal Article Reference 13 of 18
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    The Journal of Negro History, 1967, 52, 2, 163-164, Association for the Study of African American Life and History, Inc.
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    24Journal Article Reference 14 of 18
    Title
    Art on the Political Front in America: From The Liberator to Art Front
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    Art Journal, 1993, 52, 1, Political Journals and Art, 1910-40, 72-81, College Art Association
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    25Journal Article Reference 15 of 18
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    A repeal of the stamp duty on newspapers
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    21Journal Article Reference 16 of 18
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    Journal of the Early Republic, 1995, 15, 4, 706-707, University of Pennsylvania Press on behalf of the Society for Historians of the Early American Republic
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    23Journal Article Reference 17 of 18
    Title
    "Truth Stronger and Stranger than Fiction": Reexamining William Lloyd Garrison's "Liberator"
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    American Literature, 2001, 73, 4, 727-755, Duke University Press
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    26Journal Article Reference 18 of 18
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    Whether has the steam engine as applied to locomotion by land and water, or the printing press, conferred the greatest amount of benefit upon mankind?: being the prize essay of the Northern Association of Mechanics' Institutes for the year 1858
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