sort by
approximate search
1shortlisttitle datasearch history  
results search [or] ISN:0000000081067602 | 1 hits
0000 0000 8106 7602
Author of Evenings in Boston
Blake, J. L.
Blake, John L.
Blake, John Lauris
Evenings in Boston, Author of
Experienced teacher of youth
John Lauris Blake
John Lauris Blake (American minister)
Creation class: 
Language material
Creation role: 
Related names: 
Aspin, Jehoshaphat (18th/19th cent)
Blake, Alexander Vietts (1818-1881)
Comstock, J. L. (1789-1858)
Comstock, John Lee (1789-1858)
Gould, Kendall, and Lincoln
Jacob Bailey Moore Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)
Marcet, Jane Haldimand (1769-1858)
Marcet, Mrs. (1769-1858)
Pelton, Oliver (1798-1882)
Shepherd, William (1768-1847)
Wilson, Samuel F. (1805-1870)
Wilson, Samuel Farmer (1805-1870)
American universal geography, for schools and academies ...
Anecdotes of the American Indians
beauties of American history., The
Biblical reader; or, Interesting extracts from the Sacred Scriptures; with practical observations, and questions for the examination of scholars, for the use of schools generally, and Sunday schools in particular., The
biographical dictionary, A
boys' book of Indian battles and adventures, with anecdotes about them., The
Conversations on chemistry;
Conversations on natural philosophy, in which the elements of that science are familiarly explained, and adapted to the comprehension of young pupils. Illustrated with plates.
discourse on the nature and design of Christian baptism, A : delivered at Pawtucket in North-Providence, R.I. on Sunday, August 4, A.D. 1816
Every day Scripture readings;
family encyclopedia of useful knowledge and general literature, The
farm and the fireside; or, The romance of agriculture; being half hour sketches of life in the country., The
First book in astronomy.
general biographical dictionary, comprising a summary account of the most distinguished persons of all ages, nations and professions. Including more than one thousand articles of American biography., A
geographical, chronological, and historical atlas, A
geography for children., A
high school reader, designed for a first class book., The
historical reader, designed for the use of schools and families, The : on a new plan
history of the American revolution. First published in London under the superintendence of the Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge. Improved with maps and other illustrations., A
Hutton's book of nature laid open revised and improved : prepared expressly for young perons, but will be found interesting for persons of all ages
juvenile companion and fireside reader consisting of historical and biographical anecdotes, and selections in poetry, The
Lessons in modern farming; or, Agriculture for schools; containing scientific exercises for recitation; and elegant extracts from rural literature, for academic or family reading.
Letters to an only daughter, on confirmation: being a manual for the youth of the Protestant Episcopal church.
oration before the Grand Lodge of Free Masons in New Hampshire, pronounced at their annual communication in Concord, June 12, A.L. 5823, An
parlor book..., The
second reader, The
text-book;, A
view of the world, as exhibited in the manners, costumes, & characteristics of all nations, A
wonders of art; containing an account of celebrated ancient ruins; fortifications; public edifices; monuments; and some of the most curious and useful inventions in modern times., The
wonders of the earth; containing an account of its remarkable features and phenomena: to wit, minerals, mountains, caverns, earthquakes, volcanoes, storms, whirlwinds, and other miscellaneous matter., The
wonders of the ocean; containing an account of the color, saltness, and probable depth of the ocean; of its mountains of ice, gulfs, whirlpools, currents, and of its coral and other formations and productions, so far as known, whether animal, mineral, or vegetable., The
young orator, The : consisting of prose, poetry, and dialogues for declamation in schools ; selected from the best authors