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History of Printing in Maryland, 1791-1800 with a Bibliography of Works Printed in the State During the Period by Rachel A. Minick
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Chronology of American Printing, " in the Winter 1936
number of the Colophon, that Maryland's press was even
earlier than Pennsylvania's; and therefore Maryland was
the second state in English speaking America to possess
a permanent press.

Wroth's A History of Printing in Colonial Maryland
traces the spread of printing from St. Mary's City to
Annapolis and later to Baltimore, and gives, in as much
detail as existing records will permit, information re-
garding the state's earliest printers, William and
Dinah Nuthead, William Parks, Jonas and Anna Catharine
Green, Nicholas Hasselbach, William Goddard and others.

Joseph Towne Wheeler's The Maryland Press, 1777-1790

carries on the study of Maryland printing during the

Revolutionary and Constitutional periods with further
accounts of William Goddard, his sister Mary Katherine
Goddard; and his associates, Eleazer Oswald, Edward Lang-
worthy and James Angoll; and his rivals, John Dunlap,
James Hayes, Junior, and John Hayes, of Baltimore; also
of the Greens of Annapolis and Matthias Bartgis of
Frederick.

This study attempts to continue the chronicle of
Maryland printing to the beginning of the nineteenth
century, and like its predecessors to note the persons
actively engaged in the trade in the various towns of
Maryland during this decade, to supply biographical


 

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History of Printing in Maryland, 1791-1800 with a Bibliography of Works Printed in the State During the Period by Rachel A. Minick
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