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09 October 2015

United States. Register

UNITED STATES.

Alabama.

Alaska.

Arizona. Only Tombstone checked - hardly a typographical centre but who can resist such an iconic place-name!

Tombstone. Commercial Job Printing Office. 1881. Printer and publisher. Newspaper: Commercial advertiser. Charter of the City of Tombstone, County of Cachise, Territory of Arizonaby Marcis P Hayne . - Tombstone, Arizona : Commercial Job Printing Office, 1881. Source: WorldCat.

Tombstone. Dunbar, J. O. 1882. Publisher. Newspaper: Tombstone republican. - Tombstone, Ariz. : J.O. Dunbar, 1882-. Source: WorldCat.

Tombstone. Epitaph Printing and Publishing Co. 1882-. Printers and publishers. Tombstone weekly epitaph [Newspaper]. Sources: WorldCat.

Tombstone. Epitaph Publishing Co. 1878? Publisher. Schieffelin, Edward. Story of the discovery of Tombstone. - Tombstone, Ariz., Epitaph Pub. Co. [1878?]. Source: WorldCat.

Tombstone. Fay, A. E. and Co. 1879-. Publisher. Newspaper The weekly nugget . - Tombstone, Pima County, Ariz. : A.E. Fay & Co., 1879-. Source: WorldCat.

Tombstone. Nash, James J. 1882. Printer. The Tombstone [Newspaper]. - Tombstone, Ariz. : James J. Nash, 1882. Source: WorldCat.

Tubac. Wrightson, W. 1859-. Printer. The Weekly Arizonian [Newspaper]. - Tubac, Ariz. : W. Wrightson, 1859-. Sources: WorldCat.

Tucson. Tucson Publising Co. 1869. Publishers. Acts, resolutions and memorials adopted by the fifth Legislative Assembly of the territory of Arizona : session begun on the tenth day of November, and ended on the sixteenth day of December, A.D. 1868, at Tucson. - Tucson : Tucson Pub. Co., 1869. - Sources: WorldCat.

Tucson. Wells, J. Howard. 1860. Publisher. The constitution and schedule of the provisional government of the Territory of Arizona, and the proceedings of the convention held at Tucson. - Tucson : J. Howard Wells, 1860. - Sources: WorldCat.

Arkansas.

California.

San Francisco. Printing recorded 1846.

Colorado.

Connecticut. Printing recorded 1709. (Only periodicals checked ESTC - not completed). Sources: Febvre (1976).

Hartford. Green, Thomas. 1764. Printer. Connecticut courant. Sources: ESTC.

Hartford. Hudson and Goodwin. 1781. Printer. Imprints recorded 1780-1800. Directions for ploughing, harrowing, sowing, pulling, watering, grassing, and full management of white flax, till brought to the hackle. Taken from a treatise on agriculture, entitled The Yorkshire farmer. To which is added, a table of expence and profit of an acre of white flax, were it raised in Ireland according to the English method, 1781. Sources: ESTC.

Hartford. Watson and Goodwin. 1778. Printer. Connecticut Courant. Sources: ESTC.

Hartford. Watson, E. 1774. Printer. Connecticut Courant. Sources: ESTC.

Hartford. Webster, Bavil. 1781-1783. Printer. Freeman's Chronicle 1783. Sources: ESTC.

New Haven. Green, Thomas and Samuel. 1767-1775. Printer. Connecticut journal. Sources: ESTC.

New Haven. Parker, James. 1755. Printer. Connecticut Gazette. Sources: ESTC.

New London. Printing recorded 1709, 1773, 1790. Sources: Cotton (1831) ; Timperley (1842) ; Febvre (1976).

New London. Green, Timothy. 1758-1773. Printer. New-London summary, New-London gazette, Connecticut Gazette. Sources: ESTC.

New London. Green, Timothy. 1781. Printer and bookseller. Printer to the Governor and Company. Sources: ESTC.

Norwich. Robertson, Alexander, James Robertson and John Trumbull. 1773-1777. Printer. Norwich Packet. Sources: ESTC.

Norwich. Trumbull, John. 1777-1785. Printer. Norwich Packet. Sources: ESTC.

Norwich. Trumbull, John. 1777-1785. Printer. Norwich Packet. Sources: ESTC.

Connecticut. (only periodicals - not completed)

Printing recorded 1764. Sources: Cotton (1831) ; Timperley (1842).

Green, Thomas. 1764. Printer. Connecticut courant. Sources: ESTC.

Hartford. Watson and Goodwin. 1778. Printer. Connecticut Courant. Sources: ESTC.

Hartford. Watson, E. 1774. Printer. Connecticut Courant. Sources: ESTC.

Hartford. Webster, Bavil. 1783. Printer. Freeman's Chronicle. Sources: ESTC.

New Haven. Printing recorded 1754. Sources: Cotton (1831) ; Timperley (1842).

New Haven. Green, Thomas and Samuel. 1767-1775. Printer. Connecticut journal. Sources: ESTC.

New Haven. Parker, James. 1755. Printer. Connecticut Gazette. Sources: ESTC.

NEW LONDON. Printing recorded 1709. Sources: Timperley (1842) ; Febvre (1976).

Green, Timothy. 1758-1773. Printer. New-London summary, New-London gazette, Connecticut Gazette. Sources: ESTC.

Printing recorded 1773. Sources: Cotton (1831) ; Timperley (1842).

Robertson, Alexander, James Robertson and John Trumbull. 1773-1777. Printer. Norwich Packet. Sources: ESTC.

Trumbull, John. 1777-1785. Printer. Norwich Packet. Sources: ESTC.

Delaware. Printing recorded 1761. Only periodicals checked ESTC. Sources: Febvre (1976)

Wilmington. Printing recorded 1761. Sources: Cotton (1831) ; Timperley (1842) ; Febvre (1976).

Wilmington. Adams, James. 1781. Printer. Sources: ESTC.

Wilmington. Killen, Jacob A. 1785-1786. Printer. West side of Market-Street. Delaware gazette. Sources: ESTC.

Wilmington. Killen, Jacob A. 1785-1786. Printer. West side of Market-Street. Delaware gazette. Sources: ESTC.

District of Columbia. ESTC not completed.

Georgetown. [s.n.]. 1789. Printer. Sources: Febvre (1976).

GEORGE-TOWN. (Washington).

George-Town. Day, M. and W. Hancock. 1790. Printer. George-town weekly ledger. Sources: ESTC.

George-Town. Fierer, Charles. 1789. Printer. Times and Patowmack packet. Sources: ESTC.

George-Town. Hanson, S. 1793. Printer. Columbian chronicle. Sources: ESTC.

Washington. Cist, Charles [1]. 1738-1805. Sources: Mellot (2004).

Washington. Smith, Samuel Harrison. 1772-1845. Sources: Mellot (2004).

Florida. Printing recorded 1783. Sources: Febvre (1976).

St. Augustine. Wright, Charles. 1783-1784. Printer. East-Florida gazette. Sources: ESTC.

St. Augustine. Wright, Charles. 1783-1784. Printer. East-Florida gazette. Sources: ESTC.

Georgia. Partly checked ESTC.

Echota. Printing recorded 1827. Sources: Cotton (1831) ; Timperley (1842).

New Echota. Wheeler, J. F. 1829. Printer. First printed book in Cherokee. Elias Boudinot and Samuel Austin Worcester, Cherokee Hymns.

New Echota. Boudinot, Elias. 1828. Newspaper publisher. Boudinot published the Cherokee Phoenix as first newspaper of the tribe.

Savannah. Printing recorded 1762. Sources: Febvre (1976).

Savannah. Hammerer, John Daniel. 1779. Printer. Royal Georgia gazette. Sources: ESTC.

Savannah. Johnston, James. 1763-1766. Printers. The Georgia gazette. - Savannah, Ga. : Printed by James Johnston, 1763-1776.

Savannah. Johnston, James. 1763-1788. Printer. Georgia gazette, Royal Georgia Gazette, Gazette of the state of Georgia. Born 1738, died 1808. Sources: ESTC.

Savannah. Lancaster, William. 1777. Printer. Georgia constitutional gazette. Sources: ESTC.

HAWAII. Sandwich Islands. Printing recorded 1821. Sources: Timperley (1842).

Hononooro. Oahu island. Printing recorded 1821. Sources: Timperley (1842).

Maui. Printing recorded 1836.

Oahu. Paiia i ka mea pai palapala a ka poe misionari. 1823. Publisher. First printed book in Hawaiian. Na himeni Hawaii, he me ori ia Iehova, ke Akua mau, prepared by William Ellis and Hiram Bingham.

OTAHEITI. Island.

Idaho.

ILLINOIS.

Nauvoo. Law, William. 1844. Publisher. Published Nauvoo expositor newspaper 1844. Sources: Worldcat.

Indiana.

IOWA.

KANSAS.

KENTUCKY. Only periodicals checked.

Frankfort. Bradford, Benjamin J. 1795. Printer. The Kentucky journal. - Frankfort [Ky.] : Benjamin J. Bradford , 1795

Frankfort. Bradford, John and Son. 1798. Printers. The guardian of freedom. - Frankfort, Ky. : John Bradford & Son , 1798.

Frankfort. Hunter and Beaumont. 1798. Printers. The Palladium. - Frankfort [Ky.] : Hunter and Beaumont, 1798-. The mirror. Washington, K. [i.e., Ky.] : Hunter & Beaumont , 1798

Lexington. Printing recorded 1786. Sources: Cotton (1831) ; Timperley (1842) ; Febvre (1976).

Lexington. Bradford, John and Fielding. 1787-1788. Printer. The Kentucky gazette Lexington [Ky.] : John and Fielding Bradford , 1787-1788; John Bradford, 1788-1789.

Lexington. Bradford, John. 1788-1789. Printer. The Kentucky gazette Lexington [Ky.] : John and Fielding Bradford , 1787-1788; John Bradford, 1788-1789.

Louisville. Noble, J. C. 1845. Printer. John B. Jeglís Louisville, New-Albany, Jeffersonville, Shippingport and Portland directory for 1845-1846. Sources: Worldcat.

LOUISIANA.

New Orleans. [s.n.]. 1764. Printer. Sources: Febvre (1976).

New Orleans. Printing recorded 1803. Sources: Cotton (1831) ; Timperley (1842).

St. Louis. Printing recorded 1810. Sources: Cotton (1831) ; Timperley (1842).

MAINE.

Portland (Falmouth). [s.n.]. 1785. Printer. Sources: Febvre (1976).

MARYLAND.

Annapolis. Printing recorded 1726. Sources: Timperley (1842).

Annapolis. Green, Jonas [1]. 1712-1767. Sources: Mellot (2004).

Annapolis. Parks, William. 1698?-1750. Sources: Mellot (2004).

Baltimore. Printing recorded 1770. Sources: Timperley (1842).

Baltimore. Dornin, Bernard. 1763?-1837. Sources: Mellot (2004).

Baltimore. Goddard, M. K. 1781. Printerat the Post Office in Market Street.

Baltimore. Reidenauer. 1781. BooksellerGerman bookseller.

Friedrichstadt. Bartgis, Matthias. 1779-1795. Printer. German printer. Sources: ESTC.

Friedrichstadt. Bartgis, Matthias. 1781. Printer. German printer. Sources: ESTC.

Saint Mary City. Nuthead, William. 1685. Printer. Sources: Febvre (1976).

MASSACHUSETTS. Printing recorded 1638.

Andover. Printing recorded 1818. Sources: Timperley (1842).

Attleburgh. Printing recorded 1776. Sources: Cotton (1831) ; Timperley (1842).

Augusta. Printing recorded 1810. Sources: Cotton (1831) ; Timperley (1842).

Boston. Printing recorded 1675. Sources: Timperley (1842).

Boston. Edes, Benjamin and sons. 1781. Printers. Commonwealth of Massachusetts. In the year of our Lord, one thousand seven hundred and eighty-one. An act to supply the treasury with the sum of four hundred thousand pounds money. Sources: Staatsbibliothek zu Berlin ; ESTC.

Boston. Foster, John. 1674. Printer. Sources: Febvre (1976).

Boston. Green, Jonas [1]. 1712-1767. Sources: Mellot (2004).

Boston. Imprimeur des Etats-Unis d’Amérique. 17--/17. Fictitious printer. Sources: Mellot (2004).

Boston. Rivington, James. 1724-1802. Sources: Mellot (2004).

Boston. Russell, Ezekial. 1781. Printer and bookseller. Next the stump of Liberty-Tree. Also, a number of new songs. Sources: ESTC.

Boston. Willis, N. 1781. Printer and bookseller. Sources: ESTC.

Brookfield. Printing recorded 1794. Sources: Cotton (1831) ; Timperley (1842).

Cambridge. Printing recorded 1639. Sources: Timperley (1842).

Cambridge. Day, Stephen. 1640. Printer. First printed book in English, first in North America. The Whole Booke of Psalmes Faithfully Translated into English Metre [Bay Psalm book]. Sources: Febvre (1976).

Cambridge. Green, Samuel [1]. 1649-1702. Sources: Mellot (2004).

Cambridge. Green, Samuel. 1649-. Printer. 1658: First printed book in Wampanoag. John Eliot, May, waj woh nashpe nutayi mun wahshâe wunauchemookae moeuweekomunk, ut oowesuonganit Jesus Christ .

Cambridge. Johnson, Marmaduke. 1666-1674. The Indian grammar begun: or, An essay to bring the Indian language into rules, for the help of such as desire to learn the same, for the furtherance of the Gospel among them (1666). Sources: Mellot (2004).

Charleston. Printing recorded 1785. Sources: Cotton (1831) ; Timperley (1842).

Charlestown. Printing recorded 1730. Sources: Timperley (1842).

Danvers, Mass. Russell, Ezekiel. 1781. Bookseller. next the Bell-Tavern, in Danvers. Sources: ESTC.

Danvers. Printing recorded 1776. Sources: Cotton (1831) ; Timperley (1842).

Dedham. Printing recorded 1816. Sources: Cotton (1831) ; Timperley (1842).

Haverhill. Printing recorded 1782. Sources: Cotton (1831) ; Timperley (1842).

Lancaster. Printing recorded 1751. Sources: Cotton (1831) ; Timperley (1842).

Newberry Port. Printing recorded 1773. Sources: Cotton (1831) ; Timperley (1842).

Plymouth. Printing recorded 1825. Sources: Cotton (1831) ; Timperley (1842).

Salem [Mass.] . Printed by Samuel Hall, near the Court-House. 1781. A charge, delivered at St. Peter's Church, in Salem to the brethren of the Essex Lodge of Ancient, Free, and Accepted Masons, upon the anniversary of St. John the Evangelist, December 27, 5781. By Brother Joseph Hiller. Sources: Staatsbibliothek zu Berlin.

Salem. Printing recorded 1768. Sources: Cotton (1831) ; Timperley (1842).

Worcester. Printing recorded 1775. Sources: Cotton (1831) ; Timperley (1842).

MICHIGAN.

Detroit. [s.n.]. 1796. Printer. Sources: unverified.

Detroit. Printing recorded 1810. Sources: Cotton (1831) ; Timperley (1842).

Minnesota.

Mississippi.

Natchez. Printing recorded 1810. Sources: Cotton (1831) ; Timperley (1842).

Natchez. Marschalk, Andrew. 1806. Printer. Sources: Worldcat.

Natchez. Stokes, Benjamin M. 1800. Printer. Sources: Worldcat.

Missouri.

Saint Louis. Charless, Joseph. 1810-1818. Printer. Printer to the Territory, 1810. Printed Missouri gazette, 1814-1818. Sources: Worldcat.

Saint Louis. Henry and Maury. 1818. Printers. Printed St. Louis enquirer newspaper. Sources: Worldcat.

Montana.

Haskell, Harry. 1865? Printer. Moved from Omaha some time after 1862 where he "remained four years, printing the first paper ever established in that territory" (Daily bee, Omaha, 17 June 1882).

Wilmington. Printing recorded 1763. Sources: Cotton (1831) ; Timperley (1842).

Nebraska.

Omaha. Haskell, Harry. 1862-1882 Printer. Came to Omaha in 1862, then moved to Montana where he "remained four years, printing the first paper ever established in that territory" (Daily bee, Omaha, 17 June 1882). Celebrated his 39th birthday in 1882 when he was "the proprietor of a nice and comfortable home on North Eighteenth Street and one of the solid citizens of North Omaha."

Nevada.

NEW HAMPSHIRE.

Exeter. Printing recorded 1774. Sources: Cotton (1831) ; Timperley (1842).

Exeter. Odiorne, T. 1762. Printer, bookseller. Partner with J.Lamson 1762.

Hanover. Printing recorded 1778. Sources: Cotton (1831) ; Timperley (1842).

Hanover. Padock, Judah and Spooner, Alden. 1778. Printers. Items published in Dresden, Vermont. Sources: Febvre (1976) ; Worldcat.

Hanover. Spooner, Alden. 1778-1779. Printers. Partner with Judah Padock 1778. Items published in Dresden, Vermont. Printer to the state of Vermont 1779. Sources: Febvre (1976) ; Worldcat.

Northampton. Printing recorded 1803. Sources: Cotton (1831) ; Timperley (1842).

Portsmouth. [s.n.]. 1756. Printer. Sources: Febvre (1976).

Walpole. Printing recorded 1793. Sources: Cotton (1831) ; Timperley (1842).

NEW JERSEY.

Burlington. Printing recorded 1770. Sources: Cotton (1831) ; Timperley (1842).

Newark. Printing recorded 1776/1795. Sources: Cotton (1831) ; Timperley (1842).

Perth Amboy. [s.n.]. 1723. Printer. Sources: Febvre (1976).

Trenton. Collins, Isaac. 1781. Printer. Printer to the state. Sources: ESTC.

Woodbridge. Printing recorded 1751. Sources: Cotton (1831) ; Timperley (1842).

New Mexico.

NEW YORK.

Albany. Robertson, A. and J. 1770. Printers. Brothers. Previously at New York. Sources: Cotton (1831), 7.

Albany. Printing recorded 1770. Sources: Cotton (1831) ; Timperley (1842).

Auburn. Printing recorded 1825/6. Sources: Cotton (1831) ; Timperley (1842).

Fishkill. Printing recorded 1776. Sources: Cotton (1831) ; Timperley (1842).

Fishkill. Loudon, Samuel. 1781. Printer. Sources: ESTC.

New York. Printing recorded 1693. Sources: Timperley (1842).

New York. Bradford, William [1]. 1663-1752. Sources: Mellot (2004).

New York. Bradford, William. 1693. Printer.

New York. Cobbett, William. 1763-1835. Sources: Mellot (2004).

New York. Dornin, Bernard. 1763?-1837. Sources: Mellot (2004).

New York. Gaine, H. 1781. Printer and bookseller. Bible and Crown, Hanover Square. Sources: ESTC.

New York. Hopkins, George Follet. 17--/1s.. iniprimeur-Bookseller. Sources: Mellot (2004).

New York. Reid, John. 17--/1S--. Bookseller-relieur. Sources: Mellot (2004).

New York. Rivington, James. 1781. Printer. Born: 1724. Died: 1802. Printer to the King. Sources: ESTC ; Mellot (2004).

New York. Robertson, A. 1781. Printer. 2, Queen Street. Sources: ESTC.

Poughkeepsie. Printing recorded 1807. Sources: Cotton (1831) ; Timperley (1842).

Poughkeepsie. Holt, John. 1781. Printer. Printer to the State of New York. Sources: ESTC.

Portsmouth. Printing recorded 1756. Sources: Cotton (1831) ; Timperley (1842).

Chatham, N.J. Kollock, Shepard. 1781. Printer. Sources: ESTC.

NORTH CAROLINA.

Edenton. Archibald, Robert. 1800. Publisher. Printed by Joseph Beasley, for Robert Archibald. The Post-Angel, or Universal entertainment, 1800. Sources: ESTC.

Edenton. Beasley, Joseph. 1800-1801. Printer. Printed by Joseph Beasley, for Robert Archibald. The Post-Angel, or Universal entertainment, 1800. The Edenton gazette, 1800-1801. Sources: ESTC.

Edenton. Murphy, Maurice. 1787-1788. Publisher. The North-Carolina gazette; or the Edenton intelligencer, 1787. The Edenton inteligencer [sic]. Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 25 (Apr. 9, 1788). Sources: ESTC.

Edenton. Wills, James. 1799-1800. Printer. The herald of freedom, 1799-1800. The Encyclopedian instructor, and farmer’s gazette, 1800. Sources: ESTC.

Fayetteville. Connoly, Thomas and Co. 1795. Printers. The North-Carolina centinel and Fayetteville gazette, 1795. Sources: ESTC.

Fayetteville. Hodge and Boylan. 1796-1799. Printers. The North-Carolina Minerva, and Fayetteville advertiser, 1796-1799, continued in Raleigh from May 1799. Sources: ESTC.

Fayetteville. Martin, Alexander. 1792-1793. Printer. Printed by Alexander Martin for John Sibley, Fayetteville gazette, 1792-1793, later printer: Lancelot A. Mullin, 1793-1794. Sources: ESTC.

Fayetteville. Mullin, Lancelot A. 1793-1794. Printer. Fayetteville gazette, 1793-1794. Sources: ESTC.

Fayetteville. Roulstone, George. 1790-1791. Printers. The North-Carolina chronicle; or, Fayetteville gazette, 1790-1791. Sources: ESTC.

Fayetteville. Sibley and Howard. 1789. Printers. Fayetteville gazette, 1789. The North-Carolina chronicle; or, Fayetteville gazette, 1791. Sources: ESTC.

Fayetteville. Sibley, John. 1792-1794. Publisher. Printed by Alexander Martin for John Sibley, Fayetteville gazette, 1792-1793, later printer: Lancelot A. Mullin, 1793-1794. Sources: ESTC.

Halifax. Batchelor, Wright W. 1806-1810. Printer. Died: 1812. The North-Carolina journal. Sources: ESTC.

Halifax. Henderson, Thomas junior. 1806. Printer. The North-Carolina journal. Sources: ESTC.

Halifax. Hodge and Wills. 1792-1793. Printers. The North-Carolina journal. Later printers: Abraham Hodge, 1794-1805 ; Thomas Henderson Jr., for the heirs of Abraham Hodge, 1806 ; William W. Seaton, 1807 ; Wright W. Batchelor, 1808-1810. Halifax. Hodge, Abraham, heirs. 1806. Publishers. The North-Carolina journal. Sources: ESTC.

Halifax. Hodge, Abraham. 1794-1805. Printer. Born: 1755. Died: 1805. The North-Carolina journal. Sources: ESTC.

Halifax. Seaton, William Winston. 1807. Printer. Born: 1785. Died: 1866. The North-Carolina journal. Sources: ESTC.

Hillsborough. Ferguson, Robert. 1785-1786. Printer. The North-Carolina gazette, 1785-1786. Sources: ESTC.

NEWBERN. Printing recorded 1749, 1754. Sources: Cotton (1831) ; Timperley (1842) ; Febvre (1976).

Newbern. Blanchard, Andrew. 1787. Printer. Born: 1728. Died: 1787. The State gazette of North-Carolina, 1787. Sources: ESTC.

Newbern. Davis, James. 1751-1759. Printer. Born: 1721. Died 1785. The North-Carolina gazette, 1751-1759. Printed by James Davis, by whom all persons may be supplied with this magazine, at 4d a number. The North-Carolina magazine; or, Universal intelligencer, 1764-1768? The North-Carolina gazette, 1768-1778. Sources: ESTC.

Newbern. Hodge and Blanchard. 1787. Printers. The State gazette of North-Carolina, 1787. Sources: ESTC.

Newbern. Hodge and Wills. 1788-1793. Printers. The State gazette of North-Carolina, 1788-1793. Sources: ESTC.

Newbern. Hodge, Andrew. 1787. Printer. Born: 1755. Died: 1805. The State gazette of North-Carolina, 1787. Sources: ESTC.

Newbern. Keith, R. and Co. 1783-1784. Publishers. Printed for R. Keith & Co. The North Carolina gazette, or Impartial intelligencer, and weekly general advertiser, 1783-1784. Sources: ESTC.

Newbern. Martin, François-Xavier. 1786-1798. Printer. Born: 1762. Died: 1846. Martin’s North-Carolina gazette, 1786-1789. The North-Carolina gazette, 1789-1798. Sources: ESTC.

Newbern. Osborne, John Churchill and Co. 1798. Printers. Born: 1766. Died: 1819. The Newbern gazette. Sources: ESTC.

Newbern. Pasteur, John S. 1800-1803. Printer. Born: 1756? Died: 1809. The Newbern gazette, 1800. The Newbern gazette. And political and miscellaneous register, 1800-1803? Sources: ESTC.

Newbern. Wills, Henry. 1793-1797. Printer. Born: 1764. Died: 1827. The State gazette of North-Carolina, 1793-1797. Sources: ESTC.

Newbern. Wills, James. 1797-1799. Printer. Died: 1826. The State gazette of North-Carolina, 1797-1799. Sources: ESTC.

Raleigh. Boylan, William. 1800-1803.Publisher. Born: 1777. Died: 1861. The North-Carolina Minerva, and Raleigh advertiser, 1800-1803. Sources: ESTC.

Raleigh. Gales and Seaton. 1809-1811. Printers. Raleigh register, and North-Carolina State gazette, 1809-1811. Sources: ESTC.

Raleigh. Gales, Joseph. 1800-1809. Printer. Born: 1761. Died: 1841. Raleigh register, and North-Carolina State gazette, 1800-1809. Sources: ESTC.

Raleigh. Hodge and Boylan. 1799-1803. Publishers. The North-Carolina Minerva, and Raleigh advertiser, 1799-1800. The North-Carolina Minerva, 1800-1803. Sources: ESTC.

Raleigh. Hodge, Abraham. 1800-1803.Publisher. Born: 1755. Died: 1805. The North-Carolina Minerva, and Raleigh advertiser, 1800-1803. Sources: ESTC.

Salisbury. Coupée, Francis. 1801. Printer. Sources: Worldcat.

Savannah. Printing recorded 1762. Sources: Cotton (1831) ; Timperley (1842).

Wilmington. Bellew, John. 1796. Printer. The Wilmington chronicle: and North-Carolina weekly advertiser, 1796. Sources: ESTC.

Wilmington. Bowen and Howard. 1788-1789. Printers. The Wilmington centinel, and general advertiser, 1788-1789. Sources: ESTC.

Wilmington. Boyd, A. 1769-1775. Printer. The Cape-Fear Mercury, 1769-1775. Sources: ESTC.

Wilmington. Carey, James. 1795. Printer. Died: 1801. The Wilmington chronicle: and North-Carolina weekly advertiser, 1796. Sources: ESTC.

Wilmington. Clark, Samuel W. 1804. Publisher. Born: 1779? Died: 1832. The Wilmington gazette, 1799-1808. Sources: ESTC.

Wilmington. Hall, Allmand and Clark, S. W. 1804. Publishers. The Wilmington gazette, 1799-1804. Sources: ESTC.

Wilmington. Hall, Allmand. 1797-1808. Printer. Died: 1811. Hall's Wilmington gazette, 1797-1798. The Wilmington gazette, 1799-1808. Sources: ESTC.

Wilmington. Hassell and Magrath. 1810. Publisher. The Wilmington gazette, 1810. Sources: ESTC.

Wilmington. Hassell, William Soranzo. 1808-1812. Publisher. Born: 1780. Died: 1815. The Wilmington gazette, 1808-1812. Sources: ESTC.

Wilmington. Steuart, Andrew. 1765-1766. Printer. Died: 1769. The North-Carolina gazette, 1765-1766. Sources: ESTC.

NORTH DAKOTA.

OHIO.

Chillicothe. Printing recorded 1795. Sources: Cotton (1831) ; Timperley (1842).

Chillicothe. Winship and Willias. 1800-. Printers. The Scioto gazette and Chillicothe advertiser. Sources: ESTC.

Cincinatti. Printing recorded 1793, 1795. Sources: Cotton (1831) ; Timperley (1842) ; Febvre (1976).

Cincinatti. Maxwell. William. 1795. Printer. At the corner of Third and Sycamore Streets, 1795. The centinel of the North-western Territory, 1795. Sources: ESTC.

Cincinatti. Freeman, S. and Son. 1800-. Printer. Freeman’s journal. Sources: ESTC.

Cincinatti. Carptnter, J. 1799-1805. Printer. The Western spy, and Hamilton gazette. Sources: ESTC.

Marietta. Printing recorded 1798. Sources: Timperley (1842).

New Lexington. Printing recorded 1815. Sources: Cotton (1831) ; Timperley (1842).

Shawnee-town. Printing recorded 1828. Sources: Cotton (1831) ; Timperley (1842).

Oklahoma.

St. Paul. Foisey, Medare G. 1845. A Canadian tramp printer, he was the first printer in Oregon after the missionaries. He who came to Oregon in 1844 and set up the book of Matthew as translated into the Nez Percé language by the Presbyterian missionaries. He afterward went to California, where he worked at Monterey in the office of 'The Californian' in the English and Spanish languages, merged later into the 'Alta Californiá.

Oregon.

Lapwai Mission. Hall, E. O. 1839. PrinterIn the summer of 1839 the Lapwai mission received a visit from the printer of the Honolulu mission, E. O. Hall, who brought as a present from the first native church of Honolulu a small printing-press and some type. He remained long enough to teach the printer’s art to Spalding and Rogers. The press and type are preserved in the state-house at Salem. 

Lapwai Mission. Spalding and Rogers. 1840. Printers E. O. Hall from Honolulu taught printing to Spalding and Rogers, and on his press were printed primers in the native language for the use of the pupils, a collection of hymns, and some chapters from St Matthew. On this press, the first north of California, was also printed in 1848 the first periodical, not a newspaper, published in the Willamette Valley, the Oregon American and Evangelical Unionist, edited by J. S. Griffin. It was a sectarian and rabidly anti-Catholic journal.

Pennsylvania.

Ephrata. Printing recorded 1760. Sources: Cotton (1831) ; Timperley (1842).

Germantown. Printing recorded 1735. Sources: Timperley (1842).

Germantown. Fuchs, J. 1781. BooksellerGerman bookseller. Sources: ESTC.

Germantown. Sauer, Christoph. 1735. Printer. Christoph Sauer (1695-September 25, 1758) was the first German-language printer and publisher in North America. Sources: Wikipedia.

Germantown. Sauer, Christopher the elder. 1735. Printer. Sources: Clair, chronology.

Lancaster. Sources: Mellot (2004).

Lancaster. Dunlap John. 1777-1783. Printer. Imprint: The Pennsylvania packet, or, The general advertiser. Sources: ESTC.

Lebanon. Schnebely, Casper. 1781. Bookseller. German bookseller. Sources: ESTC.

Philadelphia (St. Petersburg). Logon, Johann Zacharias. 1781|. Seddag. Brüderliche Vermahnungen an einige Brüder Freymäurer von dem Bruder Seddag. Sources: ESTC.

Philadelphia. Printing recorded 1686. Sources: Timperley (1842).

Philadelphia. Aitken, Robert. 1781. Printer and bookseller. Pope's Head, three doors above the Coffee House, in Market Street ; opposite the coffee-house, Front-Street. Sources: ESTC.

Philadelphia. Aitken, Robert. 1781. Printer. Pope's Head, three doors above the Coffee House, in Market Street.

Philadelphia. Bache, Benjamin Franklin. 1769-1798. Sources: Mellot (2004).

Philadelphia. Bailey, Francis. 1781. Printer. Market Street. Born: 1735?. Died: 1815. n Market-Street, between Third and Fourth-Streets The Freeman's journal: or, The North-American intelligencer, Philadelphia, 1781-1792. Sources: ESTC ; Mellot (2004).

Philadelphia. Bell, Robert. 1732?-1784. Sources: Mellot (2004).

Philadelphia. Bradford, Andrew. 1686?-1742. Sources: Mellot (2004).

Philadelphia. Bradford, William [1]. 1685-1752. Printer. Born: 1663. Died: 1752. Introduced rinting to Philadelphia 1658. Sources: Mellot (2004) ; Febvre (1976).

Philadelphia. Byrne, Patrick. 17--/18--. . Bookseller. Sources: Mellot (2004).

Philadelphia. Campbell, Robert. 17--/1s.. . Bookseller. Sources: Mellot (2004).

Philadelphia. Carey, Mathew. 1760-1839. Sources: Mellot (2004).

Philadelphia. Carey, Stewart and company. Sources: Mellot (2004).

Philadelphia. Cist, Charles [1]. 1738-1805. Sources: Mellot (2004).

Philadelphia. Claypoole, David C. 1781. Printer. Sources: ESTC.

Philadelphia. Cobbett, William. 1763-1835. Sources: Mellot (2004).

Philadelphia. Crukshank, Joseph. . 1781. Printer and bookseller. Market-Street, between Second and Third Streets. Sources: ESTC.

Philadelphia. Dickins, Asbury. 17--/18--. Bookseller. Sources: Mellot (2004).

Philadelphia. Dobson, Thomas. 17--/18--. Printer and bookseller. Sources: Mellot (2004).

Philadelphia. Dornin, Bernard. 1763?-1837. Sources: Mellot (2004).

Philadelphia. Dunlap, John. 1781. Printer. Sources: ESTC.

Philadelphia. Green, Jonas [1]. 1712-1767. Sources: Mellot (2004).

Philadelphia. Hall and Sellers,. 1781. Printers. Sources: ESTC.

Philadelphia. Kline, George. 1781. Printer. Market Street. Philadelphia. Kline, George. 1781. Printer. Market Street.

Philadelphia. Maxwell, Hugh. 17--/1S.. . Printer and bookseller. Sources: Mellot (2004).

Philadelphia. Poulson, Zachariah [1]. 1737-1804. Sources: Mellot (2004).

Philadelphia. Poulson, Zachariah [2]. 1761-1844. Sources: Mellot (2004).

Philadelphia. Rice, H.. 17--/1S... Bookseller. Sources: Mellot (2004).

Philadelphia. Rice, P.. 17--/18--. . Bookseller. Sources: Mellot (2004).

Philadelphia. Rivington, James. 1724-1802. Sources: Mellot (2004).

Philadelphia. Roberdson, W.. 17--. Printer. Sources: Mellot (2004).

Philadelphia. Senger, Casper. 1781. BooksellerGerman bookseller. Sources: ESTC.

Philadelphia. Senger, Casper. 1781. BooksellerGerman bookseller.

Philadelphia. Smith, Samuel Harrison. 1772-1845. Sources: Mellot (2004).

Philadelphia. Steiner, Melchior. 1781. Printer. A Collection of psalms and hymns. Published by John Wesley, M.A. Fellow of Lincol

Philadelphia. Towne, Benjamin. 1775-1781. Printer. Imprint: The Pennsylvania evening post, Philadelphia, 1775-1781. Sources: ESTC.

Reading. Wittman, A. 1781. BooksellerGerman bookseller. Sources: ESTC.

Rhode Island. Printing recorded 1727. Sources: Febvre (1976).

Providence. Printing recorded 1762. Sources: Cotton (1831) ; Timperley (1842).

Providence. Carter, John. 1781. Bookseller. Sources: ESTC.

South Carolina.

Charleston. Wells, John. 1781. Printer. Sources: ESTC.

Charleston. Webb, George. 1731. Printer. Sources: Clair, chronology.

Charlestown. Wells, R. and Son. 1781. Printer. sold at their stationary, musick & book store. Sources: ESTC.

South Dakota. Unchecked.

Columbia. Printing recorded 1826. Sources: Cotton (1831) ; Timperley (1842).

La Havre. Printing recorded 1826. Sources: Cotton (1831) ; Timperley (1842).

Tennessee. Unchecked.

Knoxville. Printing recorded 1793. Sources: Cotton (1831) ; Timperley (1842).

Rogersville (Hawkins Court House, Tennesee). [s.n.]. 1791. Printer. Sources: Febvre (1976).

Knoxville. Printing recorded 1793. Sources: Cotton (1831) ; Timperley (1842).

Texas. Unchecked.

Galveston Island. Bangs, Samuel. 1817. Born: c. 1798. Died: 1854. The first printer in Texas. Printed Manifesto on portable press.

Utah. Unchecked.

Salt Lake City. Utah Lighthouse Mission. 1842. Publisher. Sources: Worldcat.

VERMONT.

Bennington. Haswell and Russell. 1783-1784. Printers. Printers for the State of Vermont. Sources: Worldcat.

Dresden. Padock, Judah and Spooner, Alden. 1778. Printers. Items actually printed in Hanover New Hampshire. Sources: Febvre (1976) ; Worldcat.

Westminster. Printing recorded 1778. Sources: Cotton (1831) ; Timperley (1842).

Westminster. Green, T. 1781. Printer. Sources: Worldcat.

Westminster. Spooner, Judah P. 1781-1782. Printer. Sources: Worldcat.

Windsor. Printing recorded 1783. Sources: Cotton (1831) ; Timperley (1842).

Windsor. Hough and Spooner. 1783-1785. Printers. Printers to the State of Vermont. Sources: Worldcat.

VIRGINIA.

Fredericksburg. Printing recorded 1787. Sources: Cotton (1831) ; Timperley (1842).

Jamestown. Nuthead, William. 1682. Printer. Sources: Febvre (1976).

Lancaster. Bartgis, Michael. 1781. BooksellerQueen Street, near the Court House. German bookseller. Sources: ESTC.

Lexington. Printing recorded 1815. Sources: Cotton (1831) ; Timperley (1842).

Lynchburg. Printing recorded 1810. Sources: Cotton (1831) ; Timperley (1842).

WILLIAMSBURG.

Printing recorded 1682. Sources: Timperley (1842).

Williamsburg. Parks, William. 1698?-1750. Sources: Mellot (2004).

Williamsburg. Parks, William. 1730. Printer. Sources: Clair, chronology.

Yorktown. Steg, Georg. 1781. BooksellerGerman bookseller. Sources: ESTC.

Washington. Unchecked.

West Virginia. Unchecked.

Shepherdstown (West Virginia). [s.n.]. 1790. Printer. Sources: Febvre (1976).

Wisconsin.

Hudson [Wis.] : Printed and sold by A. Stoddard ..., 1805.

Wyoming.


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