Noah Webster
Title Noah Webster PDF eBook
Author Pegi Deitz Shea
Publisher Astra Publishing House
Pages 42
Release 2020-11-03
Genre Juvenile Nonfiction
ISBN 1635924952

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This picture book celebrates one of the most important patriots in post-Revolutionary times -- Noah Webster. Most readers know Noah Webster for his dictionary masterpieces and his promotion of a living "American Language" that embraces words and idioms from all its immigrant peoples. But he was also the driving force behind universal education for all citizens, including slaves, females, and adult learners. Speaker of twenty languages, he developed the new country's curriculum, writing and publishing American literature, American history, and American geography. He published New York City's first daily newspaper. As editor, Webster conducted a study and linked disease with poor sanitation. He created the country's first insurance company, established America's first copyright law, and became America's first best-selling author.



Noah Webster
Title Noah Webster PDF eBook
Author Catherine Reef
Publisher Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
Pages 229
Release 2015
Genre Juvenile Nonfiction
ISBN 0544129830

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An upper-middle-grade biography on Noah Webster, a controversial political activist, the primary shaper of the American language, and author of the famous dictionary that bears his name. Illustrated with archival images.



Noah Webster
Title Noah Webster PDF eBook
Author Harlow Giles Unger
Publisher Turner Publishing Company
Pages 406
Release 2000-03-01
Genre Biography & Autobiography
ISBN 162045937X

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"Noah Webster was a truly remarkable man, shrewd, passionate, learned and energetic, God-fearing and patriotic. Mr. Unger has done a fine job reintroducing him to a new generation of Americans." --Washington Times Noah Webster The Life and Times of an American Patriot "More than a lexicographer, Webster was a teacher, philosopher, author, essayist, orator, political leader, public official, and crusading editor. Webster's life thrust him into every major event of the early history of our nation, from the Revolutionary War to the War of 1812. He touched the lives of the most renowned Americans --and the most obscure. He earned the love and friendship of many, the hatred of some, but the respect of all. Noah Webster helped create far more than an American dictionary; he helped create an American nation." --from the Prologue In the first major biography of Noah Webster in over sixty years, author Harlow Unger creates an intriguing portrait of the United States as an energetic and confident young country, even when independence was fragile and the future unclear. Harlow Unger brilliantly restores Webster's monumental legacy as a teacher,legislator, philosopher, lawyer, editor, and one of history's most profoundly influential lexicographers. Breathtaking adventure--from the American Revolution to the War of 1812--and masterful scholarship converge in this riveting chronicle of a singularly American intellect.



Noah Webster's Fighting Words
Title Noah Webster's Fighting Words PDF eBook
Author Tracy Nelson Maurer
Publisher Millbrook Press ™
Pages 40
Release 2017-04-01
Genre Juvenile Nonfiction
ISBN 1512438693

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Noah Webster, famous for writing the first dictionary of the English language as spoken in the United States, was known in his day for his bold ideas and strong opinions about, well, everything. Spelling, politics, laws, you name it—he had something to say about it. He even commented on his own opinions! With a red pencil in hand, Noah often marked up work that he had already published. So who edited this book? It certainly looks like the ghost of the great American author and patriot picked up a pencil once again to comment on his own biography!



Noah Webster's Early American History
Title Noah Webster's Early American History PDF eBook
Author Www Jacobabbott Com
Publisher Xulon Press
Pages 426
Release 2006-03
Genre History
ISBN 1597811351

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Noah Webster's Reading Handbook
Title Noah Webster's Reading Handbook PDF eBook
Author Darrel A. Trulson
Publisher Christian Liberty Press
Pages 148
Release 1993
Genre Juvenile Nonfiction
ISBN 9781930092242

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This historic text has been updated. The blends and words in this reader are arranged to correlate with the sequence in which the special phonics sounds are taught. This reader is an invaluable teaching tool for children who need extra practice in the application of phonics rules.



The Learning of Liberty
Title The Learning of Liberty PDF eBook
Author Lorraine Smith Pangle
Publisher Lawrence, KS : University Press of Kansas
Pages 370
Release 1993
Genre Education
ISBN

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"This very important book is original, sweeping, and wise about the relation between education and liberal democracy in the United States. The Pangles reconsider superior ideas from the founding period in a way that illuminates any serious thinking on American education, whether policy-oriented or historical". -- American Political Science Review. "An important and thoughtful book, stimulating for citizens as well as scholars". -- Journal of American History.