Early Printing in Pittsburgh, 1786-1856: Notes
Brackenridge, Gazette Publications (Carlisle, Pa.: 1806), 7.
perhaps the most celebrated of early American presses, a small wooden hand
machine fashioned by Adam Ramage. See J. Cutler Andrews, Pittsburgh's
Post-Gazette: The First Newspaper West of the Alleghenies
(Boston: 1936), 2.
Rollo G. Silver,
The American Printer (Charlottesville, Va.: 1967), 142.
McMurtrie, A History of Printing in the United States,
4 vols. (New York: 1936), Vol. II, 88. This pamphlet sold for a half-dollar.
himself on the bluff that overlooks the Monongahela River (in the area
of present-day Duquesne University). The hill subsequently became known
as Boyd's Hill.
History of Printing in the United States, Vol . II, 92.
Evelyn C. Edie, "A
Checklist of Pittsburgh Imprints From 1821 through 1840, With A Historical
Introduction" (unpublished diss., Catholic University of America, 1955), 19.
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