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Emersonís First Part.

THE

NORTH AMERICAN

ARITHMETIC.

PART FIRST,

FOR

YOUNG LEARNERS.


BY FREDERICK EMERSON,
LATE PRINCIPAL IN THE DEPARTMENT OF ARITHMETIC,
BOYLSTON SCHOOL, BOSTON.

BOSTON:
JENKS AND PALMER.

1841.

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Early 19th century arithmetic books taught addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division often using problems drawn from every day life. Many times these arithmetic books taught morality as well. On page 20 of this book (to see click on the Select a page menu above) the author teaches a lesson in Temperance (or abstinence from drinking alcohol) in a subtraction problem. Many schoolbook authors were ministers or other people involved in the social reform movements of the day such as Temperance and Abolition.

 

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"The North American Arithmetic. Part First for Young Learners"

publisher   Jenks and Palmer
author   Frederick Emerson (1788-1857)
date   1841
location   Boston, Massachusetts
height   6.0"
width   4.5"
process/materials   printed paper, ink
item type   Books/Textbook / Schoolbooks
accession #   #L00.012


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