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The Life of a Colonial Printer - Sandra J. Hiller


Printers played a major role in the American Revolution. They risked their careers and freedom for printing seditious ideas in their newspapers. Readers will discover how the printing press worked and



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The Life of a Colonial Printer - Sandra J. Hiller


Printers played a major role in the American Revolution. They risked their careers and freedom for printing seditious ideas in their newspapers. Readers will discover how the printing press worked and