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12 titles with subject: Southern States -- Juvenile literature.

  • Chaudron's Spelling Book, Carefully Prepared for Family and School Use. A. de V. Chaudron (Adelaide de Vendel)


  • The Child's First Book. William A. Campbell, 19th cent. and William R. J. Dunn


  • The Confederate First Reader: Containing Selections in Prose and Poetry, as Reading Exercises for the Younger Children in the Schools and Families of the Confederate States. R. M. Smith (Richard McAllister), 1819-1870


  • The Dixie Primer, for the Little Folks. Marinda Branson Moore, 1829-1864


  • The First Reader, for Southern Schools. No Author


  • The Geographical Reader, for the Dixie Children. Marinda Branson Moore, 1829-1864


  • A Geography for Beginners. Rev. K. J. Stewart (Kensey Johns)


  • Our Own Primary Grammar for the Use of Beginners. Charles W. Smythe (Charles Winslow), 1829-1865?


  • Our Own Third Reader: for the Use of Schools and Families. Richard Sterling, 1812-1883 and J. D. Campbell (James D.)


  • The Scholar's Spelling Assistant; Wherein the Words Are Arranged on an Improved Plan, According to Their Respective Principles of Accentuation. In a Manner Calculated to Familiarize the Art of Spelling and Pronunciation, to Remove Difficulties, and to Facilitate General Improvement Intended for the Use of Schools and Private Tuition. Thomas Carpenter Master of the Academy, Barking, Essex


  • The Standard Speller; Containing Exercises for Oral Spelling; Also, Sentences for Silent Spelling by Writing from Dictation, in Which the Representative Words and the Anomalous Words of the English Language are so Classified as to Indicate Their Pronunciation, and to be Fixed in the Memory by Association. Epes Sargent, 1813-1880


  • The Third Reader, Designed for the Use of Primary Schools. A. de V. Chaudron (Adelaide de Vendel)