Reading on the Middle Border: The Culture of Print in Late Nineteenth-century Osage, Iowa
Univ of Massachusetts Press, 2001 - 265页
This work investigates the use of print during the 19th century, the growth of which helped to make reading an essential part of America's daily routine. Christine Pawley examines the use of print by ordinary Americans in the small rural community of Osage, Iowa.
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