Jeremiah Dummer, colonial craftsman & merchant, 1645-1718 by Hermann Frederick Clarke

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  • Dummer, Jeremiah, 1645-1718.,
  • Silverwork -- Massachusetts.

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Statement[by] Hermann Frederick Clarke and Henry Wilder Foote; with a foreword by E. Alfred Jones.
ContributionsFoote, Henry Wilder, 1875-1964, joint author.
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LC ClassificationsNK7198.D8 C5
The Physical Object
Paginationxviii, [1], 208, [1] p.
Number of Pages208
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Open LibraryOL6334193M
LC Control Number36005502
OCLC/WorldCa3980702

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Dummer, Jeremiah, –, early American silversmith and engraver, b. Newbury, Mass. He was apprenticed () to John Hull and set up as a silversmith in Boston c He held several public offices, was known as a merchant, and engraved plates for currency (in he printed the first paper money in Connecticut).

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Clarke and Henry W. Foote, Jeremiah Dummer Colonial Crafts-man and Merchant (Cambridge, Mass., I), [I]-2o8. DIARY OF JEREMIAH DUMMER ity, young Dummer went through Ezekiel Cheever's Latin. Background and early life.

Jeremiah Dummer's family history can be traced back to the Dummer village in England in the 12th century. [1] Dummer's grandfather, Richard Dummer, was the first in the family to settle in New England, in Newbury, Massachusetts in Richard had five children in Newbury by his second wife, Francis Burr Dummer.

[2] Richard's son, Jeremiah Dummer, Sr., [3] was a. Hermann F. Clarke and Henry W. Foote, “Jeremiah Dummer, Colonial Craftsman & Merchant: –” (New York: Da Capo Press, ) no David A.

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34, ill. Kathryn C. Buhler and Graham Hood, American Silver in the Yale University Art Gallery, 2 vols. Jeremiah Dummer. c, was colonial agent for Massachusetts and Connecticut, born in Boston; son of Jeremiah Dummer ().

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