1814 Hebrew Bible
An original page from the 1814 Hebrew Bible
Philadelphia: Thomas Dobson, 1814
The first book printed in the Hebrew language in America was an edition of the Psalms, edited by Professor Francis Hare, issued by the press of Harvard College in 1809. In 1810 a prospectus with sample pages for an octavo Hebrew Bible was distributed by Mills Day of New Haven, Connecticut, but the project failed. The first Hebrew Bible to be published in America was that of Thomas Dobson, printed by William Fry in Philadelphia. Random leaf selection from our personal collection Accompanied with - Certificate of Authenticity from the Christian Heritage Museum
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