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"The Teachers' and Parents' Assistant: Thirteen Lessons Conveying to Uninformed Minds the First Ideas of God and His Attributes" by An American Jewess, 1845

"The Teachers' and Parents' Assistant: Thirteen Lessons Conveying to Uninformed Minds the First Ideas of God and His Attributes" by An American Jewess, 1845

The Teachers' and Parents' Assistant: Thirteen Lessons Conveying to Uninformed Minds the First Ideas of God and His Attributes, by An American Jewess, Philadelphia: C. Sherman, Printer. 5605 (The equivalent secular year is 1845). Written by an anonymous "American Jewess," most likely a young instructor at Rebecca Gratz's Hebrew Sunday School, The Assistant was intended to aid Jewish mothers and teachers in conveying the concept of God to their children.

Institution: U.S. Library of Congress, Rare Book and Special Collections Division.

Date / time
1845
Institution
U.S. Library of Congress, Rare Book and Special Collections Division

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