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BibSite is an open-access platform for scholars, teachers, researchers, and students of bibliography in the broadest sense of the term. A project of the Bibliographical Society of America (BSA), BibSite is a hosting and discovery tool providing access to accumulated published and unpublished bibliographical videos, slide decks, conference papers, syllabi, and datasets from across the world wide web. Managed by the BibSite Editorial Group, BibSite's crowdsourced contributions and their metadata bring together siloed resources for the study and teaching of bibliography. + Read More

<em>The Royal primer, or, An easy and p[l]easant guide to the art of reading : Authorized by His Majesty King George II.</em>, 1770. Princeton University Library.
The Royal primer, or, An easy and p[l]easant guide to the art of reading : Authorized by His Majesty King George II., 1770. Princeton University Library.
Montes de Oca, J. (cartographer / cartógrafo). <em>Mapa de Cerro del Tepeyac, sitio de el milagro de la Virgen de Guadalupe.</em> University of Texas Libraries Collections. ca. 1720s.
Montes de Oca, J. (cartographer / cartógrafo). Mapa de Cerro del Tepeyac, sitio de el milagro de la Virgen de Guadalupe. University of Texas Libraries Collections. ca. 1720s.

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