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of the English Language (fourth edition, 2000), p. 1917. The Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin at Project Gutenberg. The American Heritage Dictionary of
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The Bourgeois Virtues (2006) p. 164 Franklin, Benjamin. "The Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin: Chapter Eight". earlyamerica.com. Kurtus, Ron (7 February
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Stratford, Tavistock, and Voorhees." Franklin, Benjamin. "The Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin". Project Gutenberg. Retrieved 22 October 2012. "Archived
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http://www.jstor.org/stable/40857360. Franklin, Benjamin (2003). The Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin. Yale University Press. ISBN 9780300098587. Diel, Lori Boornazian
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1809, based in part on the ethical program described in the autobiography of Benjamin Franklin. Levin died in Tarnopol in 1826. Among his writings are:
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1538-1812 Graeme Park People: Sir William Keith B. Franklin. The Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin. Eds. L.W. Labaree, R.L. Ketcham, H.C. Boatfield. Yale Nota
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Sustainability). [1] Frank Woodworth Pine, ed. (1916). The Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin. "Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin, Part 2". Ebbinghaus
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GE, and other industrial conventions. His recording of The Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin (Audio Partners) was selected as one of the top audiotapes
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1809, based in part on the ethical program described in the autobiography of Benjamin Franklin. One form of literature in the Hasidic movement were tracts
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for medical school. According to his own account, he read the autobiography of Benjamin Franklin while in school and tried to imitate Franklin's approach
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for medical school. According to his own account, he read the autobiography of Benjamin Franklin while in school and tried to imitate Franklin's approach
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2013. Leonard Woods Labaree, Edmund Sears Morgan, eds. The Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin, "Biographical Notes", s.v. "Whitmarsh, Thomas". Journalism
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New York: Basic Books. (pdf) Franklin, B. (1771), p. 18. The Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin. Ushistory.org von, H. W., & Trivers, R. (January 1, 2011)
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Pine wrote in his introduction of the 1916 publication of The Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin, that Franklin's biography provided the "most remarkable
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Wayback Machine Retrieved June 25, 2012. Benjamin Franklin, The Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin, Chapter 16. Braddock's Expedition Archived December 3,
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skiving", New Statesman, 30 August 2004 Benjamin Franklin, "The Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin" Thomas Wright, Customs of the Working Classes Peter Clark
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also met a successful salesman and took his advice to read the Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin. A light went on in his mind when he realized that Franklin's
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by Victor Massé. Laboulaye also translated into French the autobiography of Benjamin Franklin and the works of Unitarian theologian William Ellery Channing
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have traced its use in American literature ranging from the Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin, to Mark Twain's The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn (1884)
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Written By Himself, And Now Translated From The French (The Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin). London: Printed for J. Parsons, no. 21, Pater-Noster Row
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Fothergill's sign DeLacy 2007. Chisholm 1911, p. 733. The Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin[full citation needed] Coats 1992, "Clematis" cites Lettsom
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Nicolson. pp. 315–316. ISBN 0-304-35730-8. Benjamin Franklin, The Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin: Penn Reading Project Edition, ed. by Nathan G. Goodman
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University of Tennessee. 2 August 2013. Retrieved 19 May 2014. "The Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin - Chapter 4". Earlyamerica.com. 27 February 2007. Retrieved
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Mr. George Whitefield. 1770" Franklin, Benjamin (1888). The Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin. Houghton, Mifflin and Company. p. 135. Hoffer, Peter Charles
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and Atmospheric Administration. Retrieved March 10, 2014. The Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin, Second Edition. Yale University Press, 1964. pp.209-210
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Wales to the United States in 1855 after he was inspired by the autobiography of Benjamin Franklin. David became a Baptist preacher in Glens Falls, New York
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Basque Country Working Paper. Parrington, Vernon Louis. The Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin. Pokrovskii, Vladimir (2011). Econodynamics. The Theory
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Nicolson. pp. 315–316. ISBN 0-304-35730-8. Benjamin Franklin, The Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin: Penn Reading Project Edition, ed. by Nathan G. Goodman
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first initiating and sustaining cause of the universe.” The Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin from earlyamerica.com Carpenter, Alexander (2008), "Martin
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Kentucky, 1999; pp. 25-56. ISBN 0813133394 Benjamin Franklin, The Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin, Section Fourty Eight Zeisberger, David. "The Diaries of
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(help)CS1 maint: unfit url (link) Franklin, Benjamin. "The Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin". Project Gutenberg. Retrieved 21 February 2018. Mee, Arthur;